All Texas Gulf Coast trips are standard trips which have 25-40 people. Any group of 6+ people is welcome to sign up for the week of their choosing as long as space is available. Groups larger than 40 people from a single church are welcome, please call our office to discuss a private trip.
8 years old.
No. Groups will be combined with other groups to form teams of at least 25 participants.
Ministry materials, lodging, food, and recreation. You will also have a trip consultant to set up the logistics prior to the trip, trip manuals to help your team to prepare, T-shirts to wear during your trip, and excellent Thirst Missions leaders while your trip is underway. You will be responsible for your own transportation and bedding.
Tools and project materials are not required. Talk to your consultant for further information.
Encourage and help people and communities affected by Hurricane Harvey through service projects. The service projects could include home repair, landscaping, painting, community restoration, and prayer services.
On the floor of a church or other lodging facility. Group members may 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.
Additional financial donations can be given and projects will be arranged to use those funds.
Wharton County and the surrounding areas on the Texas Gulf Coast.
Your check-in window is between 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm on the Sunday of your arrival. All 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 afternoon, we will take a trip to the beach to swim and relax, then end with a Texas barbeque. And yes, the recreation is all included in the cost of the trip.
Each trip will have a Thirst Mission trip leader, as well as project coordinators to help on site.