Bluefield, West Virginia is a beautiful place to visit. The mountains are breathtakingly gorgeous and the people of this town are some of the nicest you will ever meet. But there’s a problem in this community – many of these good hearted folks struggle with poverty.
When you hear about poverty in America, it can be easy to feel hopeless or defeated because so much work needs to be done here at home on our own soil. That’s why your team is needed on Mission Trip to Bluefield, West Virginia! Your group can help provide basic necessities for families who have fallen victim to hard times by doing repair projects around their homes that they cannot afford otherwise. You’ll also get an opportunity to share God’s love with them through prayer and fellowship while enjoying time together away from home! This trip will change lives forever…are you ready?!?
By joining us on a mission trip to Bluefield, West Virginia you have the opportunity to do your part in the fight against poverty and help people who are going through tough times. Many of these folks have fallen into a cycle that is difficult for them to get out of on their own, not because they aren’t working hard or dedicated but because sometimes life just throws a curveball.
Join us on a mission trip to Bluefield, West Virginia to do your part in the fight against poverty!
Daily Work Assignments:
Working with a local church to serve the community
Yes. Our mission trip teams have tons of individual volunteers. We do, however, need to have at least 20 volunteers sign up for a trip to make it happen. If you sign up for a trip and we do not get enough volunteers, you will have the option to join another team or join a trip in the future. We will also issue a refund if you are not interested serving on another trip.
Teams will lodge in a local church equipped for groups.
Some teams drive. Other teams fly into ROA, then rent vehicles. Teams provide their own ground transportation to and from the airport and to the daily worksites.
Breakfast and dinner are prepared buffet style on site by Mission Discovery camp staff. Lunches are sandwiches on the worksite.
2:00 PM | Camp Opens 4:30 PM | Leaders Meeting 5:00 PM | Dinner 7:00 PM | Evening Program 8:00 PM | Small Groups 10:00 PM | In Rooms
7:00 AM | Wake Up 7:30 AM | Breakfast 8:00 AM | Quiet Time 8:30 AM | Devotional Thought 8:45 AM | Depart for Worksites 3:00 PM | Return to Camp 4:30 PM | Leaders Meeting 5:00 PM | Dinner 7:00 PM | Evening Program 8:00 PM | Small Groups 10:00 PM | In Rooms
7:00 AM | Wake Up 7:30 AM | Load Up 8:00 AM | Breakfast 8:30 AM | Depart
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUTWEST VIRGINIATRIPS
I had the pleasure to serve with Mission Discover in Bluefield, West Virginia this past July. I was blessed in so many ways as I worked with the staff and youth group that volunteered to bless this community. It was a pleasure watching these young people grow in their faith as they worked and grew in their faith touching the lives of those around them. GOD is so GOOD! HE provided God-Sightings and shined his love everywhere. My biggest take home from this mission trip is the PEACE I felt in knowing how present God is in my life. HE was sighted EVERYWHERE!!