Contact your presbytery to learn about trip opportunities that you or members of your church might be able to join. Click here to find contact information for your presbytery.
- UKirk’s service opportunities page provides a helpful map for exploring various national mission service opportunities for young adults.
- National disaster relief mission trips are available through Presbyterian Disaster Assistance. The website provides information on how your group can help communities affected by disasters. There are congregations willing to serve as way station locations — offering volunteer work teams a place to stay overnight while journeying to or from their mission destination. To find out more about wayside congregations for volunteer work teams in transit, click here.
- The Center in Baltimore hosts church groups interested in doing “mission outside the box.” The Center aims to “inspire and equip churches and individuals to engage boldly with their neighborhoods — to get involved where Christ’s love and justice are already at work.” Learn more about The Center.
- Frontera de Cristo offers immersion opportunities for individuals and groups to get involved in the life of border ministry. Day- to week-long border immersions allow people to worship, learn and serve with their brothers and sisters from the churches and communities of Agua Prieta, Sonora, and Douglas, Arizona. Coffee, Migration and Faith trips are held each fall. Learn more.
- Groups of young people may be interested in Memphis Youth Mission’s immersion programs. They offer week-long summer mission trips or weekend trips in the spring and fall. Learn more.
- For international mission trips, group leaders are encouraged to contact PC(USA) mission co-workers in the region to seek more information and enter a process of discernment. These partnership facilitators walk alongside groups as they plan, lead and reflect on mission experiences. They can be helpful to you before, during and after your mission trip.
Presbyterian Peacemaking Program’s Travel Study Seminars:
- Puerto Rico
October 24–31, 2022
In the Aftermath of Catastrophe — The Political, Social and Racial Dynamics Revealed by Multiple Catastrophes and How the Church Is Responding to Them.
Applications due by June 24, 2022.
- Philippines and Hong Kong
2022 (Dates and application deadlines TBD)
Root Causes and Current Challenges of Forced Migration and Labor Trafficking.
- Peacemaking Domestic Travel Study Seminar: Native Lands of the Southwest
April 28–May 7, 2023
The Doctrine of Discovery and its Legacy Today.
Applications due by Dec. 15, 2022.
Learn more about Presbyterian Peacemaking Program’s Travel Study Seminars click here.
- International disaster relief mission tripsFind out how your group can help communities affected by disasters.
- Presbyterian Women Mission TripsPresbyterian Women organize regular trips to participate in mission work or learn about the mission needs of a particular region.