Reach out and make a difference

Mission Trips

Hearts & Hands Mission Trips to New Song offer opportunities for volunteers of all skill levels to play an important role in being part of a special place for children in need to grow and thrive. You, your family and friends, your church, group or organization, can reach out your hands to make a difference for children. By helping out on campus, you will become an important part of a ministry that rebuilds the lives of some of our state’s most vulnerable children!

The New Song campus has been built and maintained mostly through the hard work of hundreds of volunteers. People of all skill levels are welcomed to serve on campus, including:

  • Hearts & Hands logoProfessional contractors
  • Skilled workers
  • General laborers
  • Youth groups
  • Civic groups
  • Families (We welcome the help of families, but most work projects require skill levels of teens and above.)
  • Others

Learn more about organizing a Hearts & Hands mission trip.

Length of mission trips

Hearts & Hands Work Teams can choose to work for one full week (Monday through Saturday), a partial week (Thursday through Saturday), or even one day. Workdays on the New Song campus are from 9am to 4pm, unless other special arrangements are made. Please consult with our Volunteer Coordinator when choosing your workdays.

Mission work on campus

Flexibility is the key to enjoying your missions trip. Unless a special project is designed specifically for your team, New Song will not know the exact work your Hearts & Hands Mission Team will be completing until a few days before arrival. Even then, work projects can change depending on the needs of our campus, which sometimes vary from day-to-day. Possible projects include general groundskeeping (lawn mowing, weed-whacking, brush clearing), trail upkeep, home maintenance, etc. 

Our goal is to point people to the love and grace of God, and we truly hope that everyone who serves at New Song will experience God’s peace and presence and enjoy the scenic beauty here.

Give children the opportunity to thrive!