High School Mission Trip

March 13-19

Boston, MA

$750

We have been working with Praying Pelican Missions for the past 6 years and we have loved partnering with them.  We are partnering with them again this year and you can check them out at prayingpelicanmissions.org.  If you are interested in being a part of the trip with us please email us at austin.bahm@brandonbc.org
American history, great seafood and a strong, hardworking community all await you on a Praying Pelican Missions trip to New England. Nicknamed “The Hub of the Universe”, the greater Boston area is home to nearly 5-million people, which means there is plenty of opportunity to serve.

When you get connected with a church or nonprofit organization in New England, you’ll find welcoming people doing their best to serve the city’s needs. Boston was originally founded by Puritans, but a Pew Research Center study says only about 57% of Bostonians now claim to be of Christian faith. Other cities in New England have an even lower number of Christians and religious people. You’ll have a chance to show God’s love, not only to people in need, but to those who serve them as well.

When it is time for a little relaxation, Beantown offers incredible recreational activities, including Fenway Park, Boston Common and the Old North Church. You and your team can dive into American history, while also diving into a deeper relationship with Christ.

A city founded upon the values and morals of Christianity in the day of the Pilgrims, Providence, Rhode Island has come far in the realm of intellectual thinking, but has a lot to learn when it comes to matters of faith. When you come on a mission trip with Praying Pelican Missions to Providence, your mission group will find itself ministering to some non-religious, non-profit organizational leaders who have dedicated their lives to helping meet the needs in their communities, but are in need of the truth of the Gospel themselves. Many organizations in Providence are doing a lot of good for the communities and we partner with them because we not only care about the same things from feeding programs to homeless shelters and kids programs, but we care about them as leaders as well.