COST: $695.00
TRIP LENGTH: 7 Days (Friday – Thursday)
Available year-round, minimum 12 people
Ages: 16+, families 10+

Children’s Ministry/VBS; Service Projects (construction, repair work, painting, clean-up work); Children’s Hospital; Park/Village Outreaches (ex. garbage dump village); Prison Ministry; Recreational/Competitive Sports; Local Church Services; Prayer Walks; Evangelism; Orphanage/Children’s Home; Medical/Dental; Local Schools (observe classes, lead chapel, and participate in recess activities)

  • Accommodations in dormitory style rooms, or Bed & Breakfast with purified water
  • Three meals per day while on outreach, one meal on arrival and departure days
  • Customized outreach, set-up, and debrief led by experienced COI missionary staff
  • Uniquely Designed T-shirt
  • Transportation to/from Tegucigalpa Airport (TGU) and Outreach Locations
  • Unlimited consultations, personal coaching on fundraising, live interactive training classes
  • Contact and fellowship with team of Honduran nationals and church
  • Time for Fun and Sightseeing

  • Ministry supplies (work projects, VBS supplies, etc.)
  • One Meal per day while on Outreach
  • Air Travel to/from Tegucigalpa Airport (TGU)
  • Required Travel Documents
  • Tips for van drivers
  • Sightseeing and other personal expenses

  Our mission team just returned from a week of incredible ministry in the Dominican Republic.  Our COI team leader helped to coordinate a stretching and challenging construction project in the village of Santa Fe.  We dug trenches for foundations on the new school building; cut; bent, and positioned re-bar; mixed and poured hundreds of yards of concrete; and thoroughly enjoyed working side by side with many adults and kids in the community.  For many in our team this was their first cross-cultural experience and God used it to impact their lives in ways we couldn’t imagine.  – DA

The capital city of Tegucigalpa and the surrounding area provide exciting places for ministry. COI offers a variety of outreach activities at this site with the highlights including working at local children’s hospitals and up-close and personal work at a home for children who have been orphaned, abandoned, and abused.  This home has a dormitory that serves as our base.  We also do outreach in schools and a needy community operating and living beside a large trash dump in the area.

Most COI groups that have ministered in the prison say it was a highlight of their trip. No need to be afraid of reaching out in the prison to the 18th street gang with God’s love and grace! All in all, an outreach in the beautiful country of Honduras will prove to be a rich and rewarding experience for all!