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Trip Information


Dallas, TX


Spring Break; Fall Break; Summer

Sunday-Saturday (flexible)


Minimum 15 - Maximum 25

High school (Summer Only), college students, and adults are encouraged to come for the week. (Additional Information)


$379 per person


Serving Refugees in the Dallas area through education and family services that help meet the practical needs of refugees and to share with them the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Servant Life partners with a local ministry in Dallas serving refugees from Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. More than 80,000 refugees and special immigrants are resettled in the United States each year, and Dallas currently hosts more than 200,000 refugees. Many refugees are from non-Christian backgrounds, but most are very open to receiving practical aid and are seeking a message of hope, peace, and good news. Our partner incorporates the gospel message into everything they do. Gospel presentations and Bible lessons are a part of almost every program, event, meeting, and class, and they share this news openly and lovingly to refugees—not once, but daily. We believe that the kind, consistent repetition of the gospel in both word and deed is what God has called us to for His glory. And we trust in His promise that He will call all of His people faithfully to Himself: from every tribe, tongue, and nation. His message is not just for a few but for the nations!

What will my team be doing? 

Volunteer teams get to help with education, family services, and gospel presentations to refugee adults and children. Volunteers develop meaningful relationships with refugees and can share the love of Christ with people who have been through very trying and difficult circumstances. Teams will learn compassion as they meet people who have experienced pain and suffering, and they will experience joy as they take part in sharing the good news of the gospel and the love of Christ with some of our country’s newest residents. Activities might include Bible lessons, outdoor games, reading groups, swim lessons, and more. 


What does a general schedule look like?

7:30 AM Breakfast at the facility
8:30 AM-12:00 PM Team assists with 1st session of Children’s educational programs.
12:00-1:00 PM Lunch onsite
1:00-3:30 PM Team assists with 2nd session of educational programs
3:30-5:30 PM Team serves refugee children (swim lessons)
5:30-7:00 PM Showers & dinner at the facility
6:30-9:00 PM Evening Activities

What does my cost include?

  • Housing. Teams will sleep at the ministry facility, which is centrally located among the communities with whom we work. Team members bring sleeping bags and pads. There are also men’s and women’s bathrooms with two showers each. You may use one shower for storage or choose to store your sleeping bags, etc. elsewhere during programs. Teams will be assigned classrooms for sleeping and will have access to a refrigerator and stocked kitchen.

  • Meals. Lunch will be provided each day (Summer Trips Only). Breakfast and dinners are not included. There is a full kitchen available in the facility for the team to make breakfasts and dinners. Some teams choose to eat out and others bring pre-made food. The facility kitchen is stocked with paper goods, pots and pans, and spices.

  • Background Check. Due to the nature of our ministry with refugee children, our partner will run an additional background check for each volunteer in addition to any background checks your church currently runs.

  • Ministry Resources. All Supplies, Curriculum, and snacks for refugee kids

  • T-Shirt. Every participant gets an awesome mission trip t-shirt.

  • Pre-Trip Training Material. We provide training sessions, trip overview documents, assistance from our team of mission trip experts, and communication with missionaries to make sure your group is fully prepared for your trip.

  • Pre, During, and Post-trip Devotionals. This 4-week printed missions journal will help every team member grow and encounter Christ.

  • Transportation is NOT included in the trip cost. You will be responsible for traveling to Dallas as well as having vehicles to get around during the week.

Optional Activities:

  • Ethnic Meal. ($450)

  • Refugee Speaker and/or Understanding Islam Training. ($150 each)

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