Restoring a people. Rebuilding a nation.


Expect to be transformed as you serve! 

“All of us, then, reflect the glory of the Lord with uncovered faces; and that same glory, coming from the Lord, who is the Spirit, transforms us into his likeness in an ever greater degree of glory.” – 2 Corinthians 3:18

Ways to Serve in Rwanda
Do you have a heart for reaching the people of Rwanda with the gospel of Jesus Christ? There are many ways you can share the gospel by putting love in action…

  • Pastoral training
  • Professional skills training (construction, welding, etc.)
  • Veterinarians
  • ESL teachers
  • Counselors
  • Creative arts (videography, photography, etc.)
  • And more!

What does a typical short term mission trip look like? 
The average group will spend a week to two weeks in country. Working alongside the people, each group ministers in various ways while also visiting memorials, worshipping with the people, and visiting villages ERM serves. Typical activities include but are not limited to orphan and widow ministries, pastor and leader conferences, crusades, business seminars, construction projects, and special skills training. Please contact us and share how God is leading you and your group to get involved with short term missions.

Who do you serve?
The people of Rwanda and the Great Lakes Region of Africa – especially widows, orphans, and the most vulnerable who have been through a horrific past from the genocide against Tutsi of 1994.

Is it safe in Rwanda?
Yes, Rwanda is one of the safest countries in Africa.

What is the process for a Visa?
For American citizens, you receive your entry visa as you enter the country at the airport. There is a $30 fee.

What is the cost per person for a trip?
The full cost is $3,700 which includes airfare, lodging, food, transportation, and other expenses. Cost may vary depending on your length of stay, so please contact us for more details.

Here are some pictures from our most recent trip to Rwanda from the summer of 2014.

  • Kings High School Mission 2014
  • Equipping Ministry Workers 2014