Mission trips are an excellent opportunity to put faith in action. They are also incredibly formative experiences. We offer a variety of mission opportunities to allow all ages to get involved.
FAMILY (Intergenerational) Mission Trips
Due to COVID-19, there are currently no Family Mission Trips planned. Each Memorial Day Weekend, Hamblen sends a group to Tall Timber Ranch (a Presbyterian owned camp near Leavenworth in central Washington). The group spends the weekend preparing the camp for summer - cleaning cabins and the lodge, yard clean up and yard projects, etc. We also spend time worshiping as a group and reflecting on God's work in our lives. This trip is designed for all ages and is our child-friendly mission trip. This is an excellent way to serve alongside people of all ages and to teach our children the importance of mission and service.
YOUTH (9th-12 graders)
Each summer the high school youth of HPPC go on a mission trip where we serve others, grow in faith, and bond as a group through travel and service. We love having the chance to work together, and the past mission trips to Puerto Rico, Washington DC, and Ganado, Arizona have been amazing! Check out our Youth Ministries page, including mission trips, here. Contact Mitchel Pierce, Director of Student Ministries, at email@example.com with questions.
There are many ways to be involved in this mission partnership. Participate in a trip (speaking Spanish is an asset, but not required); give financially to the mission fund; pray for the partnership. We not only hope to make a lasting difference in the lives of Guatemalans, we expect that our lives and perspectives will be transformed as well. Contact Mary Mattie at firstname.lastname@example.org for information about the next trip!
Betsey & Eric Moe
Hamblen partners with Mission Co-Workers Betsey & Eric Moe as they work with the Protestant Center for Pastoral Studies in Central America (CEDEPCA), a long-time Presbyterian World Mission partner. Click here to learn more about our work in Guatemala.