Be a part of sharing gospel grace across the world with sustainable projects that meet the pressing needs of our ministry partners and the people they serve. We invite you to prayerfully consider joining a team to participate in the spirit-empowered work of Jesus.
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Be a part of planting churches and reaching people with the gospel in a strategic Caribbean Island. You’ll get to meet and fellowship with the engaging, spirited people of this Caribbean Island as you’re welcomed into their homes.
Make a difference in the lives of 100 children and their families through a 1-week English day camp in an Arabic and French speaking capital city where English is in high demand. We will experience culture and ancient history while serving alongside SERGE missionaries to share the love of Christ in a fun-filled, action-packing English immersion camp.
A team from our church will be traveling to Romania to extend mercy to disadvantaged families and disabled orphans alongside Romanian Christian Enterprises. Our team will complete home repairs and facilitate activities for handicapped orphans. We will learn from RCE’s ministry model what it means for Christians and the Church to engage in holistic mercy ministry.
Minister directly to people living in the Kibera slum, an area with upwards of 250,000 people living within 1 square mile, with little or no access to electricity or running water. No special skills or experience are necessary (however we’re always in need of medical professionals). You’ll travel and minister alongside physicians and nurses as we hold simple medical clinics to treat and pray for the people of Kibera.
Each summer, a team of students head to Scotland to help run two separate week-long outreach day camps with Young Life, sharing the gospel with high school aged students.
This July, rising 9th – 12th graders will be traveling to McDowell County, West Virginia to respond to the gospel of Jesus Christ by serving individuals in need, joining the work of of a local ministry called Panther Christian Outreach.
Each summer, a group of rising 8th and 9th graders “jump” across the Potomac River for a chance to share grace with people in-need at various service organizations in Washington, D.C.