Student Missions

*To register, you must have an infellowship account with FUMC. Once this account is created, it may be used for all future trips/event registrations. 
Scholarships are available for our mission trips! Please fill out our financial aid application form and email it to Cole at [email protected].

Junior High

Mission Academy | Tulsa, OK

March 14-17, 2021 | 6th-8th Grade
Cost:
  • Early Bird (Through 2/14) | $50
  • Regular (2/14 through 3/3) | $60
Mission Academy is First United Methodist’s training ground for student mission. At Mission Academy, we want each student to ask:
  • Do I make a difference when I serve?
  • What are the gifts and talents that God has given me to further the kingdom of God?
  • Where do I fit into God’s plan for this city and this world?

Junior High Mission | St. Louis, MO

July 24-30, 2021 | Students who have completed 6th, 7th and 8th grades
Cost
  • Early Bird (Through 2/14) | $200
  • Regular (2/14 through 6/20) | $225
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. This is an amazing opportunity for Junior High students!

High School

Mission Tour | Gulf Coast

June 12-19, 2021 | Incoming 9th Graders through Graduating Seniors
Cost:
  • Early Bird (Through 2/14) | $200
  • Regular (2/14 through 5/16) | $225
Join us as we journey from Tulsa to the Gulf Coast and back, making a few stops along the way! On Mission Tour we will serve the body of Christ by helping communities recover from the devastating hurricanes of 2020. We will also stop at rural sites along the way to serve smaller communities and churches and encourage them in their calling to share the Gospel.

Field Focus | Appalachia

July 17-23, 2021 | Students who have completed 10th grade and Older
Cost
  • Early Bird (Through 2/14) | $550
  • Regular (2/14 through 5/16) | $600
Our Appalachia Field Focus trip is a smaller trip capped at 20 people and requires additional leadership steps to participate. An area rich in resources and beautiful landscapes, Appalachians are proud of their heritage and their lifestyle. Floods and economic hardships due to the decline of the mining, steel, and manufacturing industries have scarred the region and led to a rise in homelessness, drug use, and more. Our presence and willingness to serve will go a long way to uplift the local Church and infuse fresh hope in the community. Appalachia has a culture all its own that will suck you in and capture your heart.