GO!Trips are CPC's short-term service and vision trips to see, love, and serve God's people. When we retreat from our everyday lives, we learn more about ourselves and the character of Christ. We practice thinking, praying, listening, and speaking like Jesus, opening our hearts to how God may lead us to engage with our families, workplaces, church, and community.
We partner with local ministries in global regions that are working to bring hope, reconciliation, and justice through the love of Jesus Christ. Each trip includes pre-field discussion, on-the-ground relationship building, and post-trip processing.
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Contact: Leslie Boie
ZAMBIA • November 10-21, 2018
The cost of this trip is being finalized, but is typically around $5,000, with an optional safari at additional cost.
Visit the George neighborhood of urban Lusaka. Work alongside local caregivers, worship with Jubilee Centre churches, and learn about the work of this amazing organization. We also visit Choma, near Moyo, with our long-time partner World Vision to visit CPC-sponsored children and other projects.
CPC is committed to long-term partnerships with two distinct communities in Zambia: George and Moyo. The George compound is an urban area near Zambia’s capital of Lusaka. Our partner, Jubilee Centre, works with local churches to care for orphans, child-headed households, and people living with HIV/AIDS, as well as stimulates micro-enterprise. The rural community of Moyo, four hours south of Lusaka, struggles with inadequate healthcare and limited education. We join with our partner there, World Vision, in providing clean water, healthcare, and the first school for 7th grade and beyond.
CPC PARTNERS IN ZAMBIA
WORLD VISION (WV) | World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. CPCers engage with WV in two ways: sponsoring kids in Moyo, Zambia or traveling there on WV-sponsored trips to see the transformation there.
JUBILEE CENTRE | Jubilee Centre is a Zambian-led, church-based development organization in urban George, an area near Zambia's capital, Lusaka. Jubilee Centre works with local churches to care for orphans, child-headed households, and people living with HIV/AIDS, establish feeding programs for kids with HIV, and bring greater self-sustainability to the region through microfinance projects. CPCers engage with Jubilee Centre through GO!Trips to Lusaka.