Mission Trips & Safaris Highlights

Mission Trips

We welcome mission teams! All arrangements for mission teams are done through the home office of Rehema Ministries in the USA. Anyone requesting to volunteer at our children’s home is required to fill out an application (visit Missions Applications Page), have a fingerprinted police background check completed, sign a WAIVER AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK, and send these item together to the address on the application. We take the safety of our kids and guests very seriously.

Our children’s home is located in Kenya, Africa. If you are coming with a team that wants to do a building project, we will be happy to put together a cost sheet and estimated time frame needed.  We ask that the teams raise the funds for the project or buying of furniture for the new facilities.

Example:  Medical clinic – Funds raised $85,000.  One group raised the funds for the foundation, frame work, walls, windows and doors. Now money is coming in for inside work and for the equipment and supplies. If you want to see the blueprints, go the the project page.

The next building project is the boys’ dorm and girls’ dorm. There will always be building projects and repairs needed.

JUST want to play with the kids or hold babies? We love having people who want to invest their time with the kids. We have teams of older women who come just to be grandmas to our little ones.

We welcome VBS and pre-school projects. The older kids like games. Oh, did I mention soccer? It is only the number one sport of Kenya!  C’mon, bring your team and put on a sports camp.

Bring your Worship Team.  We all love to worship! If you want to plan a community concert/outreach, we will help put that together.

We continue to provide clean drinking water as funding is provided.  We have been taking teams to Africa since 2002. Our teams have helped build a church, water purification systems, mud huts. Below are some of the pictures taken on these trips. It has been a life-changing trip for many. Some have gone more than once and other have stayed long-term. If you are interested in going on a trip or helping in some way, go to the, “Getting Involved” page or contact us.

Banana Trees

We grow a variety of fruits and vegetables, best bananas you'll ever eat.


If you or any of the team members want to go on safari, we will help you arrange it. The cost for a 2-4 day safari is between $1,500 to $2,500. A safari for most people is a once in a lifetime trip. Kenya is home to the “BIG FIVE “– Lion, Elephant, Cape Buffalo, Leopard and Rhino, five of the most dangerous animals . Below are pictures that were taken during some of the safaris.

Safari Collag

All pictures were taken by mission team members while in Africa.