The minimum size to sign up is ten.
8 years old.
Yes, for groups of 25+ people. For teams of 10 – 24 you may be paired with another team.
Everything! Service projects, ministry opportunities, lodging, food, a Texas barbeque celebration, water, recreation, Thirst Missions leaders, t-shirt, and trip consultations. Just provide your own transportation and bedding we’ve got the rest.
Encourage and help people and communities affected by Hurricane Harvey through service work and ministry. The service work and ministry could include home repair, landscaping, house demolition/gutting, painting, community restoration, food distribution, prayer walking, Hispanic ministry, mercy ministry (nursing homes).
On the floor of a church or school. Group members will need to bring their own air mattress/cot, sheets, and pillow. Showers and restrooms will be available on site. The lodging will be air conditioned!
Each team will provide their own driver and transportation.
That’s wonderful. Additional financial donations can be given and projects will be arranged to use those funds.
Mostly in smaller towns along the Texas Gulf Coast.
Your trip will start on Sunday at 4:00 pm. All standard length trips end on Friday at 10:00 am.
Yes, there will be free time during a couple of evenings for groups to do something on their own. On Thursday night we’ll make a trip to the beach for swimming, relaxing, and end with a Texas barbeque. It’s all included in the cost of the trip.
Each trip will have a trip leader and project coordinator to guide your trip.