Mission Trips

On a PCBC mission trip, you can expect to actively live out your faith. We establish partnerships with local organizations in the regions where our mission trips take place. These local partners undergo a thorough evaluation by our missions staff and PCBC leadership to ensure alignment with PCBC's beliefs. This guarantees that the work you engage in is genuinely necessary to aid their communities and is already proven to be effective and supported locally. This approach also promotes sustainability and prevents creating dependency.

When you embark on a mission trip, you'll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in new cultures and ideas in ways that typical trips don't offer. Individuals participate in mission trips for various reasons, whether it's for personal growth, community impact, or to gain insights beyond their everyday experiences.

A short-term mission trip provides: 

  1. Personal development through the practical demonstration of faith

  2. Fresh perspectives from collaborating with individuals of diverse cultures

  3. Novel experiences and activities

  4. A broadened worldview

Participating in a mission trip benefits not only the communities you assist, but it also has a profound impact on you. It will transform and mold you in ways that nothing else can. Your contributions, whether in physical tasks like construction or in showing love and compassion to people in different parts of the world, will result in tangible and meaningful changes to both individuals and communities.

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south texas



In South Texas, we collaborate with our many mission partners in the Rio Grande Valley to bless the community. By joining one of our many mission trips, you will engage in activities such as building beds for families, hosting BSM nights for college students, serving at the local food bank, praying and worshiping with believers in the RGV, and playing games with the kids.





Our team works with our mission partners in Kenya to perform hundreds of eye surgeries to restore sight through corneal transplants, as well as hosting teaching conferences to prepare village pastors to lead their congregations.

  • Teams for Lighthouse for Christ and African Christian Outreach (June 2025)





We work alongside Potter's House in Guatemala to support families in the community and reach them with the gospel. Joining a mission trip to Guatemala allows you to build relationships through prayer walks in the villages, providing groceries for families, playing games with kids, building necessities for families, and much more.

  • Young Adults Trip (January 10-15, 2024)
  • Student Trip (June 9-15, 2024)
  • Family/Medical Trip (Summer of 2024)


caribbean basin



We collaborate with our local partners in the Caribbean to provide support to empower pastors and fortify the local church. Joining a mission trip in the Caribbean means you'll have the opportunity to worship alongside believers, engage in community prayer, lead a Vacation Bible School (VBS), and contribute to organizing a sports camp with our partners.

  • VBS and Youth Camp Trip (July 2024)





We work with our local partners in Asia to provide support for pastors and enhance the local church. Joining a mission trip to Asia allows you to engage in activities such as a prayer walk through villages, worshiping with fellow believers, conducting training sessions for pastors, offering encouragement to believers, and assisting the local church in organizing outreach events using the Jesus Film.

  • Asia (Fall 2024)
  • Asia (March 2025)

missions Staff

Dr. Kelly Hamilton

Missions Minister

office: 214-860-1565

Elizabeth Knight

Ministry Assistant to Missions

office: 214-860-1542

Amin Calvo

Minister of Community Missions

Luisa Angel

Associate Minister to Vickery
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