Adult Mission Trips


Fall 2019 Mission Trip

This year we are planning to offer a fall mission trip to assist fellow Floridians in rebuilding their homes and lives after surviving Hurricane Irma. All skill and experience levels are welcome. The costs will be minimal, as we will be staying on cots in a church, preparing our own meals and will not have any construction fees. Teams will work Monday – Friday. The Conference Disaster response office will likely deploy us in Southwest Florida, perhaps in Immokalee or Everglades City, Nov. 10-16, 2019.

Our next planning meeting is from 6–7:30 p.m. Oct. 14 in Knox Hall Room 150. RSVP here.

Volunteer Forms:

Make your payment for the mission trip here.

Questions? Contact Vicki Walker by email or phone, 813.253.5388.

Cuba Mission Trip

Mission trips to Cuba through United Methodist Volunteers in Mission (UMVIM) are assigned by the Bishop of the Methodist Church in Cuba based on the needs of the people and its churches.

Click here to email Drema Muller, church liaison, for more information about the next Cuba Mission Trip.

South Africa Mission Trip

Our mission trips to South Africa are in partnership with the South Africa Initiative, a multidimensional program designed to offer the opportunity to experience the fears, hurts, needs and hopes of the disadvantaged in South Africa.

Click here to email Sita Monti, church liaison, for more information about the next mission trip to South Africa.

Nicaragua Mission Trip

While we have enjoyed a long and meaningful partnership with El Ayudante in Nicaragua, due to the civil unrest there, we are not planning a church-sponsored mission trip there this year. Please keep the people of Nicaragua, and especially the staff of El Ayudante, in your prayers.

There is still an opportunity to serve with El Ayudante if you are interested in going on your own. El Ayudante is offering trips June 29 – July 6, 2019 and July 6 – July 13, 2019. If you are interested, please register directly with them.

Please Note: The US State Department continues to urge caution and vigilance for anyone traveling to Nicaragua. Read their latest Travel Advisory.

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