High School Mission Trip to Kampala, Uganda


Date(s) - 06/12/2023 - 06/22/2023
12:00 am

This trip is an opportunity for students and parents to participate in a third world mission experience designed for participants to do ministry and service, learn how God is working in the midst of communities facing extreme poverty, and listen to the voices of young leaders who have surrendered to serve God within their communities.
Participants will work with:
• African Hearts – non-governmental organization (NGO) operating in Uganda, East Africa. A grassroots charity, African Hearts was established in 2001 to help address the growing numbers of children and youth living on the streets of Kampala. Forced to the streets by the death of parents, family abandonment, violence, or hardship at home, street life leaves children exposed to exploitation, abuse, addiction, and extreme poverty.
• TEMO: Teenage Mothers Outreach – a Christian, non-governmental organization (NGO) operating just outside of the Soweto slum in Kampala, Uganda. TEMO serves primarily young mothers and women/girls in crisis pregnancies providing medical care, food, vocational training in hairdressing and tailoring, and spiritual training.
• Passion Christian High School – a school dedicated to excellent Christian education with the goal of raising up leaders within communities and Uganda to bring about change and hope all in the name of God
Participants : Current 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students along with parents and adult leaders
Cost: $2,000
Contact Glynn Robinson or Chris Kroll for information