East Kentucky Missions:  changing hearts and lives

Summer 2021 Update: 

We are currently updating for 2021.  Here are our anticipated weeks of service for Summer 2021.  Our costs and updated group planning guide will be available soon. 

June Weeks

May 30-June 5, June 6-12, June 13-19, June 20-26, June 27-July 3 

July Weeks 

July 5-10*, July 11-17, July 18-24, July 25-31 

August Weeks

August 1-7

All weeks, except July 5, have a Sunday arrival between 3-4 pm, and a flexible Saturday departure (by 9 am).  

*July 5 week begins on Monday (arrival between 3-4 pm and Saturday departure) 

Partner with us as we share the hope of Jesus in Southeast Kentucky
Our missions trips are affordable, personal, and Christ-centered



Located in a struggling area of Eastern Kentucky, our mission teams serve in very practical ways.  We seek to mend broken homes and hearts by showing and sharing the gospel of Jesus with humility, mercy, & grace 

We keep it real. 


Our teams have been  serving  the people of Leslie County Kentucky for 17 years and have hosted over 37,000 volunteers!  We are beginning our third year of ministry in Floyd Kentucky in 2020

We're here to stay!


We welcome all groups! 

Adult teams 
Youth Ministries

College Ministries 

Christian Schools

You are Welcome Here!


We know that money can be tight.   We try to keep our trips affordable.  Your total cost of $229pp includes food, lodging, staffing, worship services & supplies!  You provide transportation.  

We keep it affordable! 

Who we are: 

Big Creek Missions is a Christ focused mission in Southeast Kentucky. Our two mission centers are permanently based in two struggling counties in Eastern Kentucky.  We share and show the Gospel by meeting spiritual, physical, and emotional needs. 

What We do: 

*Our mission centers are based in the communities we serve.  We are committed to our people! 

*We research and plan meaningful opportunities for your team - which is also beneficials to our residents.
*For our residents, we offer home repairs, community programs, and children's enrichment programs. 
*For your team, we offer a life-changing mission experience focused on serving Jesus and serving others.  

The Cost: 

$229 per person for a full week mission trip!  (Two half-week options are available for a reduced cost!)  

What your $229 covers:  

Your gift helps us create local jobs and provide numerous ministries to our residents, including construction, food ministries, and even operating our local pool and summer camps.  It also covers your team's: 
*Lodging (gender based bunk rooms / mattresses / indoor hot showers)
*2 hot meals and 1 sack lunch daily
*Construction and ministry supplies
*Ministry staffing, worship team (BC campus), worship leader (Wheelwright Campus) pre-project planning, and more!  
*$10 gift card to our mission store for each participant (must meet 3 qualifications)

      **1) if all team members register online 30 days prior to the trip
         2) if all group payments are on time (30 days prior to trip) 
         3) group pays full amount for spaces reserved / no cancellations


What does a typical day look like for my team? 

(This is the schedule for our Big Creek campus.  Our Wheelwright campus may differ slightly!) 

7:00 am - Breakfast!  We offer a full cafeteria style hot breakfast. 

7:30 am - Lunch packing time!  Team members build their own lunch at our lunch stations and pack it in their team cooler

8:00 am - Morning Worship & Sendoff.  We'll worship and dig into God's word to help focus for the day!

8:20 am - Adult meeting / Student team meetings.  The directors meet with adults daily to go over the day's plans 

9:00 am - Go serve!  Your drivers and their teams will load your vehicles and head out to the work site for the day!  

                     (lunch is eaten at the work site - lunchtime is different for each team) 

4:320 pm (ish) - Return to Big Creek ... shower, nap, relax, go outside and play, whatever! 

5:30 pm - Dinner!  We offer a full cafeteria style dinner and salad bar every evening, except Wednesday (night out) 

7:30 pm - Worship!  We'll gather again for worship in the evening to end our day right! 

8:30 pm - Church Group meeting times!  This is where you and your team can gather and share about your day.  

10:45 pm - SLEEP!  

Your participants can choose 1 of 4 ministries
Your entire team doesn't have to serve together!  Each participant chooses their ministry for the week. 
Your entire team may not serve together every day.  However, your students will always be placed with an adult from your group, and you determine how your group is divided


Why do we need mission teams in Southeast Kentucky?    

Located in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky - an area with rich heritage, friendly people, and amazing scenery, Big Creek Missions has established itself as a bright light in a community filled with darkness.  Drug use, poverty, hunger, hopelessness, and loneliness are running rampant in our area.  In fact, this area has been declared among the hardest places to live in the United States.   

Our area also fights many of the stereotypes that plague small Appalachian towns.  Outsiders may think of eastern Kentucky as toothless hillbillies, shoeless kids, and uneducated folks.  That's simply not reality.   Yes, we have problems, but we also have many bright, energetic residents, churches and community leaders trying to make a difference.  Your group can a part of this effort to serve our people.  You can build relationships with locals, serve families, evangelize the lost, and disciple young Christians.  Your team will help nurture relationships our mission has built over the past 17 years!

Will anyone follow up after we leave? 

Yes!  We're a year round ministry.  You can be confident we will continue to nurture the relationships that are built during your week of service.  We will strive to connect any new believers with a Gospel-centered church and meet needs through the year.

What are the two location choices? 


Your team members can serve our people by offering basic home repairs!  Utilizing the skills of your construction crew leaders and teams we will  build relationships with families and make much needed repairs to their homes. 


Our community team offers the most "variety" to our incoming teams.  Teams enjoy a variety of ministry opportunities:  Elderly care, home visits, food pantries, clothing ministry, summer feeding, lawn care, and more!


Your team will work with others to provide an interactive and exciting "VBS style" experience for our local children each day.  These daily events are located at local pools, parks, churches, and community centers.  

Teen Outreach

We're looking for a few mature students and group leaders for teen ministry. We'll offer daily activities and deeper disciple making with our local teens.  This ministry is by invitation and group leader recommendation only.  Agest 17+

Big Creek Mission Center

Location:  90 bullskin Road, Bear Branch KY
Capacity: 165  volunteers (reduced due to Covid 19) 

Setting:  More rural setting - travelling to adjacent towns

Worship:  Typically a full band & staff speakers

Ministry Choices:  Construction, Community, Children's 

Ministry differences:  Here, you'll still interact with your team - but also have many interactions with other groups. This setting is more structured and less "customized" 

Accessibility:  This facility is fully accessible with private wheelchair friendly bathroom, and is all one level

View pictures of this campus HERE
Download the Big Creek Campus planning guide here 

Wheelwright Mission Center

Location:  1369 KY-306, Wheelwright, KY 41669
Capacity: 65 volunteers (reduced due to covid 19)

Setting:  More "in town" type setting, located in small town

Worship: worship leader+speaker 

Ministry Choices:  Construction, Community, Children's 

Ministry differences:  Your team will have a much more "personalized" experience here in Wheelwright.  Group sizes are smaller and local interaction is more personal

Accessibility: Contact us regarding accessibility.  We will work with you to accommodate those with special needs  

View Pictures of this campus HERE  
Download the Wheelwright Campus planning guide here 


A message from the Founder & Director

Thank you for your interest in Big Creek Missions!  After 18 years of service, we are still amazed at how the Lord continues to work through His church to meet needs in our area.  Our website is very thorough and will answer almost all your questions.   Our printable group planning guides are extremely thorough, as well!   Feel free to contact me if you have any additional questions!  

- Kevin Rogers, Director     kevinr@bigcreekmissions.com 

Download our Big Creek Campus planning guide HERE 
Download our Wheelwright Campus planning guide HERE 

Register now for Summer 2021
Arrive Sunday 3-4 pm EST 

Depart Saturday by 9 am, EST 

May 30-June 5 

June 6-12

June 13-19

June 20-26

June 27-July 3 

July 5-10*

July 11-17

July 18-24

July 25-31

August 1-7

*July 5th week:  Arrive Monday 3-4 pm EST, depart Saturday by 9 am EST

To reserve spaces, click the button below: 
$50 pp online deposits are requested to reserve your spaces for the summer

Need to shorten your week or leave early?  Please contact us for details 



Frequently asked questions

What type groups and ages are welcome at Big Creek?

We welcome ALL age groups and group types! Including, but not limited to: Families
Adult groups Senior groups Youth groups School groups College groups Other church groups

Families are welcome! You would simply register as a "group" - even though you're family. Our environment is Christ-centered, exciting, and joyful! Our mission ideal for all age groups as long as you're willing to worship, work, and live with others! Youth group leaders: It's important that you host trainings for your team prior to arrival. Gather your group to mow a lawn, paint a fence, or clean a building. Challenge them to work hard and make sure they're up to the task! It's not advisable to bring participants who can't pay attention, won't work, are divisive, or simply aren't interested. Children are welcome as long as they can listen to instructions and are willing / able to serve in some capacity. Children under 12 need a parent or close relative to serve with them.

Why is this trip more affordable than other mission trips?

We understand a lot of mission organizations would charge twice what we do. Having grown up in a very small church with a very small budget, our founder and director is passionate about keeping this mission affordable for those churches that - without our lower costs - would never be able to serve on mission. Your price of $229 per person helps us pay our staff, purchase supplies, pay our utilities, and provide almost all the materials needed for your trip. Even though our prices are far less than other trips, you'll notice that our facility is nice, our food is good, and our staff are VERY passionate! Here are a few reasons our trip is a much cheaper:

  1. We don't spend a lot of money on advertising and fluffy fancy stuff.
  2. We look for creative ways to cut expenses without cutting quality.
  3. We aren't top-heavy with administrative staff. We all serve together! You'll see our director and staff working along side your team and cleaning, washing dishes, and cooking.
If your church is accustomed to paying a lot more for their mission trips, you can always raise the same amount and bring the extra as a donation to specific building projects or other ministries. We can surely use it in many of our various ministries!

What is the typical daily schedule while at Big Creek?

When you arrive Sunday between 3-4 pm EST, you'll be greeted by an eager and enthusiastic staff. They will lead you through a brief tour of the campus and and prepare you for the events of the week. Don't be late - you want to start your week prepared! (We are on Eastern time!) We work for five full days. Wednesday night (4-10 pm) is your night to spend time in our community and eat out! (July 4th week may change!)
6:45 am: Wakeup Call
7:00:am: Breakfast
8:00 am: Morning Worship
9am-4pm: Serving in the community!
5:45 pm: Dinner
8:00 pm: Worship
10:45 pm: Lights Out!

This basic schedule summarizes the day. Check out our Group Planning Guide for a detailed version of our schedule.

What are the accomodations like?

We have two campuses that are very different! Big Creek Campus: We can comfortably accommodate 200 people at Big Creek. Most of our weeks are typically at capacity during the summer. This facility is wheelchair accessible with a private wheelchair accessible shower / restroom Our facility is secured by a perimeter fence and gate that is secured by a keycode. We keep our gates closed at all times for the safety and security of our volunteers. Bunkrooms 1-5: Boys (sleep 18 each)
Bunkrooms 6-9: Girls (sleep 18 each)
Bunkroom 10: Girls (sleeps 36) All our rooms have:
-3 level Bunkbeds
-Air Conditioning
-Ample carpeted floor space for meetings in each room -Private dressing area

Our new shower rooms were opened in June, 2017 and have:
- 20 showers, 10 toilets, and 16 sinks
- Lockable doors to all showers and toilets
- plenty of sinks Outside, we have a huge front lawn that has plenty of room for outdoor games, a pavilion, carpet ball, gau-gau pit, volleyball, and 9 square in the air. You can view pictures of this facility at www.bigcreekmissions.com/facility Wheelwright Campus: This campus offers accomodations for 65 and we continue to grow: 2 bunkrooms sleeping 24 each (one for males, one for females) 3 family/couple rooms sleeping from 4-6 volunteers each. 3 adjacent shower rooms with 2-3 showers in each (with endless hot water) 2 level bunk beds Air conditioning Private Dressing Areas Worship Center
Game Room Basketball & Playgrounds just a short walk up or down the road! Commons areas ... and more to come! You can view pictures of this location at www.bigcreekmissions.com/wheelwright

Can my participants change ministry choices midweek?

We prefer individuals stick with their ministry choice for the entire week so you are able to build relationships with the people you serve. For those wanting the most "variety" in ministries, we recommend the community ministry. It will offer you more opportunities for various programs (lawn care, elderly visits, food pantries, nursing homes) Remember, your participants will choose their own ministry through our online registration at www.bigcreekmissions.com/go NOTE: You have the choice who to keep together in your group! t's important that you tell us who you want to keep together! If you don’t tell us who to “keep together” using the system, we will simply pair your students/adults together randomly as we design ministry groups the week before. The registration system is located at: www.bigcreekmissions.com/go You can view your group’s progress here at any time.

What type ministries are available for my group?

Your participants will choose one of four ministries for the week. Each individual chooses their own ministry. As group leader, you'll be able to monitor their choices and "assign" them to work together.

Example: if you bring 20 participants, 5 choose construction, 5 choose community, and 10 choose children's ministry: It's likely that the 5 construction will serve together, 5 community will serve together, an 10 children's will serve together. We strive to always have an adult representative from your church on each of your teams.
Children's Ministry: We offer exciting daycamps for children in three counties. We offer Christ-centered elements, summer feeding, games, activities, sports, and other activities to improve the quality of life for our kids. We even fund and operate our county pool. We love our kids! Community Ministry: Our community teams work with many local organizations We visit nursing homes & the elderly. We offer food and clothing giveaways. This is the most diverse ministry with the most options for interaction with people. Construction Ministry: Our teams repair many homes in our community. We place priority on the people, not the project. For every 8 participants desiring to work in construction, it's important that you bring at least one skilled construction "crew chief" who can capably complete a project. Teen Ministry: Although your participants may "choose" this ministry, we will ask for your recommendation to verify their maturity before assignment. This ministry will work at daycamp location to lead the teen ministry for local teenagers. We will also be seeking a youth pastor to help us design a great week for local students!

Will my group all serve together?  Will they be split up?

As the group leader, you will have a lot of control over your group's assignments. Your group members will individually choose between one of four ministries! (Children's, Construction, Community, and teens). As group leader, you will be able to tell us who to "keep together" on your team.

We do encourage you to work with others, partner with other churches, and get to know others. Sometimes, keeping your entire group together can cause you to lose positive interactions which can help grow your team! We will always strive to keep at least one adult from your team with each group of students! Here are some benefits to letting your group divide & experience different things:
**Even though it may seem that your group is “divided” through the week, they will have ample time throughout the week (both during the day AND during the evening church group share time) to share their unique experiences from varying viewpoints and build unity within the group.
**If your group is together, they all see one thing. If your group is divided, you’ll hear stories about up to 16 different ministries going on in our community!
**Allowing students to pick their own ministry gives students an opportunity to LEAD in a different group, where they may never be given that opportunity within their own group because of past mistakes or social standing.
**Splitting your group them to shed the social cliques and stereotypes that may exist within their own church group. We’ve seen VERY positive results from this model!

What do we need to plan in advance of our trip?

Wwe hope you'll come armed with some creative ideas for ministry! Even though we're planning the basic details, we need your team to do some work before arriving! CHILDRENS MINISTRY: If your team is helping with kids ministry, please come with ideas for games, crafts, and other activiites. You can view our children's ministry program materials at www.bigcreekmissions.com/volunteerinfo. Ideas for Kids Ministry: Sports Camps, Cheer Camps, sewing classes, music lessons, arts classes, skills classes, fun games, educational opportunities, and more! CONSTRUCTION MINISTRY: Contact our construction coordinator for more information about preparing for the mission! Feel free to come view potential projects prior to your trip. We hope you'll consider hosting a "pre-trip" training day. Maybe you'll lead an activity day for children, or work on someone's home. You can mow lawns, wash cars, or have a simple service project. Use this work day as an example of the mission trip. Find out which students need extra attention, and work with them so they're ready for the mission trip.

If they can't (or won't) work, or if they won't pay attention to your instructions, maybe they should consider attending NEXT year!

How many chaperones do I need to bring?

How many chaperones are required? AS MANY AS YOU CAN! The more adults you can bring, the more effective the mission will be. This is NOT just a youth mission trip - this is for ALL AGES! We hope you'll open this trip up to your entire church - not just the students. You need quality adults to help lead and guide your students! Our staff are college students. They're very passionate, but don't have the experience that many adults do. Because of that, we need you to bring us some good construction pros to be the "crew chiefs." They can be contractors, or just home handymen! We also need children's ministry pros to help us lead the children to Jesus! If you bring a high school group, we recommend a 1:4 (adult/student) ratio

If you bring a middle school group, we recommend a 1:3 (adult/student)ratio

If you bring a pre-teen group, we recommend a 1:2 (adult/student) ratio

Many churches open up this trip to just one age group. We hope you'll consider opening this trip up to anyone in your church with a passion to serve! Please strive to locate talented and passionate adults who can help us lead construction and children's ministries! This is YOUR mission trip - and the quality of leaders that you bring will only enhance the experience. This is not just a student mission trip. All age groups are welcome to join us. Bring everyone!

What are the worship services and devotions like?

Our worship services (both morning and evening) are well-planned, Christ-Centered, and Biblically based. Since our churches have various theological perspectives, we are careful to teach Christ as our focus and the Bible as our source. Our leaders will select scripturally supported worship music that also points to the scriptural theme for the week. The devotions will be scripture based (with scripture supporting scripture) and applicable to all ages. Our Big Creek location typically has a full worship band and speaker (typically a director). You can expect some current and well-known worship songs as well as some lesser-known songs! We have drums, guitars, and use video projection. We choose one book of the Bible to study each summer, and depending on the content, it may be both encouraging AND hard-hitting as we simply expose what the Bible says. At the Wheelwright location we will have a worship leader and speaker (typically the directors) We choose one centralized theme for the summer to study. We hope it is both encoraging AND stretching to leaders and younger folks alike.

Do the participants I bring need to be Christians?

We certainly hope that most of your team members have professed faith in Jesus. However, we don't want to hinder the ministry that you may have with your students, as we know that each person grows and learns at a different pace. We ask that you prayerfully consider the maturity and abilities of that student to handle themselves in ministry situations. Please be aware that we have a high standard for ministry and will not tolerate behavior that distracts from our mission. All of that to say, we hope and pray to see God move both in and through the lives of those who serve and those we serve.

Can we bring extra donations?  What kind?

YES! Please bring those donations, as we’ll distribute them to people as needed. You can read about our “wishlist” in your summer group preparation guide or at: www.bigcreekmissions.com/wishlist

What kind of vehicles are best for this mission trip?

*Cars are great. *Mini-Vans are great.
*Trucks are GREAT for construction! *12-15 passenger vans: these are great. However, please don't bring these if your drivers aren't comfortable driving them. Our roads are mountainous! *Mini-buses 26 passengers or less are also acceptable.
15-25 passenger buses are almost always assigned to children's ministry, and sometimes community ministry.
*Please consider having multiple drivers available for each vehicle- even rental vehicles! Here's an example why. Meet Bob and Linda. Let's say Bob signed up for construction and Linda chose children. Bob's driving a 15 passenger van. We don't need that van in construction, but we do need it in children's ministry! If Bob is the primary driver, we would need him to switch to children's ministry to follow the van. OR, if Linda is a backup driver, she can simply drive the van for him. Bob would ride with one of the other construction drivers. PLEASE LEAVE ONE SEAT AVAILABLE FOR EVERY 8 PARTICIPANTS! This way, we will have seats for our staff to ride along with our work groups

How do we register and pay?

1. Check our availability and register at www.bigcreekmissions.com/register 2. Choose your location! (Big Creek Campus or Wheelwright Campus) 3. Register your group online with an initial $50 per person deposit via credit / debit card 4. 30 days to your trip: Final balance due ($189 per person) (checks only, no credit cards) Mail all payments to: Big Creek Missions, PO BOX 211, Bear Branch KY 41714 **remember: in order to receive the $10 gift card per participant, payments must be on time, participants must register 30 days before, AND all reserved spots must be paid for / no cancellations!

I have questions!   Who do I talk to?

We are available to answer your questions! the BEST way to contact us is by email OR the chat function on the webpage. Because of limited cell service and sketchy phones, we recommend emails for fastest response! General mission questions: Kevin Rogers, Director, kevinr@bigcreekmissions.com or (888) 355-4055 x1 If you chat, you're typically talking with Kevin! Registration Questions Jordan Boggs, Office Manager, jordan@bigcreekmissions.com (888) 355-4055 If you chat, you may also be talking with Jordan - Kevin's assistant! Financial / Accounting questions: Rusty Drummer, Administrator. accounting@bigcreekmissions.com (or (888) 355-4055 x5 Big Creek Campus: Children's ministry questions: Children's Ministry coordinators, kids@bigcreekmissions.com Big Creek Campus: Construction ministry questions: Garry Ostrander: garry@bigcreekmissions.com All Wheelwright Ministry Questions (construction, community ministries) Bubba or Tammy bubba@bigcreekmissions.com or tammy@bigcreekmissions.com

What happens if i register too many people?

Because of our low prices, cancellations hurt us a lot. This is our only funding for the year! We ask our team leaders to only register those people who have provided you a deposit payment! Please don't over-estimate. Maintain a waiting list so that if someone cancels, you can simply fill their spot with a backup. IF someone cancels last minute, we ask you to consider their full trip payment a donation to the mission. This helps us keep our costs as low as possible to our teams, and allows us to pay our summer staff, purchase supplies, and follow through with commitments made to our community! HERE'S WHAT WE RECOMMEND: 1) REGISTER ONLY FOR THOSE WHO HAVE PAID DEPOSITS! You can always increase your group numbers as long as space is available.

2) REGISTER LOW! Sometimes, we overestimate who may come on a trip, so be careful not to overestimate!! We almost ALWAYS have a few spaces available as we get closer to each week. If you need to add 1-2 spaces, you can do that!

3) IF PARTICIPANTS BACK OUT, please decrease your group numbers as soon as possible. IF we are able to fill those spots, we may be able to refund the overpayments. If we are not able to fill those spots, we cannot refund overpayments. IF your week is over capacity we will refund deposits if you need to lower your numbers (until we reach 205)

Financial details, deadlines, & more money questions!

Your payment covers almost everything except transportation! -- 2 good & hot meails daily, 1 sack lunch daily -- Bunk-style lodging with hot showers & cool rooms! -- Construction, tools, and other ministry materials -- Staffing & Worship team. (worship band @ Big Creek, worship leader @ Wheelwright) -- Pre-project planning and post-project followup!
--*$10 gift card to our mission store for each participant (must meet 3 qualifications) **1) if all team members register online 30 days prior to the trip 2) if all group payments are on time (30 days prior to trip) 3) group pays full amount for spaces reserved / no cancellations Deposits due dates: $50 per person registration deposit: Due upon registration $179 final payment: Due 30 days prior to your trip date. $229 total cost Where do I send my payments? Your first payment of $50 pp is made online using a debit or credit card. Your second payment made via an online invoice (emailed to you) OR via check at: Big Creek Missions - PO BOX 211 - Bear Branch KY 41714

What are the two different campuses like?

Big Creek Campus: 200 Volunteers per week + staff. Each team has a staff representative "Rural" camp-like setting, with large outside fellowship area 11 bunkrooms sleeping 18 each 20 showers, renovated in 2017 More structured, more "camp-like" Morning & Evening worship led by full band and speaker Wheelwright Campus 65 volunteers per week + staff. Each team has a staff representative "small town" setting - located in the community we serve 2 bunkrooms, 6 showers; 3 family/couple rooms with private and/or shared bathrooms Structured, yet with more personal interaction with our staff and other teams Morning & Evening worship led by worship leader and speaker

Are your facilities accessible and wheelchair friendly?

Our Big Creek Facility is fully accessible and has NO steps. Our entire facility is one level. We have just completed a private fully accessible bathroom complete with grab bars, roll in shower, ADA toilet and sink. We do not have any specialized equipment (lifts, shower wheelchair) although we do have a shower chair located in the shower. The Wheelwright Facility is somewhat accessible with a bit of assistance. The second floor dorm rooms are not accessible, however, accomodations can be made for first floor lodging and use of the first floor shower as needed. In time, we hope to improve the accessiblity of this facility as funds permit.

Covid 19 Updates & Changes

Our mission was unable to host groups in Summer 2020 due to Covid 19. This caused us to update our cancellation and deposit policy, as well as operating procedures. *Deposits: are non refundable, however, may be applied towards a trip by your church (or group) through May 2022 should you need to cancel. The funds can apply towards ANY mission group from your organization. *Why are our deposits non refundable? Simply put, our mission teams are our only source of operating income throughout the year. Our deposits help fund our center before the summer begins. Our final payments help fund the summer mission AND the fall following. By the time summer arrives, your deposits have been spent on planning and preparation for your summer trip. *Capacity: We have reduced our maximum housing capacity at both locations. *Facilities: We are improving ventilation, adding additional handwash stations, and adding sanitization stations at both facilities. *We cleaned and sanitized a LOT even before Covid19 struck, so we will continue with our strict cleaning protocols with several additional cleaning touchpoints.

Printable planning guides and brochures

Well yes we do! We keep our costs down by letting you print these as needed. Read our 2021 BIG CREEK CAMPUS planning guide Read our 2021 WHEELWRIGHT CAMPUS planning guide Read our General Ministry Expectations and Rules View our Big Creek Campus on Google Maps View our Wheelwright Campus on Google Maps
View past news stories & testimonials! Download a Printable Brochure about Big Creek


Here's how to reserve your week of service: 

1)  Collect deposits from your team members.  This will determine your group size!  

2) Click the box below:  You'll register & pay $50 deposits online via debit/credit card.  
3) We ask you to estimate "low" - or "realistically" and not overestimate your numbers!  

4)  You can always add more participants as long as spaces are available!


Before registering, we encourage you to read our planning guides:    

Read our 2020 BIG CREEK CAMPUS planning guide 

Read our 2020 WHEELWRIGHT CAMPUS planning guide 

Read our General Ministry Expectations and Rules

 View our locations on Google Maps 
 View past news stories & testimonials!

Download a Printable Brochure about Big Creek


Payments: Initial $50 per person deposit is paid online.  Please mail all other payments to: 
Big Creek Missions - PO BOX 211 - Bear Branch KY  - 41714 



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