One of the ways CCV helps people become fully devoted followers of Jesus is through short-term international mission trips. There are many reasons to consider short-term missions – the opportunity to serve people around the world, to share the message of hope that God loves them, as well as to grow in your relationship with Jesus.

Below are the locations and dates of this year’s trips as well as information on CCV’s other international partnerships around the globe. If you have questions about mission trips, contact Pastor of Outreach, Dan Reischel at or 610.792.0777 ext. 230.

Guatemala: Casas Por Cristo

CCV’s work with Casas Por Cristo represents the longest-running international partnership, dating back to 2007. In May of 2007, CCV sent its first ever short-term missions team to build a home for a family in the city of Juarez, Mexico. Since then, we’ve continued to send teams to work with Casas in both Mexico and Guatemala.

This year’s team is traveling to Guatemala July 22 – 28, 2018.

Trip registration is now closed.

For more information on the ministry of Casas Por Cristo, visit

Honduras: Lifeline Christian Mission

This is the first year CCV will send a team to Honduras. Lifeline will fashion this trip to the team’s strengths and abilities, while also offering standard activities to provide a comprehensive mission trip experience. Activities include hands-on projects, worshiping with the local church, ministering to kids and/or adults, devotion time with the team, and time to experience the culture and shop for local items. Additional ministry opportunities may be available based on the team member’s profession, skills, or abilities, such as sports clinics, leading workshops, health clinic work, etc.

Trip registration is now closed.

For more information on the ministry of Lifeline Christian Mission, visit

Haiti: Lifeline Christian Mission

Lifeline Christian Mission has served the people in the town of Grand Goave, Haiti (30 miles west of Port Au Prince) since 1980. CCV’s first trip to work with Lifeline took place in May of 2010, a few short months after the massive earthquake that devastated what was already the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Lifeline ministers to the town of Grand Goave through education, nutrition programs, and several churches they’ve helped to start throughout the surrounding area.

Trip registration is now closed.

For more information on the ministry of Lifeline Christian Mission, visit

Cambodia: Rapha House International

CCV’s partnership takes to Cambodia, Haiti, and Thailand to work with victims of human trafficking in partnership with Rapha House. The ministry of Rapha House seeks to rescue and heal young girls and provide them with counseling services, safe houses. and vocational training.

For more information about Rapha House go to

Kenya: Christian Missionary Fellowship

CCV’s partnership with CMF (Christian Missionary Fellowship) dates back to 2009. Our primary way of supporting CMF’s efforts in Nairobi’s Mathare Valley, one of the oldest and largest slums in the world, is through the Hope Partnership Child Sponsorship program. To date, over 300 CCVers sponsor a child in Kenya through the Hope Partnership.

If you’re interested in sponsoring a child through CMF’s “Hope Partnership” program, find out more HERE.

Northeast India: Team Expansion

CCV’s partnership with Team Expansion is designed to help spur a church planting movement in Northeast India, one of the most “unreached” areas on the face of the earth. After a successful scouting trip in January 2012, CCV is continuing, through its NextGen Campaign, to equip our local missionary, Avia, and reach the entire 1,000,000 unreached people in the area known locally as “Dawnlight.”

For more information on the ministry of Team Expansion visit