High School Summer Mission Trip

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Dates: June 13-20, 2020

Who: Incoming 9th graders to graduating seniors

Where: Westerose, Alberta, Canada

Cost: $1,100

Travel Method: Flying into Alberta. Passport required.

Life is an adventure when you’re following after Jesus. This year, we’re taking our talents and hearts for service to Canada and truly living into our mission statement of helping others Discover, Live & Share the Love of Jesus. Our destination this year is Covenant Bay Bible Camp in Alberta, Canada. Covenant Bay exists to promote a growing relationship with Jesus Christ by providing opportunities for Worship, Fellowship and Instruction in Discipleship. They need extra hands to help them prepare to do that work next summer. We will be engaged in service projects at the camp such as landscaping, prop building for summer camp and minor repair projects. During the week, we will also serve at a nearby ministry that works with homeless and less fortunate by assisting with an after-school program. Covenant Bay is an awesome place to work and play. When we’re not working, we can take advantage of amenities such as canoeing, climbing wall, beach volleyball, mountain biking, low ropes course, wakeboarding and more.

Register online (by Jan. 28) or make payments toward your trip by clicking here.

Questions? Alexia.l@cccks.org

Middle School Summer Mission Trip

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Dates: May 31 to June 5, 2020

Who: Incoming 7th-8th graders

Cost: $400

Where: Windermere is located in central Missouri on Lake of the Ozarks. It’s a beautiful place where people can come to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Windermere offers a variety of recreation activities and facilities. Take advantage of the 350-foot open cave, hiking trails, horseshoe pit, sand volleyball and tennis courts, 35’ tower with climbing wall, giant water inflatables and so much more. The great outdoors and close proximity to the Lake of the Ozarks provides tons of fun.

MIX is a summer event specifically designed for students entering seventh and eighth grades. It is intentionally crafted in ways that will engage middle school students through tactile, interactive and fun activities coupled with Bible-based teaching and small group interaction. At MIX, students will come to understand their identity in God’s Kingdom, and be challenged to embrace the Kingdom work He has prepared for them. After 4 days of worship and exploring how we all fit into the big picture of serving in God’s kingdom, we’ll dive into a day of fun at an amusement park in the Ozarks and then end our time together in a day of service in Kansas City.

Register online (by Jan. 28) by clicking here.

Questions? Alexia.l@cccks.org