Students putting their faith into action and seeing the impact they can have.
Before the trip, students undergo extensive cross-cultural training , utilizing speakers and classroom discussions during their Bible class.
Each year since 1993, Meadowbrook high school students have participated in cross-cultural mission trips, giving students opportunities to put their faith in action, to see how God is working around the world, and to experience another culture firsthand. Countries visited include Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, Guatemala , Peru, Honduras, Costa Rica, and Panama. Trips generally include a construction project and a VBS-style program for children and ministering to local churches.
Before the trip, students undergo extensive cross-cultural training, utilizing speakers and classroom discussions during their Bible class.
- Students in 2nd grade and Jr. Kindergarten also get involved as prayer partners and collect donations for the local community to be visited.
- The team is sent off with a chapel service and, upon their return, the team shares in elementary, middle school, high school chapels , helping to make this an event for the whole school.
The trip is open to all junior students each year and parents who desire to make it possible for their children to participate. The trip coordinator is Pastor Jim Terwilliger, Director of Spiritual Development.
Director of Spiritual Development, Pastor Jim Terwillinger
Director of Spiritual Development
Pastor Jim “PJ” Can assist you with,
- Chapel Programming
- Mentor Programming
- Mission Trip
- Student Government
- Character Counts
- Emergency Planning
- Teacher Certifications