Nassau, Bahamas Mission Trips

Desperate to flee abysmal conditions in Haiti, thousands of refugees have risked their lives to come to the capital of the Bahamas, hoping for a new start.

But with no money, no jobs and no homes, they are trapped in a desperate struggle to survive.  Local pastors and aid ministries do all they can to provide help to this growing population, but the need for housing and education is enormous. Your Mission Discovery team will help construct churches and daycare facilities, repair homes and lead Children’s Bible School in poor Bahamian and Haitian communities.  Groups will also connect through visits to a juvenile detention center and the All Saints AIDS Camp.

The last day of your mission trip is set aside for souvenir shopping, relaxing, and spending time on one of Nassau's loveliest beaches.

  • Lodging:  Teams are housed at a local camp equipped with showers, bunk-style cabins, and a basketball court for relaxing after a hard day of work.
  • 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 in the camp kitchen.  Lunches are sandwiches on the worksite.
  • Transportation:  Once your team lands in Nassau, all your ground transportation is take care of by Mission Discovery.
  • Daily Work:  Your team will be actively involved in construction and outreach to communities in need.  Construction can involve mixing concrete, home repair or even painting projects.  Teams lead children's Bible school at the detention center as well as at local churches.

*Trip cost is price plus registration fee.

Trip Dates

6/24/18 to 6/30/18
High School, College Age
$730* /$705 Early Bird
7/1/18 to 7/7/18
High School, College Age
$730* /$705 Early Bird

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Trip News

March 31, 2016 by Courtney Rivera
We recently spent a week in Nassau, Bahamas with some lovely folks.  We served in one of the largest public schools in the area.  Sadie Curtis Primary School has almost 1,000 students in attendance and every single one of them got to hear the Gospel during our week there.  
November 20, 2014 by Michael Kneff
I leaned in and whispered in Florenta’s ear, “Jesus says, ‘I love you very much.’” She leaned back and grinned. Then she pulled me closer and whispered in my ear, “He loves you very much, and he thinks you are kind and wonderful…” It was a simple exchange of words that had a lasting impact. That was the moment Lauren Kemp fell in love with the Bahamas. Her conversation with Florenta changed her view of the work she was doing.
January 15, 2013 by Maury Buchanan
“We pastors are being killed by the professionalizing of the pastoral ministry. The mentality of the professional is not the mentality of the prophet. It is not the mentality of the slave of Christ. Professionalism has nothing to do with the essence and heart of the Christian ministry. The more professional we long to be, the more more spiritual death we will leave in our wake.” These words appear in John Piper's book "Brothers, We Are Not Professionals: A Plea to Pastors for Radical Ministry."
January 11, 2012 by Maury Buchanan
Meet the Greatest People in the World: First meet Mayra, who saw children in poverty living near her family home in the hills surrounding Antigua. These children had little purpose, and little hope for a future. So Mayra and her family decided to do something about it. They purchased a run-down building and turned it into a school. Now more than a hundred attend, so many that they had to find a bigger building!
June 2, 2011 by Rich Rohde
Work projects have been identified for all five weeks that teams that will be serving at Mission Discovery projects in Nassau, Bahamas. Some teams will continue the project of building a house for a Haitian immigrant family that has been living in a dilapidated shack for years. Mission Discovery teams began building a house for Anna Wilson and her family a few years ago. We hope that 2011 teams will be able to complete the roof of the house.