Four months ago, Jody Thorton (owner of JJ’s Grill) & Scott Page (Community Pastor at Fellowship Bible Church) sat across the table from each other with the shared desire to help meet the needs of the under-resourced in our community.

The dreamed of a way to freely collect & redistribute needed staple items to local shelters and the initiatives currently associated with operations at Cobblestone Project.  A few months later we caught up with them standing in that very place.

Joshua Segraves kicked off our initial Community DC initiative based on a Green Room conversation…

read that story…

This is part of the “Connect” part of our mission statement…

Shared at the Green Room in December,

This is a place for…

For more information on how to get involved in the Cobblestone Project D.C., please visit the DC Initiative page.

Photograph’s courtesy of ServiamPhotography.com