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Trip Information


Valencia, Spain


Typically Thursday to the following Saturday. Summer


Individuals Welcome. Max group size of 10.


$999 plus airfare (cost details)


Serve at an English learning summer camp for Ukrainian teenagers currently living as refugees in Valencia.

What will my team be doing? 

Alik Shipuk, pastor of Slavic Baptist church in Valencia, Spain, has a heart for Ukrainian teenagers that he regularly meets in Valencia. In partnership with long-time Servant Life partner, Radooga Ministries, you can help Alik, his church and many families share the Gospel with Ukrainian teenagers who were torn from their homes through a weeklong summer camp where they will attend English classes, play games, worship, and hear from God’s word!

Teams will assist with English learning classes, camp games, and build relationships with students and leaders from the community and Slavic Baptist Church. Through this camp, the church desires to establish a consistent student ministry within their church for students to attend weekly. 

Why Ukrainian Refugees in Spain?
Since the start of the war in February 2022, millions of Ukrainians have fled their homes in search of safety. Among the most vulnerable are teenagers, whose formative years have been interrupted by the chaos of conflict. Being a teenager is challenging, but for those displaced by war, it is especially hard compounded by the absence of support, friends, and mentors. Many turn to destructive coping mechanisms such as alcohol, drugs, and excessive gaming. Valencia, Spain is now home to thousands of Ukrainian refugees and our long-time partners have an opportunity to serve them again!

What does a general weekly schedule look like?

  • Thursday. Depart from the U.S.

  • Friday-Saturday. Arrive in Spain; get settled in; orientation for the week ahead; cultural outings.

  • Sunday - Friday. Ministry days: English Learning Summer Camp; Debrief on Final Afternoon

  • Saturday. Travel day. Depart for the U.S. that morning, and arrive the same day.

What does my cost include?

  • In-country transportation. From the moment you land at the airport until the moment you leave, we will take you everywhere during the week. You will not need to arrange your own transportation, but teams should be prepared to do some walking as we navigate Valencia and our camp location.

  • Housing. Your team will sleep in bunk bed-style accommodations with access to hot showers and bathrooms.

  • Meals. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, every day! (Note: You need to pay for your own meals at the airport, while traveling, etc.)

  • Supplemental Traveler's Insurance. In the event of a medical emergency, you'll be covered with an international policy!

  • 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 in-country 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.

Airfare is not included in the trip cost, but will be taken care of by Servant Life's travel agent who gets humanitarian rates and often free baggage. You may book on your own if you prefer to do so, but we ask to approve the itinerary first.

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