In The World
We are deeply committed to sharing God’s love in the world. To reflect that commitment, Westminster regularly sends teams to four vastly different countries where we have developed partnerships – Haiti, Nicaragua, Kenya and Mexico. Our ministry ranges from working in orphanages to building homes, and there are opportunities for all ages and skill levels. All that’s needed is a desire to serve and an open heart. The relationships we build are most transformative.
Going on a mission trip can be a life-changing experience, and we want everyone interested to be able to participate. Westminster heavily subsidizes trip costs, and confidential scholarships are available for those needing assistance. Please contact Ann Morris or Butch Sherrill.
Information for 2017 mision trip opportunities is now available. Registraton runs from Jan. 15 - Feb. 17.
To read the stories of five first-time mission trip participants, click here.
To see a short video about the impact of Westminster’s mission work, on those serving and on those served, click here.
We fund our mission work through a variety of projects—see how you can support this work.
We also provide financial support to missionaries around the world, including Andy and Ellen Collins.
In addition, Westminster provides financial and prayer support to numerous organizations. See the full list.
Founded in 2006 through a generous gift by a church member, Westminster’s Kenya Ministry has developed into a rich tapestry of relationships and partnerships. Teams spend time in schools, churches, orphanages and a hospital – all organizations that Westminster supports in various ways.
After a highly successful initial mission trip to Nicaragua in 2016, this year Westminster will send two teams, serving with our partners HOI and Communidad Connect. Both organizations have long track records of working to improve the lives of people in Central America through economic and community development, and health and education program...
In the poorest country in the Western hemisphere, we strive to serve as the hands and feet of Christ. We partner with Family Health Ministries, a Durham-based organization that supports Haitian communities in their efforts to build and sustain healthy families.
Founded in 2006 through a generous gift by a church member, Westminster’s Kenya ministry has developed into a rich tapestry of relationships and partnerships. Teams spend time in schools, churches, orphanages and a hospital – all organizations that Westminster supports in various ways.