Friday, June 25, 2021 - Wednesday, June 30, 2021
Get ready for it - Bethel's College-Aged ministry is preparing for a mission trip to Tulsa, Oklahoma! There, these young adults will partner with a local church to reach across economic, social and racial divides to make a real difference in the community. In addition to the mission work, there will be an opportunity to visit a local civil rights museum and have fun with the locals. This will be an impactful and learning experience for all!
This trip is led by Pastor Ladd
What mission work will be done?
The specifics of the mission work in Tulsa vary but typically, the work is leading a Vacation Bible School or some physical labor. When more specifics are known, this FAQ will be updated.
What fun things will be done in Tulsa?
There are a variety of great museums and sporting events in Tulsa allowing the group to select the activities the group would like.
Dates: June 25-30
Cost: $450 (includes housing, food, activities & transportation)
Who: college-aged young adults
Registration Deadline: May 15
How many registration places are available? There isn’t a limit on the number of registrations – all are welcome!
Fundraising - There will be some upcoming restaurant fundraisers for which each mission trip participant will receive a portion of the proceeds. Also, there will be an Easter caramel roll sale that will benefit everyone who volunteers to help. Do you have other fundraising ideas? Share them with Pastor Ladd & Jake Summerville and help make them happen!
Scholarships are available - click HERE to complete the application form.
Bethel is partnering with Praying Pelican Missions to conduct this mission trip. Click HERE to learn more about PPM!
One Site, Two Separate Mission Trips
Did you notice the High School Mission Trip is also going to Tulsa these dates? It might be a common location and common dates, but that's where the similarities end. This really will be two separate mission trips though - the high school and college-aged adults will be have separate work groups, devotions, meals, social activities and more. Jake Summerville will lead the High School group and Pastor Ladd will lead the College-Aged group. Students graduating from 12th grade this year can register for either trip.