Connect Mission Trips -Seattle

Many would say Seattle’s beauty is defined by it’s popular attractions such as the space needle, the troll bridge, Pike Place Market, or Mt. Reiner.  But we’ve discovered beauty beyond the flare of the city, and in the hearts of the almost forgotten.  

Seattle’s homeless population continues to soar.  Anyone driving into the city will notice entire tent communities under the interstate bridges.  Your Mission Discovery team will partner will local churches and organizations to provide food and clothing to those in need and learn how to effectively promote Christ in a hurting city.  Experience the true beauty of one of the nations most popular cities.

Lodging:  Team will stay in a church in Seattle.  Teams must bring cots or air matresses, all bedding and tolietries for this trip.  The lodging location is safe and secure for teams.
Food:  Meals are provided for the team at the church.  Sandwiches are provided for the lunch meal on the worksite.
Transportation:  Teams must provide their own ground transportation to the daily worksites.
Daily Work:  Includes working with the homeless, distribute food and organize children's Bible school.

*Trip cost is price plus registration fee.

Trip Dates

6/11/18 to 6/16/18
High School
$325* /$300 Early Bird
6/18/18 to 6/23/18
High School, Jr Sr High Mixed, Jr. High
$325* /$300 Early Bird

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June 18, 2015
We dodged splatters of water coming our way as we hit the wake from other boats.  Captain Kieth was at the wheel and we were on a venture to see the skyline of Seattle from the water.  Something to know about Captain Keith, he is also a paster in North Seattle.  He came here along with his family and a core group of college leaders from Minnesota with a vision to plant a church in an area of Seattle thirsting for the hope Christ offers.  So after six years of ministry in North Seattle, Captain Kieth and his friend were given this boat to take care of.
March 10, 2015 by Nathan Walters
My friend Joel recently told me what a “Dutch Front” is. He lives in Pella, Iowa, a blue collar mostly Dutch community known for their windows and farming equipment. He says walking the streets of downtown Pella is a reality check for him. All of the buildings have a Dutch front – a really well maintained simple piece of architecture, but when you walk through the alleys you would never know you were in the same town. They are as dirty as any other alley you can think of.