Spring Break Mission Trips

   Campus Announcements | Posted on March 14, 2019

Here is a glimpse of three of the places where Andrews University students, faculty and staff will be serving during spring break:


On March 15, 2019, the Pioneer Memorial Church Youth Missions team, led by Glenn Russell, chair of the Department of Religion & Biblical Languages, and Rodney Palmer, assistant professor of religion, will depart for Beirut, Lebanon, where they will be involved in campus ministries on three campuses with students from many religions and cultures. They will be conducting four meetings each day as well as interacting extensively with students, staff and faculty. Additionally, they will spend some time at the Syrian refugee center. To learn more, visit this link.


Each year in the senior year of the BSN pre-licensure program, nursing students take a course on intercultural mission service. The objective of this course is to show students how they can practically use their nursing skills for mission purposes. During spring break, this year’s senior class will be traveling to Belize. To learn more about their past mission trips, visit this link.

This year, for the first time, some students at Andrews are embarking on a mission trip to Pucallpa, Peru for spring break. These students will be holistically ministering to the needs of the people of this area. The students will hold free medical clinics, do construction and VBS, and conduct an evangelistic series. In addition, the students will also do a Care Drive on their last day with the residents, donating to more than 50 families bags of food, clothing, evangelistic material such as magabooks, and free haircuts for the kids. Please keep us in your prayers. If you would like to support this mission, please contact Joffre St.Hilaire at gerard@andrews.edu.