A group of CCU students take a trip to Birmingham, England over Spring Break. Birmingham is the second largest city in England and has been the first stopping-off point for newly arrived immigrants for decades. This creates a unique opportunity for students to experience many different cultures across the spectrum of classes while also giving back to a community in need. While on this trip, students will get to:
This trip will also provide students with the opportunity to see other places in the UK like London or Oxford. We will also squeeze in a football (soccer) match or two.
- Learn some of the traditions and customs of other faiths as we interact with and serve alongside Sikhs, Muslims, and Hindus.
- Bring hope to a community through volunteering at the local schools where among 250 students, 42 languages are spoken.
- Discover a new way to appreciate food and immigration by taking a cooking class with immigrants from all over the world.
Ultimately, we take this trip to show you what it looks like when a community gets serious about coming together and partnering to bring hope. If you have any questions, or would like to know more, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out photos from Previous trips by clicking HERE.
For the past decade, Cincinnati Christian University and Celtic Christian Mission have worked together to lead student mission teams to Northern Ireland. The CCU/CCM teams work with the ministry of Murlough House to interact with young people in youth drop-in centers and to participate in other areas of ministry. Along with the ministry activities, the N. Ireland team will interact with Irish culture, visit Irish castles, tour the C.S. Lewis sites of Belfast, and see numerous other points of interest in Northern Ireland.
Dates of the trip: July 26- August 3 2019
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For more information about Celtic Christian Mission, click HERE.