Weatherization And Repair Ministry (WARM) is a project very near and
dear to the heart of Lyttleton Street UMC. In
response to the devastation wrought by Hurricane Hugo in 1989, we launched a project to help repair the damage caused by the storm. The
project was spurred on by the Youth of Lyttleton Street UMC at the time. In 2001, we partnered with three local
United Methodist churches to bolster our efforts across Kershaw County. The partnership was a success as 15 homes were repaired in
just two days. Additional churches have since joined the effort, and WARM
continues to be a success as it also continues to grow.
Jobs performed at WARM include, but are not limited to: floor repair, window/pane putty repair, shingling, access ramp construction, siding replacement, plumbing fixes, and insulation. If you would like more information about WARM, please contact the church office.