Upcoming Cru Mission Trips

Updated: 10 July 2014
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Where do you want to go and serve? Find upcoming opportunities in the U.S. and overseas.

The JESUS Film Project® – International

These trips partner with national ministries by taking volunteers from the body of Christ on short-term trips using Jesus film products.   

More Trips

Compassionate Aid – International

Global Aid Network (GAiN) is the relief and development aid arm of Cru. These trips focus on helping meet physical needs in areas of poverty and despair, providing hope through evangelistic outreach. 

2014 Trips

Sports – U.S. and International

Athletes in Action is a branch of Cru which exists to bring Jesus Christ and His message of victory into the hearts, homes, and communities of millions around the world.

2014 Opportunities

College Students

Campus Ministry summer mission trips, called Summer Projects, bring the hope of Jesus to locations around the world – from your own “backyard” to a different continent. The ministry focus of each trip varies according to location – some trips focus on reaching individuals with the good news of Christ either on college campuses or in beach and resort communities, while others minister to people of specific ethnic or economic backgrounds.

U.S. Locations

1-2 week summer trips

3-5 week summer trips

6-12 week summer trips

International Locations

Europe

Asia

Africa/Middle East

Latin America, Caribbean and South America

Australia/New Zealand

1-3 Week Projects

High School Students

Cru's High School ministry offers international mission trips.

2014 Spring Trips

2014 Summer Trips

Professors

Faculty Commons is a Cru ministry that reaches out to professors who, in turn, can help change the world for Christ

Trips often involve delivering professional lectures in an academic discipline, with repeated trips to the same country and universities on a regular basis, while also giving personal testimony. Email Faculty Commons to learn more about their mission trips.

Read the story of an Iowa professor who made an influence in Jamaica