Working in the beautiful country on Indonesia, known to many as Island Paradise, you will encounter the fascinating culture that is a mix of Native ethnic and European colonial influences. You will work in a small community, strong in the Catholic faith, planted by St. Francis Xavier. Alongside Augustinian priests and brothers, you will inspire high school students and young adults to live an authentic Catholic life while experiencing the love of God the Father through the Indonesian hospitality and joy.
- Date: July 8 - 27, 2019*
- Mission Director: Larau K
- Mission Co-Leaders: Stefanie S, Seth F
- Amount to Fundraise: $3,100*
Price includes the following: Round-trip airfare to mission country, travel insurance, pre-trip orientation retreat, post-trip debriefing retreat, all food, lodging, materials, and in-country transportation. Price does not include: immunizations and travel medications, travel to/from US departure city (which will be determined by the Mission Director), passport/visa expenses, or other personal incidentals.
* Dates and price subject to change
- Each FOCUS Missions participant has the opportunity to fundraise the entire cost of their mission trip. Consider that fundraising allows people who may not have the opportunity to travel on a mission trip to participate in this essential work through you. In another sense, “some give by going, while others go by giving.” Allowing others to support us through their financial commitments and prayers is essential to the success of FOCUS Missions!
- After you have been accepted on a mission trip, you will be
contacted by your personal fundraising coach who will train and mentor
you along the way.
- Please feel free to contact us at any time by phone or email with your fundraising questions.
“By examining my own relationship with Christ, this mission trip made me see how little I trust him. Compared to the people we went to serve, who literally trust Him with their whole lives, I realized I have so much growth to do in that area, so I can trust Him in each moment of everyday, with my whole life.”
– Nate AuYeung, University of Connecticut