Christ Chapel’s College Ministry is going to serve and love the people of Belize! Our team will travel to the southern part of the country where our brothers and sisters are in need. We will be running a children’s program where we get to love kids as Christ does, and we’ll also get to tackle several construction projects to bless these people!
Evenings will be spent at our hotel, worshiping and bonding as a community. Days will be spent pouring out everything we have in the surrounding villages. It will be a trip that (most likely) changes your life!
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How to go
This is a short-term mission trip with Christ Chapel Bible Church, so we have a few more things to check off the list as we prepare to leave. Follow these 7 required steps to ensure you will be able to go!
- Address – List your current physical address, not your home address from before college.
- Travel Beneficiary – Type their first and last name, and their relationship to you. CCBC purchases travel insurance on your behalf. It is part of your trip cost. Please list a beneficiary for your insurance should something happen to you. This is most often a parent, spouse, sibling or child. DO NOT leave this blank or list yourself as the beneficiary! You will get an email when the insurance is purchased, about a week before your trip.
- Medical Limitations & Allergies – Fill this in if you have allergies that require medical attention (medicines, bee stings, etc.). If you have any medical limitations, please list here (asthma, diabetes, daily medications, etc. that are vital for health, not vitamins!)
- Emergency Contact – This is the person in the U.S. whom you want contacted in case of an emergency.
All the information gathered above will be given to your trip leader to access throughout the trip.
Use the below button (and make sure you’re logged in to your CCBC account) to access your trip funds:
"I was able to get to know a ton of new friends so deeply so quickly—which is honestly something I didn't think would happen ... and now I have an awesome community at the church!"
"I found my community, and I found a lot of friends that I am genuinely happy to be friends with. I never thought that would happen and I'm glad I went!"
For questions you have that aren’t already answered within the steps above in “How To Go,” check these out:
We are closely monitoring the CDC and the State Department’s website as they will communicate any changes in regard to travel restrictions. As of right now, you must have a negative COVID-19 test, taken within 1 day of your travel date or 3 days if you are also vaccinated.
Yes. We will work hard to help anyone out who might need some financial assistance. Fill out this Financial Assistance Form and someone from the Christ Chapel College Ministry Staff will follow up. Our hope is that no one is prevented from coming on this life-changing trip simply because of money. So please let us know and we’ll do everything we can to help!
We have been traveling to this same area of Belize since 2012 and we have never had a safety incident. Belize City is known for more crime; however, we spend the entire trip in the southern part of the country which has a much safer reputation. A few other reasons we feel safe is that we are always together in a large group, either working in a school or working on a construction project with the pastors who host us. We are also always back to the hotel before dark and the hotel is very nice and secured with guards and an entry gate for guests only.
We will have at least one official trip RN who is available to help take care of us, as well as a nearby reliable hospital. We will assess any and every injury/illness, and if it’s necessary we are able to fly any students back home.