The Youth Department coordinates three mission activities during the summers.
Applications will be posted online as needed.
The InCity Mission is for students to help various charity organizations and individuals in need in our church. Non-profit groups that we have worked with include Hannah House, Harvest Hope Food Bank and Laurel Crest. While providing an introductory experience in mission work, we encourage the kids to help those in need in their own communities. InCity is a week-long mission for Middle School students. The activities take place during the day, and students return home in the evenings. Beginning in 2008, we also now have various ServeCola projects throughout the school year for Middle and High school students. These are on Saturdays, usually in the mornings.
June 5 - 8
Grades 6th - 8th
High school students are able to participate in a mission trip somewhere in the United States. Past trips have included New Orleans, Louisiana, the Appalachian Mountains and Tunica, Mississippi. These are a step up from the local missions and usually consist of a week of service. Usually we provide some manual labor for the community we are visiting as well as mission work such as Vacation Bible School.
Grades 9th - 12th
Grades 8th - 10th
Contact the youth office if you want to register.
Our Overseas Missions are geared towards 11th and 12th grade students and those who have just graduated from high school. In past years we have joined the ARP Missions groups to Wales and worked with HUG in Haiti. There we help with local Vacation Bible School programs as well as outreach to the community through "coffee houses" and sports. These trips normally last about 10 days.
This page last updated June 6, 2017