Join Us on an Unforgettable Mission Trip with “God’s Child Project” in Antigua, Guatemala!
Informational Meeting September 17!
Mitch and Karey Bart are planning an informational meeting about the Guatemala Mission 2024 trip on Sunday, September 17th at 10:00 am (between services). If you are interested in this mission trip and want to know more, please plan to attend.
Are you ready for an extraordinary adventure that will leave a lasting impact on your life? We invite you to embark on an incredible 8-day mission trip to the captivating city of Antigua, Guatemala, this October 2024. This is an exclusive opportunity, with limited spots available for a group of 15-18 passionate individuals.
God’s Child Project is very willing to work with us. Bonus is, our accommodations will be staying with a host family which will give you a wonderful cultural experience. They try to house as many visitors together as possible in each home so no one will be alone.
This trip is planned for October 2024.
Cost for Trip
Registration and daily fees: $925
Pocket spending money
Costs cover air and ground transportation, service team coordination, international travelers insurance, escorts and translator, accommodations and 3 meals per day (19 meals approximately), project expenses, and an excursion to a surrounding area.
To reserve a spot on the team, a down payment of $145 per person is due by Sunday, February 1, 2024. The remainder is due by August 29, 2024. Individuals are responsible for coming up with their own funds to take this trip.
Ideas for raising support for your trip:
The God’s Child Project
“The God’s Child Project” (GCP) is an award-winning non-denominational organization that provides essential educational, healthcare, housing, and sustainable development opportunities to children and families in intense poverty in Guatemala, India, and the United States.
The Guatemalan charity, Asociación Nuestros Ahijados (ANA), was founded in 1991 by God’s Child Project Patrick Atkinson. Since 1991, and with God’s Child Project support, ANA has grown from humble beginnings in a borrowed farmhouse to currently serving an estimated 4,000 orphaned and impoverished children, and 7,000 widowed, abandoned, and single mothers and their dependents across Guatemala.
- Building a home
- Working at Casa Jackson’s Hospital for malnourished children
- Working at the school for children
- Much more
Our hope is that everyone will be able to take advantage of two of the above opportunities, as well as work at the feeding center (awesome experience).
If you are interested in going on this mission trip or would like more information, please contact Mitch or Karey Bart via the email address below and put “Guatemala Trip” in the subject line.
Trip Itinerary (subject to change)
Arrive at Guatemala City International Airport. Shuttle to Antigua. Settle into host homes.
Breakfast with host families, orientation and safety talk, Tours of Center, Pizza party lunch, a tour of surrounding areas of Antigua. Dinner with your host family and a free night to explore
Breakfast with your host family, Home build day 1, Casa Jackson or school, families, and night in Antigua.
Breakfast with your host family, Home build day 2, Casa Jackson or school, dinner with host families, and night in Antigua.
Breakfast with your host family, Home build day 3, Casa Jackson or school, and night in Antigua.
Clothing Distribution and feeding center. Lunch with host families, free time in Antigua, Closing dinner at ANA.
EXCURSION: Lake Atitlan in the town of Panajachel May be different but this is an option. Could climb Volcan Pacaya. Daya: