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Mission Trips

Each mission trip has a specific purpose with one overall goal — to spread the Good News to the ends of the earth. Regardless of the type of trip, evangelism and sharing the Gospel are at the very core of each trip’s purpose. Also, each mission trip is carefully planned, evaluated and carried through with the purpose of providing lasting help to the people who are served.

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SEU leads dozens of mission trips per year, so while the dates of these trips vary, participants can be confident that their travels will not interfere with their school days. Trips are held during established school breaks, such as spring break, summer, the week of Thanksgiving and Christmas break.

Here are just a few examples of prior mission work.

Evangelism/Unreached People

Bringing the Gospel to the impoverished areas of Zambia via a hut-to-hut ministries.

Post-Disaster

Helping with post-tsunami relief in Japan and post-hurricane relief in Haiti.

Construction

Building houses, schools or churches for people in need in locations such as Peru, Haiti, Belize and Costa Rica.

Impoverished Orphans/Children

Working in Kolkata to teach children about the Gospel in an interactive and exciting way.

Refugee Ministry

Ministering to refugees in their camps in locations such as Greece, Austria and Turkey. Mission work varies based on the country and the needs of the refugees, but generally includes home/camp visits to build relationships and share the Gospel.

Community Development/Agriculture

Showing communities in Costa Rica sustainable skills for fishing, growing crops, etc. Teaching the people these skills helps them learn how to be independent and successful, and provide food for their families and communities.

Backpacking

Backpacking in Peru to host worship services in the streets or in the mountains to share the message of the Gospel for the tribes and the children.

Medical Care

Hosting free clinics in countries such as the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua Ecuador, Haiti and Honduras; students are able to assist in giving vaccines and providing general healthcare.

Domestic

Bringing the Gospel to children in impoverished areas of America, volunteering in community organizations, and providing food and supplies after natural disasters.

Education

Teaching English in countries such as Estonia and Indonesia. English gives these people more opportunities to advance and provides a channel to build relationships.
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Bangladesh
Belize
Bolivia
Brazil
Cambodia
Chile
China
Colombia
Costa Rica
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
Egypt
El Salvador
England
Estonia
Ethiopia
Germany
Greece
Guatemala
Haiti
Honduras
Hungary
Iceland
India
Indonesia
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Jamaica
Japan
Jordan
Kenya
Malawi
Mexico
Michigan
Morocco
Mongolia
Nepal
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Norway
Panama
Paraguay
Peru
Philippines
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Romania
Russia
Singapore
South Africa
South Korea
Spain
Sri Lanka
Tanzania
Thailand
Turkey
Tunisia
United Kingdom
Uganda
Ukraine
Uruguay
Venezuela
Zambia
Zanzibar
Zimbabwe