Jesus left us with a final command to go into all the world and make disciples.
At Hope Community Church, our mission is to introduce members of our local faith community to how we are involved in furthering the Gospel, both foreign and stateside, and to support our partner missionaries in the field.
Through local outreach projects and purposeful missions trips, everyone has the opportunity to participate in taking the Gospel Far and Wide, and showing our communities how Hope Works.
June 16-24, 2023
We are heading back to Belgium and Continental Theological Seminary in 2023! Join us for a lot of fun and hard work partnering with missionaries John and Shawn Alderman. We will be working around the campus on repairs and renovations, and any ladies will be visiting Antwerp to work and serve at the Oasis Center an evening or two.
All expenses related to the trip will be included in your cost (airfare, lodging, food, transportation, and any excursion fees). We recommend that you have a current tetanus vaccination, and as of October 2022, you do not need to have a covid vaccination. You will need to have a passport that does not have an expiration date within six months of the end of our trip.
Cost and registration coming soon
September 23-30, 2023
Team Hope is going back to Guatemala to work with missionaries Kenny and Lacey Horton! In 2022, we worked with the Hortons and ChildHope on school buildings. In 2023, we will be going to ChildHope schools, doing Christmas programs and passing out Christmas presents!
The school year in Guatemala runs January through October. ChildHope sponsors pay for the education of a child, allowing children to go past the government-provided third grade level of education. Part of the sponsorship is providing a present for Christmas, as most of these children come from families that are not able to afford Christmas presents. Since the school year finishes in October, the programs must be done before then.
Anyone that is 16 years or older is eligible for this trip, and 14 year olds can come if a parent is with them. We recommend that you have a current tetanus vaccination due to the areas that we are traveling to, but no other vaccinations are required to travel. You must have a current passport that does not expire within 6 months of our return. Acceptance to the team is on a first-come, first-served basis, and $150 deposit keeps your spot.
The trip cost is $2,000, but could be less after airplane tickets are purchased.
Join us on this fun trip of blessing children and families in Guatemala!