2023 Honduras Mission Trip

Copan, Honduras from July 1-8,2023

Copan is a ruined ancient Maya City, in extreme Western Honduras near the Guatemalan border (10 miles).
It is in a fertile valley among foothills at 700 meters (2,300 ft) above mean sea level.
Copan was added to the Word Heritage list in 1980.
The ruins are about 1km outside the town of Copán Ruinas: it’s an easy walk, or you can hop in a moto-taxi.
San Pedro Sula is about 200km away.
Santa Rosa de Copan has had a coffee renaissance, and you will find many great local independent coffee shops.


Construction: We would be doing small construction projects at the church’s buildings.
Vacation Bible School: We would be helping with VBS in different schools in town.
Evangelism: We would have revivals and evangelistic conferences with the community.


Registration: Click here * Please note this is a registration link only; for the down payment and remaining balance using the payment link below.
Payment: The $300 down payment and any additional payments towards the balance of the trip may be paid via check to the church or by credit/debit card by clicking here, and then selecting the applicable fund.
*Please note balance is due 2 weeks prior to departure to ensure your spot.

Keeping in touch: Once you’ve confirmed your trip with us, we will begin communicating with you through email or phone calls. If you have any questions, contact Juan at juan@thewoodlandsfirst.org
Find prayer and partnership support: Pray and support. https://www.prayingpelicanmissions.org/mission-trip-resources/sample-mission-trip-support-letters
Cost: $1500 per person including airfare, lodging, meals, transportation, and travel insurance.
Documentation: Passports are required to travel. Please, email a copy of your passport and driver’s license to elizabeth@thewoodlandsfirst.org
Immunization: Check with your doctor to see what she or he recommends. COVID vaccination is required.

The event is finished.


Jul 01 2023


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