Short-term Missionary Teams
AIM - Ambassadors in Mission
The Ambassadors in Mission program was designed to give qualified young people an opportunity for short-term ministry overseas. AIM teams travel two to three weeks each summer to assist missionaries with evangelism and children's outreaches, literature distribution, door-to-door visitation, children's camps, youth rallies and special projects.
Teams of doctors, nurses and nonmedical personnel travel throughout the world to minister through medical evangelism clinics, disaster relief and health education. HCM personnel and other U.S. medical professionals partner with missionaries and nationals to show the love of Christ through ministry to the sick and suffering.
This program gives both skilled and unskilled construction volunteers the opportunity to use their abilities in approved construction projects overseas. The one- two-week trips are coordinated through the MAPS Construction office.
Women's Ministries Teams
Individual Women's Ministries groups may organize an overseas ministry team to assist missionaries in refurbishing and evangelism projects. Conatct your district WM leadership for information on connecting with a team.
Chi Alpha Campus Ministries
This ministry began in 1953 on the campus of Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri, and has spread to more than 200 camuses throughout the United States and world. Chi Alpha offers missions opportunities for university and college students — teams and individuals. Leaders encourage students to give a year and pray about a lifetime of mission.