A 2 week life changing mission trip in partnership with AMOS (Aust. Mission Outreach Support) ministries. It involves two main things: communicating the gospel through a kids program (including games, drama, puppet shows) and connecting with the local people.
Driving from Brisbane to Uluru visiting remote Indigenous communities along the way, attending an Aboriginal Easter Convention and touring Uluru, The Olgas and King's Canyon. Return flight from Uluru to Brisbane.
Anyone aged 18+ who loves Jesus, and wants to to share this love while learning more about Indigenous Australia.
$1,100 (excluding flight from Uluru to Brisbane - approx $400)
We will confirm a suggested flight for you to book once the team is finalised.
- Non-refundable deposit of $300 due by 7th September 2018
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How many will be on the team?
There will be a maximum 9 people (plus one OM leader and two AMOS leaders.
Do I need any vaccinations?
No vaccinations are required for this trip. More health information will be provided on the application.
What is included in the cost?
Food, accomodation, transport (excluding flight), park fees and administration costs.
What can I expect to get out of the trip?
You will have the opportunity to visit indigenous communities, learn more about the lives of the people there and be involved in kids programs in each community. You’ll sleep under the stars, meet amazing people, grow in your faith and have heaps of fun!
Who will be leading the trip?
Paul Johnson, from AMOS will lead the trip, as well as a representative from OM Australia.
Are there any commitments before the trip?
Yes, there will be a compulsory training weekend (Fri night/all-day Sat) in Brisbane during March 2019. This date will be confirmed soon. You will also need to complete a more detailed application form.
Accomodation and transport?
Our transport will be the AMOS safari-style bus, and there will be some long travel days at times because we are covering a lot of ground. We all help cook our camp style meals and accommodation will mostly be sleeping in swags and tents. At times there will be showers and toilets, but we will sure get used to washing in rivers as well as the old ‘hole in the ground’ trick! This adventure is not for the faint hearted! At times it will be challenging, but massively rewarding!