Our Mission:

We strive to bring hope and comfort to those in our community who are considered to be the least, the last, and the lost by providing volunteer services that offer the opportunity to change the lives of both the client and the volunteer

 

First and foremost, while serving on a mission trip with the Epworth Project, you will act as the hands and feet of this ministry, providing physical and emotional support to our clients. By offering your time, sweat, and energy to the people of southeast Louisiana, you will help to cultivate change and allow hope to grow.

 

What You’ll Do

Secondly, you will learn about Louisiana culture and the unique problems citizens of vulnerable status face.

 

Third, you will live completely in every moment serving with every ounce of your being participating in projects from hanging drywall, laying tile, and constructing handicap ramps to working in food and clothing distribution, assisting clients with household needs, and loving clients by listening to their stories.

For information on how to register for a mission trip with the Epworth Project, visit http://www.epworthproject.com/registering-for-mission-trip/

Mar
22
Sun
2015
Irvington Churches Ministry
Mar 22 – Mar 28 all-day

Indianapolis, IN (24 Volunteers)

Mar
29
Sun
2015
Hahira UMC
Mar 29 – Apr 2 all-day

Hahira, GA (12 to 15 Volunteers)

YOAM
Mar 29 – Apr 5 all-day

Ellicott City, MD (30 to 60 volunteers)

Apr
12
Sun
2015
Cal-Pac North District
Apr 12 – Apr 20 all-day

California! (20 volunteers)

Apr
19
Sun
2015
River Bend Mission Team
Apr 19 – Apr 26 all-day

20 Volunteers

May
18
Mon
2015
First Christian Church College and Young Adults
May 18 – May 25 all-day

Norman, OK – 10 Volunteers

Jun
7
Sun
2015
Avon Lake UMC
Jun 7 – Jun 14 all-day

Avon Lake, OH (100 Volunteers)

Jun
14
Sun
2015
Greenland Hills UMC
Jun 14 – Jun 21 all-day

Dallas, TX (20 volunteers)

Gary UMC
Jun 14 @ 7:20 PM – Jun 20 @ 8:20 PM

Wheaton, IL (50 volunteers)

Jun
21
Sun
2015
FUMC Duncanville
Jun 21 – Jun 28 all-day

Duncanville, TX (45 Volunteers)

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