Costa Rica Supernatural School of Ministry
short-term outreach trips
Outreach Ministry Trips
Summer Ministry School
population of Costa Rica
tourists per year
species of insects
$ per day, average wage
Outreach participants are English-speaking, Spirit-filled believers from around the world. They are growing in their faith and many already operate in their spiritual gifts with boldness and humility, while others are eager to learn. They vary in age and background but have in common a hunger for the Spirit and a longing to see the Kingdom come to earth. They are teachable, submitted to their local church body and desire to be ready in and out of season to bring a word, testimony, song or prophecy.
A typical CRSSM outreach day might include:
Training and equipping of outreach participants
Outreach opportunity to a church, hospital, school or street corner
Outreach planning and debriefing
Free time with numerous recreational options
Group ministry time in prayer and worship
Pilon de Pavones, Costa Rica
Near the border of Panama on the Pacific side, CRSSM is located on the beach in the southeastern corner of Pavon Bay between Playa Zancudo and Pavones.
Outreach participants are responsible for providing their own transportation to Golfito which is approximately an hour-long drive from our campus. In most cases, attendees fly into San Jose and then bus (8 hours) or fly (1 hour) to Golfito, where they are met by CRSSM staff.
We will provide transport for all outreach activities, and will commute participants back to Golfito at the end of the trip.
Upon acceptance, attendees will be provided with recommendations for lodging and transport in San Jose.
On-campus meals consist of a diet of basic Costa Rican cuisine, and are included in the outreach costs. On occasion (1-2 times per trip), meals are taken on the road and are the student’s responsibility, usually costing an average of $5 (US) per meal.
Attendees are provided with basic accommodations on campus during the outreach trip. Separate dorms are provided for men, women and married couples. Lodging is open air and rustic, capitalizing on Costa Rica’s moderate climate and tropical conditions.
Recreational opportunities are endless in Pilon de Pavones. Some of the more popular options include:
- SUP boarding
- bird watching
- sloth chasing
- horseback riding
(Rental fees or other nominal costs may be associated with some activities.)
- in schools
- in hospitals
- on the street
- in churches
Thinking about joining an outreach trip? Pray and apply online today!