February 29, 2024
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Mission trips are designed for all ages and especially for families to travel together. The recommended minimum age for travelers is usually 12 with a parent, but often younger children are welcome. For all of our trips, we go as a learner, to build a deeper relationship with our mission partner, and to bring the love and encouragement of Jesus Christ.
June 6-13, 2024 – Only a few spots left!
Travel to Puerto Misahualli Ecuador, a small town on the edge of the Amazon jungle to work with our mission partner Jungle Kids for Christ. The focus of this trip is working at a local Christian school with the students in the classroom, running an afternoon basketball clinic, and helping with campus construction. You will also get a chance to do a VBS program for a community deeper in the jungle! Learn more about Jungle Kids for Christ.
Monthly trip planning and educational meetings will begin in January 2023. Attendance is important for team bonding and preparation for the trip. Day and time of meetings will be determined by group.
July 13-20, 2024 – Open Spots Available
A trip to Faithful Servant Missions centers on work with the families and children of Nicaraguan refugees and immigrants. Your time will focus on building relationships through VBS, sports clinics, and youth programs. Home visits are a special treat as they allow participants to get to know a community member well. This is great trip for first time mission travelers! Learn more about Faithful Servant Missions.
Monthly trip planning and educational meetings will begin in January 2024. Attendance is important for team bonding and preparation for the trip. Day and time of meetings will be determined by group.
October 16-23, 2024 – Open Spots Available
Travel to Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic to work with our mission partner, Mission of Hope. Large communities of Haitian people have moved to the Dominican Republic in hopes of a better life, but they have instead been met with significant challenges. The primary focus of this trip is to provide a mobile medical clinic to Haitian refugee communities. But we also need non-medical people to provide support as well as work with kids and families! Learn more about Mission of Hope.
Monthly trip planning and educational meetings will begin in June 2024. Attendance is important for team bonding and preparation for the trip. Day and time of meetings will be determined by group.
Detailed information will be covered at the first trip meeting but please contact Paul Carr with questions or concerns.
March 15-21 – Registration opening summer 2024
Ready for a life-changing adventure? Traveling with Filter of Hope is part humanitarian project and part mission trip. You can bring clean drinking water and the gospel to families in desperate need of both. Our group will be working with a local church in Havana, Cuba to distribute water filters and share the gospel with the local community. Each filter provides 250 gallons of clean water a day for 10 years. This trip includes a day of tourism. Costs are estimated until flights are purchased.
If you are interested in attending this mission trip, please contact Kristen Harris so we can begin planning for how many people we will need to accommodate.
June 23-July 3 – Registration opening late summer
A Zoe trip is not about going and doing something. It’s about learning and building relationship. You will visit with and learn from young people who are engaged in each stage of the Zoe Empowers program. You will see and experience how the Zoe Empowers model is changing lives socially, economically, and spiritually. This trip includes a safari and a day of tourism. Costs are estimated until flights are purchased. Learn more about Zoe Empowers.
Registration coming summer of 2024.
If you’re interested in leading this trip, please contact Mignon Fowler, Director of Missions & Outreach. All leaders receive a 50% discount.