Albion Field Station Mission Trip Sep 2020

Build and Restore International (BRI) invites you to join us in Albion, CA! Our mission will be very exciting and life changing. We will be restoring existing building facilities, landscaping, and painting camp facilities. We will be exploring the near by ocean and learning about marine biology. You will see your faith in action as we go and be the hands and feet of Jesus. We look forward to serving together with you! Prayerfully consider joining us on this exciting mission journey!

WHEN:  Sep 20 - 24, 2020
WHERE: PUC Albion Field Station  Albion, CA

COST:  $100 per person (payments need to be made in full by August 25th, 2020)
What’s Included:
Local housing during the project
Three vegetarian/vegan meals (if you have food allergies or specific dietary needs, please let us know)
What’s NOT Included:
Any personal expenses, snacks or souvenirs
Hotel, food, and transportation before or after the mission trip
1.  Improve existing building facilities, trim trees, painting, and grounds work. 
Arrival:  Please plan to arrive on Sunday Sep 20 in the afternoon
Departure:  Please plan to depart on Thursday Sep 24 in the afternoon
We will be staying in cabins. No linens are provided. Please bring your own sleeping bag.
The weather will be in the mid 60's in the day and low 50's at night
We are going to visit some local beaches in the area. Also a hiking trip will be an option. Kayaking on the Albion River.


Mission Trip Packing List

Items to Bring
• Bible(Paper Copy) and other devotional/reading materials
• Lightweight back pack
• Hymnal App on your phone
• Personal snacks – e.g., energy/granola bars, nuts, or dried fruit
• Ear Plugs (in case the person next to you snores), sleep mask
• Flip-flops
• Flashlight
• Sunblock
• Spending money for personal use
• Personal toiletries (soap, toothpaste, deodorant, mirror, razor, etc.)
Work Clothes and Gear
• Work pants (lightweight cotton preferred, cargo)
• Good working shoes (work boots or hard-soled shoes are safest)
• Socks – (1 pair for each day)
• T-shirts; short or long-sleeved cotton shirts
• Water bottle(s) (Wide mouth, refillable)
• Work gloves (2 pair recommended)
Off-site Clothes
• Warm Jacket
• Swimming suit (modest, one piece), beach towel (water temp is cold)
• Socks, Underclothes (microfiber quick dry—optional)
• Hat
• Sunglasses
• Sheets and blanket and or a light sleeping bag
• Pillow and pillow case
• Towel and wash cloth

Daily Schedule
7:00 AM Wake Up/Personal Devotional
7:30 AM Worship
8:00 AM Breakfast
8:30-12:30PM Volunteer/Work
12:30-1:30 PM Lunch
1:30-5:30PM Volunteer/Work
6:00 PM Dinner
7:00 PM Worship/Team-building/debrief
8:00 PM Free Time
10:00 PM Lights Out

1) Sun-Tue  Sept. 20 -22  Volunteer/work on the project

2)  Wed  Sept. 23  Explore some local sights in the area

3)  Thur  Sept. 24 Volunteer group will depart home

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