Short term teams are sent to serve alongside 121’s partners and missionaries, and they are great opportunities to build relationships with these leaders, local believers, and teammates from 121.
Please fill out this Trip Interest Form or contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.Fill Out Interest Form
Steps to Going:
1. Pray and ask questions
2. Fill out the Trip Interest Form and apply for a trip
3. Pay the $250 Deposit
4. Apply for (or renew) your Passport for international trips
5. Commit to all team meetings and preparation
6. Build a Sending Team (for prayer and financial support)
Upcoming 121 Trips & Opportunities
Honduras Spring Break
March 7-12, 2020
Honduras is one of the poorest countries in Latin America and nearly two thirds of the nation's population lives below the poverty line. UNICEF estimates there are over 170,000 orphans in Honduras. Orphan Outreach ministers in Honduras by partnering with local orphanages, churches, and Christian schools for children in extreme poverty situations. The plan for this trip is to minister to teachers and staff of NiCo while putting on a camp for the students that attend NiCo. If you are interested, please contact Denise.email@example.com or fill out the trip interest form at the top of this page.
July 2-14, 2020
Partnering with Young Life in Ostrava to help lead a junior English camp of Middle School students ages 8-14.
The Czech Republic is the 2nd most atheistic country in Europe with over 55% of the Czech people professing to be atheists, and many more living as functional atheists. By teaching English, or leading a Workshop, we will have the unique opportunity to connect with and build relationships with many students who do not yet know Jesus. This year is a church wide trip, not just a student trip. If you are interested, please contact Denise.firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the trip interest form at the top of this page.
Honduras Middle School Families
July 11-18, 2020
NiCo is a comprehensive community based program located in the town of La Paz. The children attending NiCo come from families living in extreme poverty. They often only eat one meal a day (if that), do not have access to clear water, have no electricity, and no sewage infrastructure. NiCo seeks to help provide a quality education and support services for children and families who are in need. This trip is designed for 121 Middle School Families. If you are interested, please contact Denise.email@example.com or fill out the trip interest form at the top of this page.
Additional Opportunities with Partner Ministries
These trips are not led or organized by 121, but they are with trusted partners and would be a great investment!
IMB (International Mission Board)
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