*This trip is full and we are no longer accepting applications.

Individual Cost:

Individual Cost: $1,250 (Price includes Airline tickets, Food, and Room) 

*Pricing is approximate and may be subject to change. 

Application Deadline:

October 31st, 2016 

Payment Deadlines: 

$100 deposit due once trip application is approved 

January 1st - $650 due ($750 total) 

February 1st - $250 due ($1,000 total) 

March 1st - $250 due ($1,250 total) 

*Payments/contributions are non-refundable and non-transferable. 
*Failure to meet payment deadlines may result in removal from trip. 

Project Leader:

Jimmy and Glynnis Randall 

About this Project:

Northwood Church will be traveling to several impoverished villages in Guatemala to share the gospel and 

provide basic medical care. Our team will provide a variety of services including: basic medical care, 

medicine and pharmacy services, vision and eyeglasses, dentistry, women’s health and hygiene services, 

daily vacation Bible School for the children, street evangelism, spiritual care, and supply distribution. 

*Each potential participant must attend at least one meeting in Pascagoula either on October 6th or
November 3rd at 6:30pm. Applying for this particular trip or attending the above meetings does not
automatically mean you will be going on the trip. The final group will be selected and notified in
December. From that point the group will meet on a monthly basis beginning in January. 

Who may come: 

Adults ages 25 and up (mature youth considered if coming with a parent and room allows). Medical 

experience is a plus but not required. 

 

What are the accommodations: 

You will stay in a mission house up in the mountains of Chimaltenango, Guatemala. It is two-story and 

comfortably sleeps 40 people (men upstairs and women downstairs). The house has dorm-style rooms 

that sleep 5 people each (with its own full bathroom and separate sink area). The house has electricity, 

clean well water, fans, a washer and dryer, a full kitchen and is safely located in the middle of a rural 

coffee plantation. 

What we will eat: 

Breakfast and dinner will be prepared and served at the mission house. Our group will take turns fixing 

lunch to bring on daily outreaches. There is no refrigeration after we leave the mission house so lunches 

will consist of mainly sandwiches and chips. Water is provided daily. Everyone can bring their own 

snacks. 

 

What should I bring: 

All linens and meals at the mission house are included in cost. Bring scrubs to wear (even non-medical 

people wear scrubs), comfortable closed-toe shoes, and something to wear to church on Sunday. Also 

bring personal hygiene items, Bible, snacks, and money for food during travel to/from Guatemala at 

airports. Money for shopping can be exchanged prior to arrival for those interested.