Jamaica Mission Trips for Adults and Families

Eden is a small village set back in the hills and rain forests of Jamaica. In this tiny town, the Jamaica Christian School for the Deaf ministers to hearing impaired and special needs children whose families could not otherwise afford such excellent attention and care. Mission Discovery short term mission teams spend a week serving at the Jamaica Christian School for the Deaf.  Projects can include mixing concrete, building new dorms and classrooms, teaching a class for deaf children, creating safe play areas for the children, or building/repairing perimeter fences. Your team will also lead a Children’s Bible school in the area and spend time at a local children's home.

The last day of your mission trip is set aside for shopping and relaxing on Montego Bay's Hip Strip!  It's filled with festive shops and is the location of Doctor's Cave private beach where you'll relax and unwind from your week of hard work.

  • Lodging:  Teams are housed at a local Montego Bay hotel.  It is just a short drive from the airport.  
  • Food:  One of the experiences of every Mission Discovery camp is the attention to providing good food!  Breakfast and dinner meals are prepared buffet style by the wonderful hotel staff.  Lunches are sandwiches on the worksite.
  • Transportation:  Once you land in Montego Bay, all your ground transportation is taken care of by Mission Discovery.
  • Daily Work:  Daily work includes mixing concrete, painting, various school repair projects and a local outreach to children through children's Bible school.

This adult and family mission trip in Montego Bay, Jamaica fills quickly. Both individuals and groups are welcome to sign up.

*Trip cost is price plus registration fee.

Trip Dates

10/14/18 to 10/20/18
Family, Adult
$700* /$675 Early Bird

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