The purpose of this mission experience is to help our Navajo partners in the development of their community while building relationships with the wonderful community members we get the great opportunity to serve alongside. We go as learners and listeners with servant hearts open to what God has prepared for us to do. The hope is that when trip participants return home they will be open to helping others in need locally and expand their efforts around the world.

The construction projects usually consist of home renovations such as roof repair and ramp building as well as home builds. The team will also have an opportunity to have Kids’ Club for the children in the community.

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WHAT WE'RE DOING

MINISTRY OPPORTUNITIES

World Servants has partnered with the Navajo Nation leaders for more than 20 years to help them with community development in many different ways. We have brought in teams to help with construction and outreach as well as the connection of resources and providing leadership training. There are more than 100 churches of many different denominations working fervently as one to help create sustainable development in the Navajo Nation.

Our call to help in the Navajo Nation include but are not limited to the renovation of homes for the elderly, disabled and veterans; renovation or rebuild of homes in the Gallup, NM area; and the restoration of homes for under-resourced community members.

World Servants seeks to use the skills and interests of the trip participants during the mission experience. However, all participants are asked to remain flexible and open to the opportunities for “being” and “doing” what the Spirit provides.

TRIPS TO THIS COMMUNITY

09/17/2022 - 09/23/2022
$645

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LOGISTICS

FOOD, LODGING, & TRAVEL

The cost of the trip does not include transportation to and from the mission site and are the responsibility of trip participants. Participants need to provide transportation throughout the week for travel between the housing site, work sites and scheduled activities.

You should fly in by 12:00 pm and drive to the mission housing site, drive times and airport depend on the host community. Please plan on arriving at the mission site by 4 p.m. We would like to have everyone gather on Sunday at 6:00 pm and have dinner together.

The team will stay at a local school, mission housing or local church so plan to bring air mattresses and bedding or a sleeping bag. There are shower and restroom facilities available. Food is provided by World Servants and prepared by local cooks.

IS IT SAFE?

TRIP SAFETY PROTOCOLS

Trip safety is extremely important to World Servants and our host community. The community we are working and staying in is considered very safe and we do not anticipate any safety issues.

COVID-19 Safety Response

We are working diligently to address the directives of the communities we serve in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19).

Obviously, there will be adjustments as World Servants is mainly a high touch relational organization and we will be restrained from many of our normal practices in serving together. To start we are having each person traveling with us complete a survey with questions concerning travel and illness related to COVID-19. Our plan during the trip is to make sure each person wears masks daily as we are serving in community and daily temperature checks will be administered. While social distancing will be a challenge, we will brainstorm ways we can focus on the task at hand while staying a safe distance from each other.

World Servants will also be working with our partner communities to determine when and how we can serve to protect them as well as our volunteers. Each community may look different in terms of how volunteers can serve that will make a difference.

We will continue to update all our stakeholders as governments, communities, and travel opens around the world.