Summer missional experiences are a great way to show gratitude to God by offering care to our more vulnerable neighbors. The trips are also a fun way to get to know Westminster's members and friends across a variety of age groups.
Scholarship opportunities are available for every trip. If you have any questions regarding any of these experiences, please contact Jon Frost.
City Service Mission: Philadelphia
Throughout the week our youth serve alongside organizations and ministries which are rooted within communities in Philly. CSM immerses youth groups in urban life to help them understand the beauty and struggles of living in Philadelphia. It is truly a cross-cultural learning experience where students learn how God is already present and active in Philly. We participate in God’s kingdom through listening to the stories of communities, hands on service, and prayerfully reflect on what the good news of justice looks like in the face of injustice. For more info, contact Chris Clark.
Honduras Youth-to-Youth Partnership
The youth-to-youth partnership is the on-going friendship between Imago Dei Youth Ministry of Westminster and the youth of the Presbytery of Honduras. We strive toward mutual learning, honest dialogue, supportive friendships, and a shared mission as we follow Jesus in our communities. For more info, contact Chris Clark.
Washington DC Intergenerational Mission Trip
Members and friends of Westminster head to Washington, DC in July to learn about hunger, homelessness, and poverty issues while serving in the city and worshiping together. This trip is for children who have completed 4th grade, and for youth and adults of all ages. You may register as an individual or family. For more info, contact Ann Hatfield.
Estado 29 Orphanage, Mexico
The summer Mexico Missional experience brings a group from Westminster to Ensenada, Mexico. While in Ensenada, we will work on projects at the orphanage as well as lead a Vacation Bible School. We will play lots of games! We will practice faith, worship, laugh, and cry with the children living at Estado 29. For more info, contact Jon Frost.
Living Waters for the World
Living Waters for the World trains volunteers to establish and lead water mission teams that partner with international communities to implement water purification systems and health education. Travel to Honduras with a team from Westminster for a week to build a water purification system and train local community members how to use the system. For more info, contact Jon Frost.
Second Wave Disaster Recovery Mission Trip
Teams of 16-22 people (18 years and older) participate in various construction projects for homes damaged in recent hurricanes. The housing for the volunteers will be hosted by First Presbyterian Church of Wilmington, NC, which has been identified and approved through PDA. Identifying specific work sites, construction projects and work oversight will be managed by Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry (WARM) – whose mission is to make people safer in their homes. WARM was founded in 1996 and serves low-income home owners. For more info, contact Bill Stewart.