2022 High School Missions Trip

On this year's mission trip we will be working with TEAMeffort in Copperhill, TN from July 17-23. We’ll be serving the poor with home repair. Students will earn up to 35 hours of community service on this trip.

Cost and Deposit

Trip Cost is $435. We'll be doing mission envelopes to allow church members to help fund the trip, so the final cost may be less.

To reserve a spot students must make a $100 deposit by April 24.

Make an Online Payment

Cost includes meals, t-shirt, whitewater rafting trip, transportation, and lodging.


We’ll be staying in bunkhouses at the Whitewater Camp in the mountains. They have an outdoor chapel, sports fields, and a dining hall where we’ll have meals when we’re on site at the camp. 



  • Check-in 5-7pm 
  • Chapel at 8pm 


  • Breakfast and devotion 
  • Work at mission sites 
  • Lunch, go back to work 
  • Free time 
  • Dinner 
  • Chapel & Group time 


  • Breakfast 
  • Half-day work 
  • Free half-day 
  • Closing Chapel service 


  • Breakfast 
  • Free day 
  • Friday Night Fellowship 


  • Breakfast and Check-out 


  • Work clothes (clothes you wouldn’t mind getting dirty)
  • Athletic shoes/work shoes (no open-toed shoes/thinly soled shoes )
  • Clothes for free time and evening programs (think TVR dress code)
  • Refillable water bottle
  • Bathing suit
  • Bible, pencil/pen
  • Sleeping bag or twin-sized linens and pillow
  • Toiletries & bath towel
  • Insect repellent
  • Flashlight
  • Work gloves
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen 

Download Packing List and Schedule


  • Merica Monday
  • Tie Dye Tuesday
  • Work Shirt Wednesday
  • Half Day Hat Day


St. Paul UMC Parental Consent Form (must be filled out once per school year) 

TEAMeffort Permisson Slip  (must be filled out and notarized)


Past Trips

2021 Mission Trip

Take a look at some of the ways our students served, and how they connected people to Jesus, on our 2021missions trips. 

  PICTURES FROM 2021'S TRIP to orlando

2019 Spring Break Mission Trip Recap

In 2019 our High School students travelled to Port Joe, Florida to help with hurricane clean up.