Despite Travel Restrictions, International Church Partnerships Thrive

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When the COVID pandemic hit last year, canceling tours and trips, ministries around the world wondered how it would affect partnerships between North America and the churches and communities they support overseas. Much to our surprise, these relationships not only survived but thrived. Join World Renew for a free webinar to discover what made these partnerships successful, and then take a virtual tour to our international locations to hear country-specific updates and how your church can join in this ministry.

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A note about international travel with World Renew 

World Renew takes responsibility for its management and support of individuals and volunteer groups seriously.  After reviewing risk management protocols weighting that against the current COVID-19 breakouts along with the rollout of vaccinations for North Americans and the countries where World Renew normally conducts individual placements, discovery tours, corporate groups and church partnership visits against the risks associated with physical in person placements, a decision has been made that no volunteers or teams will be placed for the remainder of 2021.

In keeping with our philosophy of “do no harm” and to ensure safety for our staff, partners and communities, travel and in-person visits will resume when the health and safety of our communities and its members can be assured and once the International COVID monitoring response team has green lighted international travel for volunteers and groups.

*note this does not apply to Disaster Response Services (DRS). For the latest information about DRS volunteer opportunities, visit https://worldrenew.net/disaster-response-services

Virtual volunteer opportunities and internships are in development and will be posted Spring 2021. Sign up here to be notified when applications will be accepted.

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