How much of a difference can a week make? More than you think. We partner with Manna Worldwide to share Jesus’ love with people around the world. Together, our churches are making a lasting impact in the communities we serve.Get To Know Our Missionaries
Around the world, children are growing up without parents, without a safe place to call home, and without an education. Granite United Missions gives these children hope and a future by supporting Manna WorldWide.
By partnering with local churches, we’re able to participate in ministry that continues long after our team comes home. Jesus started one organization in His time on Earth—the local church. The local church is the hope of the world. And when we work together, we begin to see The Great Commission happening before our eyes:
Since partnering with Manna, Granite United volunteers have helped build a home for boys in Uganda and seen hundreds of people ask Jesus into their lives.
But mission trips don’t just change the lives of those we serve. Mission trips change those who go as well. Seeing God at work around the world will expand your understanding of who He is and the power of His church.
No, you do not have to be a member of Granite United to apply. We do give preference to members who volunteer at Granite United Church. You can learn more about Serving here.
For these trips we ask for the participants to be at least 16 years old. Anyone under the age of 18 must have parental consent to participate on a trip.
All Missions Trips are seven days, including travel.
Yes. Traveling outside the United States requires an up-to-date passport. Passports cost approximately $175. On how to apply for a U.S. Passport visit here.
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You don’t have to travel across the world to make a difference in someone's life. When you give towards Granite United Missions, you can support a specific trip participant or give to the team as a whole. By giving toward a mission trip, you are investing in life change for trip participants as well as the people they serve.Sponsor A Trip