Representing the Kingdom of God to the mobility-impaired The mission of EmmanuWheel is to provide wheelchair ramps to mobility-impaired individuals who cannot afford the cost of the ramps. By addressing the specific needs of mobility-impaired individuals, it is the intention of EmmanuWheel to share the love of Christ in a practical way. EmmanuWheel hopes to create a lasting improvement in their lives.
If you have questions or if you need additional information, please email us at email@example.com or call us at 803-606-7551.
Thank you to our founder, Jeff Kerby
The EmmanuWheel Board of Directors would like to thank Jeff Kerby for seven years of extraordinary service with the EmmanuWheel ministry. We would not exist without his vision, drive, determination and tireless employment of many talents that helped get this ministry off of the ground from inception, to infancy, to a steady, thriving ministry today providing between 40-50 ramps per year to mobility-impaired individuals who cannot afford to provide proper access to their dwellings. This is truly a spiritual work of the Lord. Jeff has certainly paid-forward many “cups of water in the name of Jesus”, both figuratively and literally. We only pray that we can continue this legacy in a manner worthy of half of his energy. May God continue to bless him and his family as he moves to a different state and furthers his military career.
Mt. Horeb UMC's team builds a ramp for 8-year-old Ariana.
The Lord provided the Mt. Horeb UMC ramp building team with cloud cover and temperatures allowing them to finish His work for Ms. M. in good time and in good condition.
Lexington Church of Christ builds a ramp for Mr. B.
Kittiwake Baptist Church builds a ramp for Mr. and Mrs. I ! Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us. Ephesians 3:20
We pray for Ms. W. who was hospitalized the night before Mt. Horeb UMC's team built a ramp for her. She will have God's gift to look forward to when she gets home.
Thank you, Mt. Horeb UMC ramp building team! Your efforts will relieve Ms. M's family of the strenuous and sometimes risky handling involved in getting Ms. M. in and out of her home.
Lexington Church of Christ ramp building team constructs a ramp for Mr. W.!
The Mt. Horeb UMC team had a huuuuuuuge turnout and a perfect day to build two ramps for Ms. V. Ms. V. is legally blind and physically disabled. Her need for safe access to her home was very real.
The Lexington Church of Christ Senior Team returned to Mr. M's home to build a ramp allowing access to his home in his new motorized wheelchair!
The Lexington Church of Christ senior team is a gift to this community! They built a ramp specially designed for Mr. M.
For Siera's senior project, she was joined by her family and the Lexington Church of Christ to build a ramp for Mrs. L!
God gave the Mt. Horeb UMC ramp building team a great South Carolina March day to construct a ramp for Mrs D. The team, with help from Mrs. D's family, finished the project in record time!
The Mt. Horeb UMC ramp team built a ramp for Ms. C and enjoyed some fellowship and food! Two team members brought Ms. C a Gideon Bible and some handmade Valentines.
Thanks to the Lexington Church of Christ senior team, Mrs. M can now enter and exit her home safely for doctor visits!
The Lexington Church of Christ Senior Team built handrails so that Mr. E. can enter and exit his home.
The Mt. Horeb UMC team had a perfect day for building Mr. M.'s ramp.
The Mt. Horeb UMC team set a goal of building a ramp for Ms. H. to get her home in time for the holidays. She could not leave rehabilitation until she had safe access to her home. Despite record low temperatures, a record turnout from the team completed the ramp in under 8 hours!
The Mt. Horeb UMC team was graced with a beautiful fall day as they built a ramp for Mr. A.
God blessed this day, then Mr. J. and his granddaughter closed the day with a prayer of gratitude thanking God for His many blessings. In Thanksgiving for the Mt. Horeb UMC ramp building team.
What a gift! Lexington Church of Christ builds a ramp for Ms. J!
With God supervising, Mrs. M. was able to enjoy the sunshine with the volunteers from the Mt. Horeb UMC ramp building team for the first time in many months!
We will miss you, Ken and Donna Bickel!
We would like to thank our friend, brother in Christ, and team leader, Ken Bickel for 6 years of service to EmmanuWheel. He helped lead the Mt. Horeb UMC team through some tough times after the passing of team leader, Ed Hartung. He looked to the vast ocean of talent, interest, and dedication within Mt. Horeb community and did whatever he could to ensure that the success of the team continued. Under his leadership, this team has become EmmanuWheel's most successful and prolific team. Ken captured the essence of this ministry, extending it to well beyond the need for a wheel chair ramp. He knows his clients. He loves his clients. He brings his clients Thanksgiving meals. He makes sure that his clients have a Christmas to celebrate.
WE wish him all the best in Greenville, SC. and look forward to staying in touch...
- EmmanuWheel Board of Directors
Thanks be to God for this opportunity to serve young Luis. The Mt. Horeb EmmanuWheel team is pleased to have the prayers and support that allow us to build ramps like this one.
Mt. Horeb UMC builds a ramp for Mr. and Mrs. E! We thank God for the opportunity to serve them.
RADIUS Church Lexington, RADIUS Church Saluda, and Saluda Baptist Church with the students from Serve Saluda build ramps for Ms. M. and Mr. S. in a joint project. Each ramp gave these wonderful people a chance to love each home owner :-) .
A warm day and lots of warm hearts! Thank you Mt. Horeb UMC volunteers for building a ramp for Mr. C.
The Mt. Horeb UMC ramp team celebrated God's glory AND Memorial Day under bright Carolina sunshine while building a wheelchair ramp for Ms. C. Without the help of many who work on the ramps and many others who work behind the scenes, this ministry would not be possible. Thank you all.
Mt. Horeb UMC had a beautiful spring day to build a wheelchair ramp for Mr. and Mrs. F! Special thanks to the volunteers who came out to build the ramp and to God, who deserves all the glory.
Mr. R could not come home from the hospital until a ramp was built. Thank you, Lexington Church of Christ Senior Group for being there!
The Lexington Church of Christ Senior Group builds a ramp for Mrs. M!
Thanks to God for the helping hands from Mt. Horeb UMC who volunteered to build a ramp for Mr. and Mrs. H. The team worked with their son to design and build a ramp that fits inside of the garage!
The Lord blessed the team with sunny skies as Mt. Horeb completed a ramp for Mr. F. !
Mt. Horeb builds a ramp for Mr. P! Thank you to the Richland/Lexington County Special Needs Board for the opportunity to meet this wonderful family. Above all, we thank God for His blessings on this family, the volunteers, and this ministry.
The Senior Group from Lexington Church of Christ does some much needed repairs to Mr. M's unstable ramp. Now, he can safely get to dialysis three times per week.
Mt. Horeb volunteers brave the very cold weather to build a ramp for Ms. W. Their hard work and dedication to this ministry and the Christian love they extend to our clients is overwhelming.
Thank you to the Mt. Horeb ramp team - a great group of volunteers who braved the early morning cold temperatures and completed a ramp for Ms. Q in record time!
We are so grateful to the SC Chapter of Blue Iron! This group held a raffle for a quilt and raised $2000. for EmmanuWheel. The check was presented to EmmanuWheel at Lexington Church of Christ.
The Lexington Church of Christ Senior Group builds a ramp for Ms. S!
Mt. Horeb UMC builds a ramp for Mr. C!
This wonderful ramp was built for Ms. B. by Sheild-THRILL (Teen Homeschoolers Radically Impacting Lexington County Lives) !
This group of teens is working towards Presidential awards for community service. They were blessed by this experience, and said that it was great to have their dads get involved in the project with them!
Lexington Church of Christ builds a ramp for Mr. C!
A Halloween ramp build by Mt. Horeb allows Mrs. E. to return to her home!
A talented Mt. Horeb team builds a ramp for Ms. C.
Kittiwake Baptist Church and friends worked in the rain to help Mrs. H. build all 40 feet of her ramp!
The Mt. Horeb team braved the weather and completed a ramp for Ms. B. A light misty rain was followed by some sunshine. The Holy Spirit was indeed with the team as they worked all day to finish the ramp.
An Honor for an EmmanuWheel Volunteer!
Joe Pinkham from Mt. Horeb UMC was surprised by a WIS TV crew who came to present him with an award. Joe was honored with the WIS Community Builders Award, along with a $1000 check from Mungo Homes towards the EmmanuWheel Ramp Ministry.