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Trip Information


Join us this summer as we serve alongside long-term workers in England! This short-term trip will be strategically focused on prayer, demonstrating the gospel through service, and personal evangelism. On this trip, you can expect to engage with locals, learn about their culture, serve them, offer to pray with them, and seek to share the gospel with them! You’ll help the long-term team there share the gospel and seek out people who are interested in learning more about Jesus. The team lives in a densely populated predominantly Muslim area of their city which allows for building relationships and sharing the good news of the Gospel in a small radius of the city. Those people will be followed up with those who are a part of the team’s house church. Receiving a short-term trip allows for the long-term team to focus on those who are showing interest in Jesus while the short-term team goes out and builds relationships with new people.

What's Expected

As team members are learning from and engaging with others, team members should have a heart posture of humility and remember that culture does not make people, people make the culture.

Typical Day Includes

  • The team will receive a whole day of orientation and gospel sharing modeling individually (paired up 1:1 with an existing team member).
  • Personal/ small team prayer and devotion
  • Meet together with the long-term team — This is a time for debriefing experiences, prayer, reading the Word, etc. It’s also a chance for teams to be exposed to the life and experiences of the long-term workers to catch a glimpse of what life overseas would look like.
  • Eat meals with members of the long-term team, their ministry partners, and/or people who are interested in hearing about Jesus
  • Prayer walk through communities asking God to open the hearts of those they see to the gospel, including sending dreams and visions


We desire you to pursue Jesus in your daily life and grow to be more like Him. We will provide trainings that walk through abiding and resting in Jesus (John 15), ministry overview and expectations, culture, and logistics. While we can’t perfectly prepare you for everything you might encounter, we do our best to train you with everything you’d need for your trip.


  • Team members will walk a lot as well as take public transportation (metro or taxi) to get around the city.
  • The team will stay in an Airbnb or hotel near where the ministry partner lives.
  • Rooms will be same gendered.

Additional Opportunity

There is a need for female trip participants to help with childcare to allow for some of the women on the long-term team to be more involved. To learn more about this opportunity, you can reach out to trips@austinstone.org.

Trip Leaders

Being a short-term mission trip leader is a rewarding experience. It makes you a part of the Great Commission, letting you respond to God’s call to the nations in a sacrificial way while also shepherding a group of people. Check out the benefits and expectations here. If you are interested in being a trip leader, you apply through the application and complete the "Trip Leader" question section.


Everything you need for your trip is included in the trip cost, which can be viewed here. These amounts are based on preparation costs and costs given to us by the field partner.




  1. Must have a valid passport through the end of 2024 – If yours is expired, you’ll have to get it renewed.


  1. Have a listener's heart posture
  2. Engage with people from other cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds
  3. Pray for people
  4. Prayer-walk around key ministry areas
  5. Help out with english camp and classes
  6. Search for opportunities to share the gospel


  1. 18 years or older
  2. Must be able to walk roughly 15,000 steps a day
  3. Priority will be given to North partners and leaders

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