World Mission Trips 2022-2023

St. Martin’s offers many meaningful opportunities to participate in short-term missions that are designed with both individuals and families in mind. Activities while on mission will vary based on the partner organization and destination. Trip specifics, including costs and important dates, are kept up-to-date below.

Scholarships are available for both domestic and international trips to cover one-third of the trip land cost. Click here for mission trip scholarship criteria.

For scholarship information, contact World Missions at 713-985-3819 or worldmission@stmartinsepiscopal.org.

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High School International Mission Trip: El Salvador

June 26-July 2, 2022

This trip is filled, but check back soon for information about next year.

Join us for an adventure in discipleship as we travel to El Salvador to work alongside longtime missionary Kurt Ackermann and his organization Sus Hijos. We will partner with them on several projects over the course of a week including building a house, feeding the homeless and spending time with the forgotten youth of San Salvador. Students will be required to fill out an application and be active participants in Student Ministry Programs.

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Adult/Family International Mission Trip: El Salvador

March 11-15, 2023

Join us as we travel to El Salvador in 2023 in partnership with longtime missionary Kurt Ackermann and his organization Sus Hijos. Check back for more information regarding costs and registration. Contact World Missions at 713-985-3811 or worldmission@stmartinsepiscopal.org with questions.

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Middle School Summer Mission Trip to San Antonio

This summer, middle school students will head to San Antonio to work with the non-profit organization, Blueprint Ministries. Students will help rebuild single-family homes by performing basic construction work such as roofing, flooring repair, drywall work and painting. They also will share the love of Jesus Christ by establishing relationships with homeowners and sharing each other’s life stories.

This mission trip is closed.

Students entering sixth grade in the fall of 2021 through graduating eighth grade in May can participate in this mission trip.