This trip is for Women.
The main focus of this trip is to love on the women, children, and families of San Pedro Sula by partnering with local ministries. We will take the gospel into orphanages, schools, to the “bordo” (a village that borders the river), and a public hospital. It is an incredible experience that will have you grasping God’s love in an entirely different way. You will be welcomed by one of the most loving cultures and will feel the weight of what God has planned through mission work, even if it begins with just a hug.
YOU MUST HAVE YOUR PASSPORT IN HAND BEFORE YOU REGISTER.
Total trip cost: $1,750
$200 Deposit due at registration
Payment #1 – $675 Due July 20, 2020
Payment #2 – $350 Due August 17 , 2020
Payment #3 – $525 Due September 14, 2020 (this is the remaining balance)
Deadline to Register is August 23,2020
Where will we stay?
Our teams stay at a family-owned bed and breakfast that is owned and operated by a family from our CityHope Honduras campus. It is so classical to the style of the always present Honduran hospitality and I can assure you that you will feel right at home!
What will we eat?
All of your meals are “home cooked” at the bed and breakfast. We will eat local foods and get a taste of the Honduran culture and customary foods they eat. It’s very hard to accommodate food allergies in some countries, if you have food allergies, please let me know in advance.
Latin american food is some of the best in the entire world. With nearly every meal being home cooked, you’ll experience more than just a delicious taste. You’ll know that loving hands prepared your meal. One customary food is the red refried beans that often come in something called a Baleada (a tortilla with refried beans, Honduran creme, and cheese). They are common and delicious delicacy that set the basis for some of the cultural meals that you may come to love.
What should I bring?
Each trip is different and you’ll be given a packing list for this specific trip at the mission meeting. You will bring all the basic necessities for hygiene and living. Clothing is mainly shorts, jeans, t-shirts. Tennis shoes and sandals. Since Honduras can have a very warm to hot climate almost year round, it is recommended that you opt for clothing that will be comfortable but that won’t add any excess heat.
Do I need vaccines?
We recommend getting a current tetanus shot as well as hepatitis A&B. Always check the CDC for recommendations when traveling.