North Way is committed to transformational, intentional, and responsible trips, and prioritizes sending teams to and through corporately supported organizations and North Way global partners who are strategically engaged with orphaned and at-risk children. North Way considers short term mission trips a key discipleship tool in the life of a believer. A cross-cultural ministry trip, whether around the world or closer to home, has the potential to be truly life-changing. Trips usually last 7-10 days, and the training provided is designed not only to prepare participants for the trip, but to disciple them into becoming more devoted followers of Christ. Follow current mission teams and see what previous trips have done by clicking on the blog links. Information on upcoming trips and teams that are forming can be found on the Events page or click on the Short Term Mission Trip Applications link to see a current list of open trips. For more information or questions, please email Denine Henderson: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 724.935.6800 x1296.
A team is forming for a short-term mission trip to the city of Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Spend ten days serving vulnerable children and families in Honduras alongside one of North Way’s long time global partners, Dr. Lisa Anderson-Umana. Learn about new perspectives in transformational leadership, urban missions, and Latin American culture while staying with host families and at a retreat center where a life changing camping experience will be held for children whose families live and work in Tegucigalpa’s municipal garbage dump.
Interested in learning more about racial reconciliation, urban ministry, missions, and city transformation? Join this ten day urban plunge to the city of Philadelphia with Rev. Dr. Wayne Weathers and leaders from around the world for this immersive learning experience. This group will visit churches, nonprofit organizations, businesses, and historic sites while diving deep into diverse neighborhoods in Philadelphia to learn more about what God is doing there in order to be more equipped to make a difference in Pittsburgh.