Mission Trips

Mountains to Mountains Ministries takes very seriously the lessons in Scripture on compassion, grace, and mercy.

God has called us to model His love by ministering to and with our Haitian brothers and sisters. We also understand that Christ’s main concern is not material poverty, but spiritual poverty. And when we tangibly provide for the overwhelming immediate physical need, we give the gospel credibility. As we serve, God is honored, needs are met, and we grow in our walk with Him. The Bible commands us, “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you;” (Matthew 28:19, 20a).

If you feel God might be leading you to explore serving as a missionary through Mountains to Mountains Ministries, or if you have any questions, please contact us.

Mountains to Mountains will be facilitating two mission trips to Jerusalem Children’s Home orphanage (JCH) in Bombardopolis, Haiti. Two mission trips, with two distinct objectives:

Winter Team

Evangelistic Missions Trip

The focus of the winter trip is evangelistic in nature. We want to give pastors, teachers, and evangelists an opportunity to come and share the Word of God, at three church locations, that make up the JCH network. JCH is an independent ministry, not affiliated with any particular denomination, which opens the door to various theological points of view. As always, there will be opportunity to invest in a work project, such as painting or repair of JCH facilities.

Summer Team

Work Missions Trip

The summer trip is longer, running about 10-12 days. This allows a lot of time for team members to engage with the children of the orphanage. In addition, we will focus on building projects alongside Haitian workers, a food distribution, evangelism, and other projects that may arise that our Lord sees fit to use us for. We will be looking to assemble a team of 10-15 individuals (age 15 to adult). No experience necessary, just a willingness to serve. We encourage parents to travel with their minor child(ren), but it is not required.