Sierra Service Project (SSP) will send three teams of young people motivated to put their faith into action to Honduras this summer, to build homes. (Volunteers work alongside Hondurans to build two simple, but safe and dry homes.)
Participants will have the opportunity to be immersed in the culture and life of one of the poorest countries in the Americas.
SSP will send volunteers June 23-July 7 and July 14-28.
Nanci Paulson, a longtime SSP volunteer, supporter, and board member from Camarillo, California, will lead Team 1 to Talanga.
During the second session there will be two teams in-country. The Rev. Kathleen Day, campus minister for Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, will lead Team 2A to Danlí and La Jagua, while the Rev. Beth Rambikur, a past SSP staffer and the current Associate Pastor at Green Valley Methodist Church in Henderson, Nevada, will lead Team 2B to Tegucigalpa.
The cost is only $1,800. Participants register as individuals and must be mature high school juniors or seniors, or college-age young adults.
Registration will close for the Honduras Service Project on May 14.