JUBILEE'S CORE VALUES
Food Security *
Shelter * Access to clean water * Health * Self-worth
Spiritual development of people is the foundation of all Jubilees’ work
The main target population of Jubilee’s work is.
In the name of Jesus Christ, helping the people of our region meet their spiritual, economic, social and physical needs.
Jubilee Project welcomes Pastor Allen Karnes as our new Director
|| Jubilee Project was begun by
United Methodists in 1991, and it has expanded to
include many others,
joining together to help people in the name of Jesus Christ, by helping them meet their spiritual,
economic, social and physical needs.
Jubilee Project's Vision is "to assist in the empowerment of people in Hancock County Tennessee,
(especially those with the greatest needs), through enhancement of self-worth, abilities and opportunities.
We do this as an inclusive, community-based organization initiated and guided by Christian values and
relationships."* Jubilee Project is open to everyone, regardless of religion, faith, creed, gender or race.
Are you interested in learning more about Jubilee Project? Please call or email us -- our contact information
is listed below. We welcome visits from individuals and tour groups.
Jubilee Project is thankful to have so many dedicated mission partners, without whom our work could
not continue. Like many non-profits, we are experiencing some financial hardships. Please prayerfully
consider becoming one of Jubilee's mission partners, or renewing your commitment to our work in
East Tennessee. Please click here to visit our needs page to learn how you can help Jubilee Project.
Visit the new Mission Staff Page to learn about more of the people behind Jubilee Project!
Ok it's that time again please call or email to sign-up and save a date for workcamps in 2013 we are taking dates now.