Honduras Partnership

Knowing that God continues to each of us to move out beyond our comfort zones and to walk our faith journey alongside Christian brothers and sisters in other cultures experience a faith journey, Illinois Great Rivers Conference now has a partnership with the United Methodist Churches in Honduras. The first IGRC mission trip to Honduras was held on August of 2012 and the second was held in June of 2013. 

God will call United Methodists in IGRC to participate in this new and exciting opportunity in Honduras. If you feel God calling you to experience transforming fellowship, worship and service alongside brothers and sisters in the faith who are waiting to meet you in Honduras, act quickly. The team size is limited to 15 people and it is anticipated this initial Honduras mission team will be filled before the deposit deadline.
IGRC to helping construct a mission complex in San Jose de la Vega, an area on the outskirts of Tegucigalpa, the capital of Honduras. It is anticipated that this project will take two to three years to complete and other teams from the United States will also be assigned to work at this location. As this project begins, the discussion to continue development of a conference partnership with Honduras continues as we seek God’s guidance and direction. 
The United Methodist Church of Honduras is a mission initiative of the General Board of Global Ministries. The Honduras Initiative began in 1994, but today the United Methodist Church in Honduras has 12 vital congregations and many others under development.
For more information on the IGRC Honduras Partnership, contact Bunny Wolfe, IGRC Missions & Outreach Coordinator at  bwolfe@igrc.org. Please ask about the upcoming Honduras Mission Trip to be held in June of 2016!