Our purpose is to:
  • Share the Gospel of Jesus to the rural poor people and to plant Churches in Muslim communities where there are no Churches
  • Organise Christmas Camp meetings to share Christ’s love with the needy or least reached children. It is a week of hope, encouragement, and comfort for people living in poor areas.
HOPEVisiT is an evangelistic outreach to remote communities during Christmas to share the Good News of Christ with individuals and families. Most of these villages where a HOPEVisiT event is hosted have no Bible believing churches and some have never heard the gospel of Jesus. Through this event, we mobilise support from Christian individuals, families and churches to encourage them to pray and to share Christ’s love with the needy or least reached people. It is a week of hope, encouragement, and comfort for people living in poor areas.

Teams are made up of 6 - 10 people from different Churches/countries to serve others with their God-given gifts and knowledge. Teams are encouraged to meet a need of the host Church and the community as the Lord may enable them.
Teams stay in the villages and are involved in house-to-house evangelism, personal witnessing, open-air crusades, film shows, counselling, prayer sessions, Children programmes, leadership training and other evangelistic activities aimed at achieving the goal of bringing the hope of Christ through His birth to the people. This year’s event has special focus on Muslim communities, children Camp meeting, church planting and a medical outreach among the Fulani people near the Volta Lake river.
Participants Profile
Participants will be involved in the above activities listed including prayer meetings. In addition, team members will be involved in cooking, and other general activities of effective team life. There will be an opportunity for sightseeing at the end of the outreach. Participants should be able to speak English very well. They must love the Lord be Christians. They must be willing to be generous to share the Gospel and to share their list testimonies with others.
 Dates Friday, 20 December – Wednesday, 01 January 2019
 Cost £255
 Apply by Friday, 25 October 2019
 Ages 18+
 Suitable for single people welcomemarried couples welcomefamilies welcomegroups welcome


Accommodation will be among the local people in the communities. There are some communities where there will be a guest house but that will be an additional cost. Please bring sleeping bags/mats. 


There will be local and traditional food prepared by our team members. 


Please fly to Kotoka International Airport and then travel to Kumasi by bus, airport pick up, or by air. OM Ghana will make local arrangement once we know the participants arrival time, flight details and how you plan to travel from the airport to the ministry base in Kumasi. Participants will pay for their own travel to and from the ministry base as well as flights.

Please do not book flights unless you have received an acceptance email from the Short Term Missions team. 


Please come with yellow fever vaccinations, anti malaria drugs and mosquitoes repellent. 


British citizens will require a visa and the team can send an invitation letter after acceptance.


Individuals applying must be 18 or over.

Families are welcome to apply. Under 18s must have parental consent and be accompanied by a responsible adult. Children under 13 will be included on their parent’s application form. 13-17 year old's can apply using the relevant button below.

Price excludes flights, visa, any necessary vaccinations and insurance and is subject to change according to the exchange rate.

As part of our Safeguarding policy, you may require a valid enhanced DBS certificate, which may cost an additional £20.


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