Team options

 

 

 
 
Mission-Teams.org
Mission International sends teams to various parts of Africa and Asia during the course of a year, with options to South/Central America coming on stream soon.   Teams are often made up of individuals from local churches, community groups and schools.   The experience of being part of a Mission International team can revolutionise your life and change the course of your future.   To find out more about Mission International teams use this Mission Teams link. 
 
  
 
This Mission International project sends medical/dental/laboratory practitioners out to serve in the developing world as missioners.   To find out more follow this Mission Medics link.

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In recent year Mission International has provided personnel, support and advice to schools wishing to take teams into the developing world.   To find out more click here or contact us on mail@mission-international.org
 
 
 
 
 
 
Church/Community group Teams:
Your church or community group may wish to develop a team to serve with one of Mission International's partners.  We can provide you with the approriate links and with the training, even a team leader for your team experience.   Please get in touch with us on mail@mission-international.org to discuss your options further.
 
Construction Teams:
You may have the skills or just the desire to be part of a construction team willing to raise funds here in the UK and then go and get involved in the construction of a Mission International project somewhere in the developing world.  If so please click on the image 'Tradesperson Alert! to see more information.
 
If you know of trades people somewhere in your community or church group who you think might be interested in such an adventure please let them know about this option.  You can print off the 'Tradesperson Alert' leaflet and pin it on a notice board or hand it to someone who you think might be interested. 
  
To find out more about Mission International's teams
please click here


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Hugh Henderson,
5 Mar 2010, 05:57
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Hugh Henderson,
2 Apr 2011, 11:31
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