West Heights UMC partners with Wichita Habitat for Humanity to help deserving, low-income families build and purchase affordable housing. Stability and self-reliance. Healthy, happy families. That is the result of what Habitat does. After purchasing their home, families tell how their lives are changed: kids, no longer crowded into bedrooms, space to study and their grades improve; the home’s dining room provides a place for everyone to share about their day and become closer; families start savings accounts; children graduate from high school, attend college and become homeowners themselves. To serve, no skills are required - just a compassionate heart and a willingness to learn! Our teams have hung outdoor siding, installed roofing and drywall, painted and landscaped, all with the help of skilled Habitat construction staff. To learn more about this program, please click here. If you have questions about this mission program and would like more information, please click here - we will get back with you soon!
Upcoming Opportunities To Serve
Wichita Habitat for Humanity builds generally occur from March through November each year. Please click here to see what service opportunities are coming up soon!
What a Typical Build Day Looks like
This document will help explain what a typically day looks like onsite at a Wichita Habitat for Humanity build.
Where We Serve
We serve wherever the construction is located, which could be anywhere in the Wichita area. You will be provided directions on where to meet your West Heights build team.
Would you like to see people in action serving God through Wichita Habitat for Humanity? Check it out below!
2 people invested 15 man-hours helping a family of 7 from the Congo to realize their dream of owning a home. Work involved interior painting and a lot of fun!
4 people served 22 hours helping Kristy, the future homeowner, remodel an existing Habitat house that was a foreclosure. Kristy and her two children are excited to move into their new home in May!
3 people served 13 hours cleaning a garage and installing trim around doors for the Perez-Hernandez family.