Christ-centered education is desperately needed in many developing countries. Your hands can provide children with access to a quality education. As part of a Worldwide Hands team, you get to catch the excitement of paving the way to a more meaningful future for children, their families and communities.
Experience another culture, work alongside national partners, and help show God’s love through your work. Children are waiting.
Worldwide Hands teams…….
- build schools
- construct playgrounds
- enjoy new experiences
- change lives
- bring hope
Worldwide Hands teams are typically made up of 10-14 individuals with a willing hearts and hands for service. Teams usually have members ranging in experience from carpenters, electricians, masons and handymen to people who have little or no construction experience. All volunteers are welcome to serve these schools.
To sign up or learn more, email us!
Updates from the field
- A school rises up from the ground
VIDEO LINK: Guatemala School rises from the ground
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- Edusabu needs a new school in the heart of a Muslim community
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- DeMotte HANDS Team crosses the border
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- Year-end Reflection
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- Vermeer Block Press
Great News! We will soon have a block press headed to Uganda to make blocks for school construction!
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- Myths about Missions Part II
Last month we posted an article about the some of the myths related to short-term missions. Here’s...
- MNN Interview
Every so often, Worldwide Hands is interviewed by Mission Network News about various mission projects...
- Myths about Missions Part I
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- Haiti-Paradis School proceeds
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- Concrete Team - Covenant CRC
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- Haiti-Christ Memorial Team raises walls
Click on this link: Team Blog follows..