Bible Center
Bible Center

The Oasis Project, the community and economic development division of Bible Center, seeks to create Oases—places of peace, safety and happiness in the midst of trouble and difficulty.

Bible Center has served the Homewood community since 1956. The Oasis Project was developed as the community outreach and economic arm of Bible Center in 2011. The Oasis Project designs youth programs, builds businesses, creates jobs, and adaptively reuses vacant and abandoned property to empower people and transform the community. The work focuses on three interconnected areas: Educational Initiatives, Social Enterprises, and Capacity Building.

The Maker’s Clubhouse, our primary educational initiative, works to positively transform the life outcomes for children in Homewood through school day and after school programming particularly at Pittsburgh Faison.

Bible Center’s Oasis Project serves organizations and people of all ages. The Maker’s Clubhouse in particular serves K-5th grade students in the Homewood community.

Bible Center’s Oasis Project was last modified: November 30th, 2016 by The Sprout Fund