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Serve Around The World

We look to serve people in communities around the world.

Journey Missions

Our vision for short-term missions is to ignite a movement of the gospel that brings personal conversion, community formation, social justice, and cultural renewal throughout the world. The goal is to encourage and support the work of the international church and engage and learn from the local culture.

At this time all short-term mission trips have been postponed until further notice due to COVID-19. We will update this page when more information becomes available.


Some of what’s happening in our world today, both at home and abroad, is heartbreaking.

If these issues weigh on your heart, we’re offering a way to take meaningful action and help make a tangible difference in the world. We and our strategic partners work with several organizations to serve the under-resourced and marginalized communities. As a result, people around the world have the opportunity to encounter and know the love of Jesus.

Upcoming Trips

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Disaster Relief

We also believe Journey is well positioned to mobilize volunteers to assist with national disaster relief efforts, should they occur. After first-responders vacate the affected area, a disaster relief team is able to show up and assist with resources and direct people to aid in the local community.


Frequently Asked Questions

If you have questions about trip requirements, preparation or eligibility, check out the responses below.

We welcome all people to apply!  If there comes a time when too many people have registered for a trip, current Journey of Faith volunteers will have priority.  To learn more contact us.

Once you’ve decided to participate in a mission trip, you will need to apply and complete a registration form and pay the deposit fee. This fee counts towards your total trip cost.

Some trips may also require an interview by the trip leader or additional qualifications for approval. To provide the best mission experience to you, our missionary partners, and the people you’ll meet, each mission trip team meets multiple times before departure to prepare logistically, culturally, and spiritually. Teams also meet for a homecoming debrief after the trip.

Trip participants are required to attend pre-trip meetings and may have required tasks before the trip departure.

Before departing on the trip, you must also pass a LiveScan background check. You will receive an email about your LiveScan appointment after you complete the registration form.

In most situations, participants must have completed their sophomore year of high school to attend without a parent. Anyone under the age of 18 must have parental consent to participate on a trip.

If traveling outside the United States an up-to-date passport that is valid six months beyond the trip return date is required. Start your passport application or renewal several months before the trip; expediting fees are costly. If a trip requires an additional visa or tourist card, you will be notified by the trip leader.

Passports cost approximately $175. On how to apply for a U.S. Passport visit here.

Please visit the CDC website for the country you are traveling to and consult your medical doctor to determine what vaccinations you will need.

Medical and logistical costs due to illness during the trip are your personal responsibility.

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Participants may raise money to cover the cost of their trip. Financial circumstances should not prohibit anyone from going on a mission trip. To be considered for a scholarship, please email us.

Your trip payments should be made on your trip’s Payment Portal you will receive the link for your trip’s Payment Portal once you have registered and completed your trip consent form. Each trip has its own donation account, so make sure you select the right link.

During trip meetings, your leader will provide you with additional donation collection procedures.

Trip costs include fees, lodging, meals and transportation. Additional spending money and personal supplies are your own responsibility.

Trip participants are expected to cover the trip cost via personal funds and/or donations.