Missions Week is currently full.  If you wish to be added to a waitlist in the event of a cancelation, please email jhi@perimeter.org

 

There is still availability for the 2018 RUSH conference.  Registration closes on Tuesday, May 15


Jhi Missions Week is an in-town project designed to encourage Jhi students to serve where they live, work and play. This week helps students build a community with other students centered on serving.  

 

Jhi partners with the Corners Outreach Ministry as they host a summer camp and build relationship with the children in the community.  To learn more about the Corners Outreach Ministry and support their ongoing mission, please check out their website.

It's going to be an amazing week! 

Who

Open to 60 Middle School Students (current 6th-8th grade)

When
  • Training:

    Sunday, June 10

    5:00 PM

    In the Shed


  • Missions Week: 

    Monday, June 11 - Friday, June 15

         Monday - Thursday: 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM

         Friday: 8:30 AM - 8:00 PM 

     

Where

Corners Outreach, check in and pick up at Bricks. We will end the week, Friday at Lake Lanier Islands.

Perimeter Cost
  • $80, includes transportation, White Water park ticket and lunch and dinner on Friday.

  • Lunch Meals are donated to the ministry each day.  Your student can participate in the lunch provided or they can bring their own.  Perimeter will provide a pizza lunch on Friday. 


If you would like more information, please contact jhi@perimeter.org.


  • Other Missions Trip
     
    Guatemala Missions Trip, May 26 - June 2

    This is a great trip for Jhi students, families or D-groups.  Visit Guatemala and partner with Medical Mission Ministries to empower churches across Guatemala to be influential in their communities.  Team members work through translators to pray with the people who visit the clinics, talk with them and share the gospel.  You will also work in the pharmacy, help with children's programs, assist the dentist or work in triage taking blood pressure and temperature of the patients.  Please contact Bill Sandman.