Mark your Calendars! This summer, students at Church Project (completed 8th-12th) will travel to Belize for an opportunity to serve Jesus, and experience His Church, in a different context. Belize is a country with great spiritual and physical needs with 41% of the population below the poverty line. Belize is a safe, democratic nation with English as it's official language. Thus, this a great 101 international trip for students at Church Project.
The village of San Joaquin, located in northern Belize, is where students will spend time worshiping with the local church, teaching the gospel to children through VBS and sports camp, helping to build a home for a local pastor and his family, loving the elderly, and being challenged in their own faith.
For fun on the last day, Students will travel via water taxi to the island of Caye Calker. They'll snorkel the barrier reef, eat seafood on the beach, and worship God while overlooking the Caribbean Sea before heading back home after a great week of experiencing God.
- Project Students will host a parent & student interest meeting on Sunday, Feb. 18, from 1-3pm in the student room at Church Project. Lunch and childcare will be provided.
- This trip is for students completed 8th-12th grade at the end of the 2017-2018 school year.
- Each student who attends the trip must have current passport (cannot expire within 6 months of trip).
- COST: $1,400 (includes transportation, lodging, meals, and materials).
- Registration and a $500 non-refundable deposit is due by April 15 in order to reserve a spot.
- Remaining Balance is due by June 1st.
- Students will raise prayer and financial support.
- SPOTS ARE LIMITED and based on a first come first serve basis.