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2019 Missions Trips

2019 Missions Trips

“But you will receive the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and will be witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea andSamaria, andthe end of the earth.” – Acts 1:8

If you are interested in getting more information about any of our Missions Trips you can fill out the “Mission Project Interest Form” and our Missions Pastor will be in touch with you.


Youth Spring Break—Bath, Maine
March 23-30 

Who Can Go: Any teenager who is an active part of our Youth Ministry.

Cost: $275 per person (includes airfare, lodging, meals, and transportation).
Project: Serving our Church Plant Partner New City Church by hosting a “Block Party” for local youth and teens. The team will also participate in evangelism through canvassing and service projects.


Northwest India – Church Strengthening

April 20-28

Who Can Go: Anyone who is an active attender or member of FBC
Cost
: $1500 per person (includes airfare, lodging, meals, and transportation).
Project: We will travel to a large city in northwest India and spend time with local pastors in encouraging and equipping their house churches in discipleship. The team will also participate alongside local believers in practicing gospel conversations.


Bath Heritage Days
June 29-July 6

Who Can Go: Anyone who is an active attender or member of FBC
Cost: $400 per person (includes airfare, lodging, meals, and transportation)
Project: Each year, the city of Bath throws a 6-day festival celebrating the history of America.  The team will partner alongside members of New City Church in outreach projects and evangelism in conjunction with the Heritage Days festival.


Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Packing-Charlotte, NC
December 1-6
Ever wonder where your shoebox goes after you turn it in?  Each year a team from FBC Heath follows our boxes down to the distribution center in Charlotte, NC to help ship and pray over the thousands of boxes before they are sent out to the precious kids around the world.


Disaster Relief—Ohio
May and November (TBD)
The SCBO Relief Ministryto disasters and needs in Ohio,North America, and around the world. In order to participate, every volunteer must be trained in one of five categories: food service, child care, chain saw, shower trailer, or mud-out.