Gift Consecration and Presentation | November 5, 11:00 am Worship Service
Nury Janania, the Honduran director of Friends of Barnabas Foundation, will join us for our 11:00 am worship service on Sunday, November 5. We will consecrate Reveille’s gift during the service with the gift presentation and reception following in the welcome center. Those who have served in Honduras with Friends of Barnabas in the past are especially encouraged to attend.
Reveille has a long-standing relationship with Friends of Barnabas, sending a mission team to Honduras each summer to provide medical care for impoverished children. Through this contribution of $48,000, we will be supporting the organization’s Extended Care program for children whose medical needs go beyond the care provided by the Community Health clinics. This funding is made possible through the generosity of the anonymous donor who blessed Reveille with a gift of $1 million.
Sign Up Now for the 2018 Mission Trip
Reveille's Outreach Ministry plans to send another mission team to Honduras, July 21-29, 2018, through the Friends of Barnabas Foundation. We would like to thank John Salmon for stepping up to lead the team next year.
Do you feel called to be part of a mission team serving the people of Honduras?
Do you speak Spanish?
Do you have medical, dental, or vision training and seek to improve the lives of those who don't have such regular care?
Do you have administrative skills and a desire to serve as assistant team leader?
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions or would like more information, please contact Stu Blain.
Reveille partners with the Friends of Barnabas Foundation to send a team of 12 – 16 people on a medical mission trip to Honduras. The team includes doctors, dentists, nurses, translators, and general helpers.
Past Mission Trips
Reveille UMC participates in a variety of domestic and international mission trips, including:
Summer 2016The combined youth mission and choir tour went to New Orleans to work with the Epworth Project, which is based in Slidell, Louisiana. Through the Epworth Project youth and adults worked to rebuild homes and communities, including home repairs and maintenanceand assisting local non-profits with clothing and food distributions. In addition to these projects the youth choir was also in mission through music. Photos
New Orleans, Louisiana | July 9-17 | All Youth (Grades 6-12)
International Mission Trip for High School YouthEvery other year, high school youth participate in an international mission trip. In prior years, they have traveled to El Salvador to build homes through Habitat for Humanity’s Global Village initiative.
Summer 2016The international mission went to Central Valley, Costa Rica, to work with Strong Missions, which is affiliated with the United Methodist Volunteers in Mission program. Through Strong Missions, youth and adults worked to build and repair facilities in the community, and supported a feeding program, Loaves and Fishes.
Costa Rica: July 30- August 7 | Classes of 2016 and 2017
Mission Team Blog | Photos
Jeremiah Project Mission Trip for Middle School | July 9-15
An outstanding mission opportunity for rising 7-9 graders in Romney, West Virginia.
Youth Choir Mini Mission Trip | July 20-23The youth will travel to Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. for performances and mission opportunities.
Eastern Shore Mission Trip | July 30-August 5Youth ages 16 (by July 30) and up are invited to attend the Eastern Shore Habitat for Humanity youth mission trip this summer. The group will work on homes with fun opportunities during the trip. One day will be spent at Chincoteague on the beach. Lodging will be at Franktown United Methodist Church.
Kaleidoscope Music, Worship Arts, and Mission Week | August 7-10A choir camp for rising third-sixth graders. The Kaleidoscope camp is a fun-filled week of singing, ringing, drumming, Orff, crafts, mission work, and recreation. This year's camp will be held at St. Mark's United Methodist Church in Midlothian. James Wells, a nationally known choir clinician from Brentwood UMC in Tennessee will be the director.
Honduras Medical Mission | July 8-16, 2017Reveille partners with the Friends of Barnabas Foundation to send a team of 12 – 16 people on a medical mission trip to Honduras. The team includes doctors, dentists, nurses, translators, and general helpers. Contact Stuart Blain or Lynne Blain for more information.