Student Missions

*To register, you must have an infellowship account with FUMC. Once this account is created, it may be used for all future trip/event registrations.

Junior High

Mission Academy

Mission Academy is First Methodist’s training ground for student mission. The goal of Mission Academy is to cultivate within the hearts of students an understanding of their role in serving the world, the body of Christ, and their heavenly father. It is designed to involve students in mission and open their eyes to the important role they have in the body of Christ. 

Camp Friendship

This camp is a beginning for lifelong church friendships and an opportunity for Christ to be at the center of it all! How does it work? By offering GRACE to all as we look deeply at what it means to be a  Christ-following friend. By offering LOVE through games, hospitality, and radical fun for all. And by GOING out into our schools and communities and offering friendship to all...even those who don't know Christ.

Junior High Mission

July 20-26, 2019
Denver, CO
Completed 6th-8th Grade
Junior High Mission is designed to take our mission experiences to the next level outside of Tulsa. It is designed to show Junior High students that they can be the hands and feet of Jesus and be used mightily by God wherever they go. It is designed to have them realize their need for God and that He desires to be an active part of their life.

Senior High

Aaron & Hur

Aaron and Hur is our senior high Spring Break Mission. We spend these few days at the church and we serve local ministries in and around Tulsa. The goal of Aaron and Hur is to cultivate, within the hearts of students, an understanding of their role in serving the world, the body of Christ, and their Heavenly Father—by serving people who are in ministry by lifting their arms when they are tired and worn.

Mission Tour

Mission Tour is deep in our DNA as Firsties. God has used it for half a century to change lives. From rising 9th graders to just graduated seniors, students find Christ and new life on Mission Tour… they find the ability to focus on others instead of self….and they find new friends and community. The method is simple. We find a place where God is at work and join him there….in worship, in service, and in community. That is the very heartbeat of what it means to follow Jesus. So we remind ourselves together and come home to live refreshed and new.

Camp Friendship

This camp is a beginning for lifelong church friendships and an opportunity for Christ to be at the center of it all! How does it work? By offering GRACE to all as we look deeply at what it means to be a  Christ-following friend. By offering LOVE through games, hospitality, and radical fun for all. And by GOING out into our schools and communities and offering friendship to all...even those who don't know Christ.

Advanced/College Trips

Field Focus

In Field Focus we study a theme that informs our worldview for part I of the trip, then we go to the lab to experience that theme in action. That is part II. This year we are excited about how God is leading us. Our Field Focus theme is Wilderness: Caught Between Egypt and the Promised Land. In part I we will study the book of Exodus and we will look at how God uses the wilderness to prepare people for leadership.

Ecuador

Brad Camp led this 10 day trip to Shell, Ecuador. The trip included work with Young Life Ecuador and Cornerstone International. Students spent time with the Wao people of Ecuador and completed hands-on work at a Young Life retreat center.

Guatemala

The Family Mission is an amazing experience and made up of families of kinds...singles, grandparents, small families, and large families. This is a great experience to encounter God personally, with family and with our family in Guatemala.