High School Summer Mission Trip: July 2019
Daily from 07/14/2019 to 07/20/2019
How to Register
- Visit my.hpumc.org and create an account. Please be sure to add the student you are registering for this trip when prompted! (If you already have an account, skip this step)
- Once you have an account, proceed to the registration page. It can be found at this link, or under the Serving header at the top of your homepage, under Missions. (please make sure that the student you're registering is selected on the first page).
Please note that to complete registration, you MUST upload a copy of a current insurance card.
- Pay the $100 deposit at the end of registration to hold your spot. YOUR SPOT WILL NOT BE HELD UNTIL THE DEPOSIT IS PAID. If you missed it or would like to make any additional payments, log in to your my.hpumc.org account, go to the Giving tab, and find Missions Giving.
Last year, we took our first trip to Smithville, TX. We got to work alongside churches, organizations, schools, and city departments, serving the people of Smithville. We painted at public parks and museums, held a VBS for the local community, installed floors in a hundred-year-old church, and built wheelchair ramps for people in the community. We were able to eat at several local restaurants and took a float trip – tubing down the Guadalupe River. At the end of the week, we hosted a carnival for the entire community of Smithville. Our hope is that returning to Smithville each year will continue to build a great relationship that was formed in 2017.
Each day, you'll wake up, eat breakfast, pack your lunch and have a morning devotional before leaving for your worksite around 9 am. Throughout the trip, we will again work on homes and local areas in need. Each worksite is run by a minimum of two adults (a 1:6 adult to youth ratio), and the youth staff will work diligently to ensure the safety of all participants. You’ll work all day and return to the campus in the afternoon, where you'll have free time to rest, shower or just hang out. Each night, we’ll have dinner and an incredible worship atmosphere. For a quick glimpse at what this trip will look like, watch our 2018 High School Summer Mission Trip Recap!
Students who want to track service hours will earn 25 hours while on this trip. Information on logistics, packing, scheduling, etc., will be discussed at our trip meetings. If you, or anyone you know, is interested in serving as a leader on this trip, contact Peyton Tippett – .
Trip Leader: HPUMC Youth
Open to: Students currently in 8th – 12th grade
Type of work: TDB – possible work includes home repair (roofing, demo, sheetrock, painting)
Lodging: Smithville Junior High School Campus – no beds provided
Risks: none outside of inherent risk of mission work/travel
Passport required: no
Visa required: no
Vaccinations/Medications: Tetanus booster
*all travelers are required to be up-to-date on routine vaccinations and must have a current medical form on file
Financial Aid: To learn more and apply for a need-based scholarship, fill out the application here.
Registration: Registration is open and enrollment will be capped at 100. After that, students will be added to a waitlist, and spots will be opened, as they are available. A $100, non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your spot.
Please ensure that you receive a confirmation email upon registering. If you do NOT, you are not officially registered