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Go on a Mission Trip

Why go on a mission trip? A mission trip is a chance to learn about mission work in other places, grow your heart for the lost and underprivileged, and to get hands on experience working to advance God’s kingdom. It’s hands-on opportunity to participate in the Great Commission.

Upcoming mission trip opportunities:

“I want to share my story!”

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MissionLab: New Orleans, Louisiana – July 6-9, 2021

We will partner with New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary to engage the people of New Orleans with the gospel. NOBTS believes that anyone can be a missionary, and New Orleans is the perfect training ground. The week includes dorm-style housing, meals, and times of worship and training with other mission teams around the country. We will be engaging children, international residents, and people in poverty with both physical needs and God’s Word. This is a great way to get a taste of mission work and learn about God’s work and people in other places.

This trip is open to students, adults, and families.

Deadline for sign-up has passed. Please pray for this year’s team!

Learn more about MissionLab: https://missionlab.com/

Mission trip team leader: Steve Suffron

Mexico Mission Trip: Chiapas, Mexico – July 24-31, 2021

The Mexico Mission Trip is an opportunity to serve the native people groups in Chiapas, Mexico.

We assist the local church body in building a church or home, conduct Medical/Dental campaign and Vacation Bible School outreach. Russell and Charlotte Linscombe have served over 20 years in Mexico and their ministry Mexico Outreach allows us to join the work God is doing in Chiapas. We invite you to experience being part of God's kingdom in Chiapas. As it always is with our Heavenly Father what you receive from this mission trip will far exceed what you give.

This trip is open to students and adults.

Deadline for sign-up has passed. Please pray for this year’s team!

Mission team leader: Sonja Rollins