Members of the Trinity Evangelical United Methodist Church congregation stand in front of the mock frame of a house in front of the church on Malabar Drive in Upper Sandusky. The church is partnering with Crossroads Mission in Louisville, Ky., on a project to benefit a Habitat for Humanity family. On Saturday, church members and other volunteers will be framing the walls of a home for a Marion family. “We are framing a four-bedroom house, the largest house that Marion Habitat for Humanity has ever done,” the Rev. Jim Stauffer said. Community members are invited to come help with the project, which will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday. The framed walls will be transported by semi-trailer Sunday to the site in Marion, where the house will be completed by Habitat for Humanity volunteers.