Servant Mission Trips

(across the USA and around the world)

Feeling God's call to go on a mission trip is exciting. Servants serves our mission teams by organizing and planning all of the details for each mission trip, whether it is in our own country or in a developing country.  Get ready for a transformation of your heart as you follow God's call to serve the hungry, homeless, poor, uneducated and sometimes unloved children of God.


To sign-up for an upcoming trip, please complete the Volunteer Application at:  https://servants.managedmissions.com/MissionApplication/Start/10445.

International Servant Mission Trips

Click here to see a video of a Serving at-Risk Families Mission Trip in July, 2017.


To sign-up for an upcoming International trip, please complete the Volunteer Application at https://servants.managedmissions.com/MissionApplication/Start/4632


For more information, contact Lisa Sica at Servants (lisasica@servants.org) A $200 deposit will hold your trip reservation. 

  • Guatemala - Servants Serving at-risk Families

    February 7-16, 2019    INTERACTING WITH SARF FAMILIES

    April 27-May 4, 2019   medical trip

    May 4-11, 2019               INTERACTION WITH SARF FAMILIES

    Construction and Relationship Building With Families in the Ministry and the Community


    Serving at-Risk Families in Guatemala provides education, job training, and access to healthcare to the poorest of the poor in Guatemala. We have six (6) full-time missionaries in Guatemala working with local churches to serve these families.  


    For more information email ServantTrips@servants.org.

  • Guatemala - New Life Children's Home

    January 6-13, 2019

    July 6-13, 2019

    Construction/Maintenance


    Join us as we serve the children of New Life Children's Home in Villa Nueva, Guatemala. We will be performing construction and light maintenance on this trip. We have one (1) full-time intern missionary working the school.


    For more information email ServantTrips@servants.org.

  • Guatemala - Nebaj

    May 4-11, 2019

    September 14-21, 2019

    Join us at Mountain Springs Camp in the mountains of Nebaj, Guatemala as we work on the construction of a new ministry center!  This ministry center will provide an opportunity for the indigenous Mayan people to come and learn about the love of God.  Here there will be opportunities to disciple youth and adults, provide a retreat center for youth groups and pastors, and training for missionaries to be sent around the world.


    For more information email ServantTrips@servants.org.

U.S. Disaster Recovery Trips

To sign-up for an upcoming disaster recovery trip, please complete the Volunteer Application at https://servants.managedmissions.com/MissionApplication/Start/4632.


To request more information on bringing your group to serve on a disaster recovery trip, please request more information here!

  • hurricane Harvey - Vidor, tx

    There are mountains of ruined personal possessions, destroyed lifelong photo albums and family heirlooms, mold-ridden homes (shown in the photo) along with water-logged furniture and household items still lining the streets of communities who are suffering from Hurricane Harvey.  Over 1,400 families are still waiting for home repairs and restoration.



  • hurricane maria - Puerto Rico

    Hurricane Maria slammed the island of Puerto Rico over one year ago; however, tens of thousands of people are still living under the blue tarps installed in the days following the disaster.  Residents are still morning the loss of those lost, and families are still searching for hope and healing.  Servants is working with local church groups and other organizations to bring physical and spiritual restoration to those in need.  

  • Hurricane Florence - New Bern, NC

    Hurricane Florence caused over $17 billion in damages to North Carolina. Thousands of homes were flooded and many were left searching for help.  The flood waters have receded and Servants is partnering with local organizations to bring volunteers to North Carolina to serve hot meals, help residents salvage precious belongings, and aid in debris removal and cleanup.  Volunteers are greatly needed!  

  • HURRICANE MICHAEL - FLorida & georgia

    Hurricane Michael made landfall on Florida's panhandle on October 10th as a category 4 storm.  This was the third most powerful hurricane in U.S. history with wind gusts of 155 mph.  Servants will be ready to send cleanup teams in the coming weeks to those who need it most.  In the coming months, Servants will also assist local homeowners with rebuilding.