CUBM Houston Texas Mission Trip

Why Houston?

In August 2017, Hurricane Harvey caused devastation to the Houston area. An estimated 13 million people have been affected, nearly 135,000 homes have been damaged or destroyed in the historic flooding, and up to a million cars have been wrecked (Houston Business Journal, September 14, 2017)

Short term mission teams are needed to support families in underserved communities throughout the Houston area with home repair, mold remediation and gut-out, muck-out. You don’t need construction experience. There are experienced construction personnel to lead and supervise ministry teams.

CUBM wants to enable and ensure every student who so desires, an opportunity to respond to and lessen the needs of hurting people through missions.

Trip Details

Hands on Mission work - Participants engage in disaster recovery projects, times of worship and reflection designed to help them encounter and respond to God. 
Dates:  March 3 – 10, 2018

  • Rev. Dr. Rich Noble, Pastor at Washington Union alliance Church, Founder and Director of Center for Missional Engagement, Communication and Mission Instructor at CUBM
  • Rev. Ronald Smith, New Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, Houston, Texas
  • Lott Carey Organization (a global Christian mission’s agency established in 1897 helps churches extend their Christian witness throughout the world).

Participant’s Responsibilities:

Class is designed to prepare students for short-term cross-cultural ministry while further helping them to understand global component of missional lifestyle and role of local church in ministry and missions and cross-cultural ministry.

  • Sign and Return Personal Covenant and Liability Form
  • Bring all items required on trip per Team Leader