Mission Trip 2020

Learn more about our next mission trip

What Does a Typical Mission Trip Involve?

Our short term mission trip involves One week in Jamaica, serving our God, by serving these delightful people. As mission trips go, it is fairly easy. (they all speak english, and last time we were there, there weren't any headhunters looking for trophies).

Your Will Be Blessed, but You Will Work Hard.

We rent a local home out and have devotion times in the morning and sharing and worship in the evening after dinner.

You will work all day and then we relax and enjoy each others company afterwards and reflect on the day.

How Much Does it Cost to Go on a Mission With You?

Typical cost of $1700 includes air, lodging, food, and insurance, however costs vary depending on where you are coming from.

Still Want to Go on with Us on Our Next Trip?

Download the application by clicking the button below. Fill it in on your computer and email it to info@thejamaicaproject.com OR print it out, fill it in and fax it to (949) 269-0410.

We Bring Teams

We take teams to Rio Bueno, Jamaica for a one week stay. During that time we perform many services in the local community as well as other places. We spend time at infirmaries, and do whatever is needed at the time such as building repairs and maintenance.

We Bring Resources

We also bring them things they need. Clothes, Bibles, Christian books on various topics; as they have virtually no resources. Clothing is distributed to the needy in the area, and we are helping to establish a community center for ongoing care.

We Bring Christ

Once physical needs are met, we begin to meet the spiritual ones. We teach classes, hold Bible studies & marriage workshops, run Vacation Bible Schools, spend time loving the elderly and disabled, and pour love out to all community members.

"For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you clothed me, I was sick and you visited me, I was in prison and you came to me."

― Jesus, Matthew 25:35-40