Missions Program

Each spring break, students enthusiastically heed His divine call to service. Working together and alongside faculty leaders, students develop spiritual leadership while cultivating a Biblical world view. The Wesleyan community is strengthened through these shared student and faculty service experiences.
The Wesleyan Missions program is designed to parallel the overall mission of the school by providing students opportunities to explore their faith in Christ through service to other cultures.
What began as 2 trips to 1 location with 22 students and 6 faculty members, the missions program has seen tremendous growth since its inception in 2000. The program's success is due to an overwhelming amount of support and encouragement, both prayerfully and financially, from the Wesleyan community.

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  • 35

    Locations Served
  • 900

    Student Participants
  • 190

     Faculty Participants

2022-2023 Mission Trips

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  • Appalachia (Eastern Kentucky)

    Students will work on projects in the community including home repair and painting.
  • Chattanooga, Tennessee

    Eighth grade students and high school servant leaders will work with widows in the community to help with house projects and yard work. 
  • Dominican Republic - DR SCORE

    Students will work with DR SCORE to partner with a local family and support their existing ministry within the city.
  • Dominican Republic - Kids Alive

    Students will work alongside Kids Alive to provide Christian care for orphans and at-risk kids. 
  • Ecuador

    Students will work with a local pastor and his family to minister to different mountain villages. 
  • Italy

    Students will engage in relational ministry with refugees and children, presenting VBS lessons in the communities. 
  • New Mexico

    Students will spend time ministering to and serving the Navajo community.
  • Peru

    Students will work alongside Kids Alive to provide Christian care for orphans and at-risk kids.
  • Spain

    Students will spend time with refugees and kids within two cities, demonstrating the love of Christ and learning to share the Gospel. 
    • Missions 1

    • Missions 2

    • Missions 3