Mission Teams


MISSION TEAMS INTRODUCTION

No Shots, No Passports, A Different World

In addition to serving others, SafeHouse Outreach is a training ground for anyone who desires to learn how to “love beyond labels” and impact their community as a positive influencer. We do this by teaching people to change the world, loving others the way Jesus intended them to be loved. This is done primarily through our Mission Teams.

SafeHouse Outreach offers custom Mission Team Trips for groups to stay overnight and serve with us.

  • Stay - We have 4 dorm rooms with a total of 45 beds, men’s and women’s locker rooms, and a full kitchen. Groups can plan to stay one night, one week, or longer. Each trip is customized per the group’s needs.
  • Serve - Learn to serve these who live in the margins of society. Participants engage in real, on-site outreach, work projects, program implementation, and leadership development.

  • SafeHouse Outreach Mission Team trips are great for every type of group.

  • Student Groups
  • Men’s/ Women’s Groups
  • Families
  • Companies
  • Clubs
  • Mission Team Interest Form

    Make a Team Payment

    Download a Team Leader Packet

    THE PROJECTS

    It is our desire to custom fit the projects around the talents and desires of your group. Please make sure you express to our office any preferences you may have. Projects may vary from Picnic in the Park, Prayer Walks, Block Parties, Work projects, Painting, Impact Atlanta Initiatives, and Nightly dinner services. We try to balance work based projects and relational ministry projects.

  • City Walk - We will walk the streets of Atlanta and pray for the City and the people we are attempting to reach. This is a great opportunity to familiarize your group with the city and to see some of the areas where the people we are reaching live and socialize.
  • Impact Meals – This project includes purchasing, preparing, and serving food for 150+ people experiencing homelessness. Your group can also facilitate the evening programing through music, drama, or spoken word. Additionally, teams are responsible for setup, breakdown, and cleanup of the evening Impact Meal.
  • Soup an Sock Event - We begin by going on walks throughout the city to recruit people to come to the soup and sock event. Then we prepare soup for each of the homeless men and women that attend. We then serve the soup along with a pair of socks to everyone. Finally, we use the handout as a way to hangout with the people and love on them.
  • Picnic in the Park - For this project, we will walk to Woodruff Park, a nearby hangout for people experiencing homelessness, and distribute snacks and bottles of water. We will also bring balls, Frisbees, etc. and play games with others in the park.
  • Work Projects - Various work projects need to be completed around Safehouse Outreach and neighboring organizations. These projects can be anything from cleaning, sorting, painting, or construction. We expect that each plan on completing at least one major work project.
  • City Sweep - This is our opportunity to help the City of Atlanta by cleaning the sidewalks and areas near SafeHouse Outreach.
  • Unholyland Tour - This is a two hour bus tour of Atlanta at night. The tour is informative and inspirational. Highlights are the history of Safehouse ministry since 1982 and much historical information regarding Atlanta Ga. (Sometimes called the New York City of the south.) Over 100,000 people have taken this tour.
  • Homelessness For a Day - This full day event is designed to give people a glimpse of what a day is like in the life of a person living on the street of Atlanta. Teams are divided into groups and assigned a leader. Groups are then taken deep into the city and dropped off. Each group has to find a meal, secure shelter for the night, hang out with other people living in homelessness, and find there way back to Safehouse.
  • Outreach Events – Join us for our annual Thanksgiving event, City Walks, Work Projects, and more Outreach Events.
  • Community Partners - As part of our work projects, we partner with local organizations to serve some of their immediate needs. Some of the organizations we work with include: Gateway Center, Atlanta Mission, God’s Farm, Furniture Bank of Atlanta, Reflections of Trinity, Frontline Response and more.
  • THE COST

    Mission Team trips are usually custom, all-inclusive trips that include housing, staffing, meals, snacks, program supplies, attractions, swag, and team training.

    Urban Sleep Over

  • Use of Dorms, Kitchen, Showers
  • Staff Facilitation
  • Lodging Cost: $15 per person per night (10 person minimum.) Attractions are extra.
  • Food Cost: $15 per person per day (Breakfast, lunch, and dinner)


  • 1-3 Day Mission Trip

  • Use of Dorms, Kitchen, Showers
  • Staff Facilitation
  • Programing Staff
  • All supplies for projects
  • All meals and snacks
  • Custom designed projects that use the talents and skills of your group.
  • Cost: $70 per person per night - T-shirts and Attractions are extra.


  • 5-7 Day Mission Trip

  • Use of Dorms, Kitchen, Showers
  • Staff Facilitation
  • Programing Staff
  • All supplies for projects
  • All meals and snacks – Includes several meals out at area well know Atlanta restaurants.
  • T-Shirts for each attendee – One Design
  • Custom designed projects that use the talents and skills of your group.
  • Trip to one of Atlanta’s area attractions – GA Aquarium, World of Coke, Civil Rights Museum, and More.
  • Cost: $70 per person per night - Additional attractions are extra.

  • GET STARTED

    If you are interested in booking a Mission Team trip with us, click the button below and complete the following "Mission Team Interest Form". If you have additional questions please email [email protected].

    Mission Team Interest Form

    Make a Team Payment

    Download a Team Leader Packet