Short-term Missions Trips

IBJM takes several short-term missions trips each year to locations around the world. Join us on these life-changing journeys; you may discover God's calling on your life.
 
Experience the rich history and culture of cities such as Paris, France; Kharkov, Ukraine; Boston, Massachusetts; New York City; and other large cities where significant Jewish populations exist. Mission highlights include Bible and tract distribution, one-on-one evangelism opportunities on streets and in Jewish neighborhoods, teaching/preaching in local churches, and sightseeing popular venues.
 
IBJM is committed to equipping team members in successful Jewish evangelism methods. We offer two-day training sessions prior to each trip. It is our desire to be used by God to the fullest extent which means preparing participants for the ministry He has planned.
 
Pack your bags and join us in making an eternal impact across the globe!

Evangelize New York City

Now the "safest big city in America," approximately nine million people make their homes within the city limits of the "concrete jungle." During the 19th and 20th centuries, millions of Jewish immigrants escaping pogroms, persecution, and the Holocaust found a safe haven in New York. They established strong religious and social centers to secure their traditions and customs. Today, the New York metro area is home to approximately 1.6 million Jewish people, at present the second largest Jewish population in the world. Tragically, this city has been grossly neglected as a 21st century mission field.

Event Date: 
Monday, June 5, 2017 to Monday, June 12, 2017

Evangelize Mexico City

Approximately 21 million people make their homes within the metro area of this massive “concrete jungle.” Many Jewish people have migrated to Mexico over the centuries, with large numbers located in Mexico City. They established strong religious and social centers to secure their traditions and customs. Today Mexico is home to more than 65,000 Jewish people, one of the largest communities in Latin America. Tragically, they have been grossly neglected as a 21st century mission field.
 
Event Date: 
Wednesday, July 12, 2017 to Monday, July 24, 2017