Wind River Missions Trip

Join us for a trip to Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming! This is a ministry and work trip with hands-on projects and opportunities to minister to the Native American people. You will be able to help host a Harvest Festival community outreach, visit a nursing home, help host a church service, work on a housing project, and more. Be expecting this trip to challenge, change, and transform your life and to take you to another level in your relationship with Christ. 

Dates: October 18-22
Cost: $400 (includes travel, lodging, and meals from Colorado Springs)
*Application and $50 deposit due July 15

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CONTACT

For more information, contact
Carrie Pendleton at 719-591-1800 or carrie.pendleton@churchforallnations.com.

ABOUT WIND RIVER INDIAN RESERVATION

Wind River Indian Reservation is the 7th largest Indian reservation in the United States. It is located in the desolate, but beautiful state of Wyoming. It is home to two Indian tribes. Of the population 8,177 are the Northern Arapaho Indians and 3,737 are the Eastern Shoshone Indians. We have seen first-hand the challenges that this reservation faces.

  • 75% of Native homes are affected by alcoholism.

  • Suicide is 2 in-a-half times higher than the national rate.

  • 95% of women and girls and 70% of boys have experienced sexual abuse.

  • 85% of the natives are unemployed.

  • 50% of youth drop out of school.

 

ABOUT FOUNDATIONS FOR NATIONS

Foundations for Nations is a new ministry dedicated to the Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone Indians located on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming. The Native Americans have often been called the forsaken and forgotten people. Yet God has not forgotten them. We are called to the Native Americans to show them the unconditional love of God, where broken treaties have betrayed them and history has cast them aside. We plan to conduct outreach programs, providing essential needs, teaching them life skills, and discipleship and mentor-ship. Through the grace of God we plan to help restore their honor as the host people of this great land.

 

“Therefore, go and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Teach these new disciples to obey all the commands I have given you. And be sure of this: I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”

Matthew 28:18-20 NLT

FAQs

Who can participate?

This is a great trip for any age. Students going into 8th grade, grandparents, and everyone in between is welcome. Children who are 10 or older but not in 8th grade yet can also come with a parent/guardian. 

 

Are any vaccinations required?

No, there are no required vaccinations, but we do recommend that you are current on basic shots including tetanus and rabies. Lice can also be common, so we recommend putting tea tree oil in your shampoo.

 

What should I pack?

Bring clothes for outdoor work including a sturdy pair of shoes/boots, comfortable and modest clothing for ministry days, personal & toiletry items, snacks & water bottle, sunscreen, basic first aid/medical, camera, Bible & journal, and money for purchasing souvenirs.

 

What is the time difference?

Wyoming is on Mountain Time, so there is no time difference.

 

Do I need to bring extra money?

The cost of the trip covers travel, lodging, and meals. You may want to bring extra spending money for souvenirs.

 

How much luggage can I bring?

You are able to bring 1 suitcase and 1 small bag or backpack.