Mission Jamaica: A vacation with a purpose
“Jesus said to them again, Peace be with you. As the Father sent me, So I send you.” John 20:21
A Mission Jamaica trip combines a service project with time for reflection and spiritual rest. It allows a person to experience an international mission field that is close to home, yet far enough away to immerse into another culture for a week. Mission Jamaica provides a way for us to love and serve our neighbor as Jesus taught us through his love and service to others. Jesus said, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength. You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” Mark 12:30-31
REGISTER FOR THE UPCOMING MISSION JAMAICA SEASON!
Please register online for the 2019 Mission Jamaica season. You will need to have your insurance and passport information handy. If your passport is pending, please enter “pending” in the appropriate field. Please note that everyone will need to have a separate registration, although you are able to register for multiple weeks at one time. You may register as “GUEST” instead of creating a log in. Not sure which trip/week your church is going? 2019 Trip Schedule
There are a variety of sites in both Kingston and Montego Bay areas. Click the colored buttons below to learn more about the Mission Jamaica sites.
Large and small group devotions and worship will occur at the beginning and end of each day. They will include opportunities for discussing and reflecting on our experiences in Jamaica. They will also include the faith celebrations and challenges that we discover living as an intentional Christian community there.
Sign up by September 30 for the upcoming Mission Jamaica Trips. A non-refundable deposit of $150/person is required by October 1st or you may lose your spot! A $550/person deposit is due 90 days prior to travel followed by the final balance/person due 60 days prior to travel. Mission trip prices are based on the value of the dollar and the cost of airfare. Prices are subject to change without notice.
People are friendly, English is the national language (with dialect adjustment), poverty is real and evident, whites are a minority race, safety concerns are similar to those in a large US metropolitan center.
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