HAITI

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June 23-30, 2018

Port Salut, Haiti

$1850: includes flights, lodging, food, transportation, in country free day, and t-shirt ($200 deposit due by Feb 1 to reserve a spot)

An amazing week filled with fellowship, worship, speakers, and giving back to the community of Port Salut

We will have a 3-fold partnership:

  1. All accommodations, in country transportation, security and food will be provided by Praying Pelican

  2. The work sites and in country relationships will be sponsored by Restavek Freedom

  3. Evening programs and spiritual development will be led by The Falls Church Anglican Youth Staff.

Lodging with twin-sized beds in a conference center right outside of Port Salut. Boys and girls will be separated.

Port Salut is considered a very safe community in Haiti (very little crime). Praying Pelican will provide us with around the clock security.

All of our food and water for the week will be supplied by Praying Pelican (who have been partnering and working in Haiti for many years).

Possible Work Projects: Hosting a VBS camp, running a girls’ soccer camp, running a computer class, building schools, planting trees and more.

Evening Program: Each evening of the trip, everyone gathers together to fellowship, worship, pray, and receive a message brought from God’s Word by the evening speaker.

What a student will come away with: Students will grow and gain a deeper understanding of how missions are run around the world. They will get to experience a part of the world they might not have experienced before. They will get to use the gifts that God has given them to be in relationship and serve people in other communities than what they are used to. We desire that they will continue to grow deeper in their faith in God and be a witness to everyone they interact with, abroad, and here at home.

Trip Leaders: Brock Morgan, Preston Hansen, Rachel Hansen, Kelsey Morgan, Eni Coker and Kirsten Ashey.

Sign up and secure your spot

"The other side of the world is not so far away, as I thought that it was, as I thought that it was so far away. But the other side of the world is not so far away and the distance just dissolves into the love into the love. And the New Jerusalem won't be as easy to build, as I hoped it would be, as I hoped it would be easy to build. But the New Jerusalem won't be so easy to build. There's many bellies to fill and many hearts to free... got to set them free" – Rich Mullins

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