Mission Possible Mission Trip to the Dominican Republic
June 11-18, 2023
Spend 7 days with our mission team to make a difference in the lives of others!
Our days are spent in our mission communities completing various tasks. Painting, building, repairing, visiting with families, preparing lunch, interacting with children and members of our mission community. In the evenings, we head back to the hotel and enjoy dinner together as a large group. We have time to reflect on our days. Talk in small groups. Discuss how faith is present in our experiences. Throughout the week we take small trips to visit the market, tin city, a local restaurant, the Basilica and may have a couple hours to visit the beach together.
At the end of your trip you will come back filled. Sometimes changed. You will bring home priceless lessons and experiences that stay with you for years to come. God blesses every sacrifice. What we do for others, we do for him. Your 7 days, and many years after, will be blessed!
If you are interested in joining us on our next trip please contact Sarah Krieger at [email protected]
DATES: JUNE 11-18, 2023
AIRPORT: Punta Cana
LOCATION: Higuey, Dominican Republic
LODGING: Hotel Don Carlos in Higuey
WHO CAN GO: Anyone age 15 or older
Deposit Due at the time of Registration: $100
First Payment Due March 30th: $500
Second Payment Due April 15th: $500
Third Payment Due May 15th: $500
If you are over 18, you must be Virtus trained (www.virtus.org) NO EXCEPTIONS
To apply for the trip please fill out the form below – in addition to the form below a $100 non-refundable deposit will need to be sent to Mission Possible (929 Pearl Rd. Brunswick, Ohio 44212) in order to complete your application.
Mission Possible June 2023 Registration
Mission Possible 2023 June Registration Form
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Here’s what other had to say about their Mission Possible experience:
“I went into the trip knowing only that I wanted to make a difference in someone’s life. I quickly learned that Mission Possible was going to make a difference in my life, the people whom we are serving’s lives and all the people whom I was serving with.” – Claire June ’14, St. Joseph Academy student
“There is no place that I have visited that I have felt or saw God’s presence more than on the Mission Possible trips to the Dominican Republic. One of the most amazing experience was seeing the progress that the new community has made in just one year. When I left at the end of the 2013 trip, five families had moved in, the community center was done, there were five foundations, and the foundation for the Church was completed with rebar pointing to the sky. A year later when I returned, there were now ten houses completed, and five houses ready to be painted. The image that will be ingrained in my memory for a long time was entering the Church for the first time. The clean simple tile and dark wood pews and altar that fill the church show the importance of faith in the Dominican culture. This Church is what brings the missionaries and locals together. The celebration of mass with the Bishop combined English and Spanish for all present to celebrate in the new village. Toward the end of this year’s trip, I watched a grader create a new street in the village and could not help but liken it to the parable of the vine and the branches. As we continue to work through god, the vine, there will always be new branches. With this in mind, I cannot wait to return in the future to see the continued progress of the Lord.” – Chris June ’13 ’14
“Our theme was “Somos el Cuerpo de Cristo” (We are the Body of Christ) and it was truly inspiring to see everyone on the trip come together as one body to be the hands and feet of Christ to the people we were able to serve in the Dominican Republic. Regardless of age, experience, background, or talent, everyone was able to come together as one and use their gifts in service. We found that while we were there to serve others, we also wound up serving each other, and being served by those we met in the community.”– Caitlin June ‘14