One thing we can say from the very start ... M/V Pacific Hope does NOT offer you an average Caribbean cruise experience. It offers so much more, in so many ways, to those who choose to board … and SERVE.
A chance to learn more about how you can serve aboard M/V Pacific Hope this summer will take place Wednesday morning, January 29, at Grace Presbyterian Church, 2801 N. Garfield, Midland, Texas,
The M/V Pacific Hope is a ship which demonstrates the love of Jesus Christ by providing medical care, construction and education to those in need. Since 2013, the M/V Pacific Hope has helped meet the needs of people who are victims of natural disaster, isolation, poverty and disease with the purpose of sharing God's love and the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Ship life is not for everyone! It requires strong work ethic, great team work, flexibility, and an adventurous spirit. In response to the devastation caused from Hurricane Marina, the M/V Pacific Hope will be serving the island of Dominica on an ongoing commitment basis for 3 years, beginning in 2018. Volunteers are accepted on a rolling/need basis.
For more information about the program, you may visit the PH website at https://www.mvpacifichope.org/
Grace Presbyterian Church will host a meeting with the head of Pacific Hope, for those interested in finding out more about a possible mission trip. It will be at 7:00 am, in the church’s Koinonia Room at Grace on Wednesday January 29. It should be an hour or less, and will include light breakfast items and coffee for participants.
For more information, or questions about the meeting, please contact Craig Brown at (432) 770-7987..