Obviously, because of COVID, a lot has changed in the world. For us at Project:Re³, one of the biggest changes is to our yearly mission trips. In 2020, we went from 5-6 trips a year to just one. As countries begin to reopen their borders, we will once again jump right back into bringing the hope and love of Jesus to those around the world.
At Project:Re³, missions, both domestic and international, is a huge part of who we are and what we do. We strive to partner and walk alongside like-minded mission organizations and missionaries who also see our calling as followers of Jesus to RESTORE, REBUILD, and RENOVATE that which is broken.
In the past eight years, Project:Re³ has sent 265 people on 27 mission trips including mission teams that served in Peru, Jamaica, Uganda, Kenya, Mexico, Guatemala, Pine Ridge, SD (Indian Reservation), North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.

Youth Mission Trip 2022

Where: Roanoke, VA
When: July 3rd-9th, 2022
Who: All current 6th-12th grade students
Cost: $465 per person (includes transportation, food, lodging, and materials)
Deadline: $50 Deposit Due 12/31/21

As you likely approach Roanoke from one direction or another on Interstate 81, the mountains and greenery will have impressed you for quite a while. Roanoke is a city with impressive buildings, a cool downtown, and rolling hills everywhere you look. Hidden in this southwestern Virginia city are nearly 100,000 people. When you look around, you won’t know where they could all possibly be! However, once you meet these genteel southern folks, you’ll be glad you found them.

Roanoke has impressive schools, colleges, parks, entertainment, restaurants, and more. But just like any major city, the cool parts are often only a few blocks away from surprisingly poor conditions. You can drive through entire sections of the city that simply cry out for help. Neighborhoods look like they haven’t been improved or maintained for 20 years or more. There are many small homes clearly owned by seniors who have called Roanoke home for their entire lives but cannot maintain the property. Families are in situations where no amount of hours at an inadequate wage will cover all their bills and needs.

Our group will remember their trip to Roanoke for years to come. But even more than their trip, they’ll remember the people they met and served.