Reaching beyond ourselves

Serving others and spreading the good news of Jesus Christ to those who are far from God is one of the core values of Tipp City UMC.  Following the example Jesus set for us, we seek to bring hope to the poor, disadvantaged, and disenfranchised.

We offer a variety of mission opportunities.  Some are within the U.S. while others take us to other countries.  Some involve construction while others serve children with life-threatening illnesses.  On any given mission trip, people from all walks of life come together to serve others.

Join us for one of our upcoming mission trips and give hope to the hopeless, grow in relationship with God, and develop life-long friendships with others on a mission to transform the world. Find descriptions of our missions below. For more information, email any of the contacts below.


(Upcoming trip Feb. 17-24 Adults)

The Potter’s House is a Christian non-profit organization that exists to change the living situation for the more than 11,000 people who live and work in and near the Guatemala City dump.  Of these 11,000 people nearly 6,500 are children.  Mission trips to Guatemala City involve construction of concrete block homes as well as delivering food to residents and praying with and for them. The Potter’s House as started two additional branches in different locations. We work with them as well.

GIVE KIDS THE WORLD – Kissimmee, Florida

(Upcoming trips March 24-29 Youth & Oct. 4-8 Adults)

Give Kids the World is a 70-acre nonprofit storybook resort located in Central Florida where children with life-threatening illnesses and their families are treated to week long, cost free fantasy vacations.  Mission teams are scheduled in a variety of areas throughout the Village from offering manicures at the La Ti Da Royal Spa to being the conductor on JJ’s Express or working behind the scenes on projects that keep the resort going.  


(Upcoming trip Aug. 1-14 Adults)

Informational meeting Jan. 28th @ 10:00

Angel House Orphanage is located near Tarime , Tanzania and houses children from more than 10 different villages and tribes.  All of the children are enrolled in school and are nurtured by a caring Tanzanian and missionary staff.  The goal is to provide these children with a quality education and a family environment where they can develop the skills and faith necessary to be productive and successful Tanzanian citizens when they return to their villages and communities.


(Upcoming trip June 3-9 Adult & Youth)

ASP brings thousands of volunteers from around the country to rural Central Appalachia to repair homes for low-income families. For 48 years, they’ve made homes warmer, safer, and drier for families and provided transformational service experiences for volunteers.


Keith Lavy – Keith.lavy@gmail.com

Becky Glover – rjglover@gmail.com

Julie Lee – Greenjul1@aol.com

Angie Woo – aanswoo@roadrunner.com