HOUSTON

7th Grade
HHouston Journeys give students opportunities to serve at the Mission of Yahweh and lead at the women’s and children’s homeless shelter while providing outreach services alongside partner Generation One.

DATES

  • HOUSTON 1

    June 2 – 8

  • HOUSTON 2

    June 9 – 15

  • HOUSTON 3

    June 16 – 22

  • HOUSTON 4

    June 23 – 29

  • HOUSTON 5

    July 7 – 13

  • HOUSTON 6

    July 14- 20

COST

HOUSTON Journeys

$600

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    SCHEDULE

    TRAININGDATETIMELOCATIONDETAILS
    PARENT/STUDENT
    MEETING
    FEB 105:00p - 6:30pCenter Court WESTMeet your team and hear detailed info about your site, finances, prayer support, etc.

    Both a parent and student must be present.
    TEAM TRAININGSFEB 17
    MAR 31
    MAY 5
    12:45p - 3:45pCenter Court EASTLunch will be provided.

    Mandatory for all journey participants.
    FINAL PARENT/STUDENT MEETINGMAY 15
    7pmCenter Court WESTHear final Journey details at this Wednesday night meeting. 

    Both parent and student must be present.
    SENDOFFMAY 19All ServicesLog in to your MY JOURNEY page for your team's assignment.Teams will be prayed over and sent off by the church. 

    Wear your 2019 Road shirt!
    CELEBRATIONAUG 97pmCenter Court WestCome celebrate what God has done through this mission season! Families welcome.

    PARTNERS

    The Mission of Yahweh has served homeless women and their children since 1961. The doors are always open for families in crisis. MOY is a truly unique refuge that not only gives food, clothing and shelter, but also is committed to helping residents to become self-sufficient, productive members of society.   The Mission supports more than 2,300 residential stays each month. They also provide thousands of Houston/Carverdale-area residents with donations of food, clothing, school supplies and other necessities.

    Generation One is committed to the spiritual growth and physical rebuilding of the impoverished areas of the Third Ward of  Houston. They direct a tremendous amount of time, love, and education towards the youth in the community, as well as work hard to improve the overall quality of life for all community  residents.

    ACCOMMODATIONS

    These journeys are OVERNIGHT TRIPS. Teams will stay overnight at Faith Center Houston with adult leaders and site staff.  Guys' and girls' rooms are separated by a hallway. Meals will be prepared by the team in the center's kitchen.
    6:30 Breakfast crew
    7:00 Breakfast and lunch prep
    7:30 Devos
    8:15 Fast Break
    8:30 Leave for Generation 1
    9-11:45 Worksite with Generation 1
    11:45 Leave for the Mission of Yahweh
    12-12:30 Lunch
    12:30-1:00 Prep for ministry
    1-3:00 Ministry
    3:00 Ministry debrief
    3:30 Leave for Faith Center
    5:30 Dinner prep
    6:15 Dinner
    6:45 Clean up
    8:00 Team time
    10:30 Lights out