Boot Camp Mission Teams

Each year thousands of volunteers come to serve at Beautiful Feet, many come from other states to stay in our boot camp dorm for short term mission trips. These groups stay in our dorm and are challenged to love the poor and needy and to live out their faith in Jesus Christ.

About The Boot Camp

  • Beautiful Feet Ministries provides a facility with bunks for 30 people including laundry, kitchen and showers.

  • Additional space is available downstairs to sleep 20 more people on air mattresses. There is a game room, TV, WiFi and a dining room.

  • Groups are asked to give $15.00/night per person to cover the cost of utilities and maintenance.

  • Boot Camp Mission Teams normally arrive on Tuesday and stay through Sunday lunch after clean-up. Thursday – Sunday trips are available as well.

  • Boot Camp Mission activities during the week include worship services, serving meals, sorting/giving out clothing, kid’s club events, work projects and outreach and evangelism on the streets.

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Why Boot Camp?

Want your church or youth challenged in the realm of evangelism? Have your students step out in faith and learn what it means to love the “least of these”. We have a family and student friendly place to do exactly that!

Cost Effective Missions

The Great Commission is for everyone! Want to take your church or youth group on a mission trip but have a limited budget? Most teams spend less than $150 per person for a week long mission trip at Beautiful Feet.

Learn and Grow Together

Boot Camp Mission trips challenge each person to be bold in their faith but also help to sharpen the bonds between believers who make up the body of Christ. Work, outreach, evangelism, and also time of rest and fun!

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“The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’”  Matthew 25:40