Global Connection Projects
Current and upcoming projects
Donate to a specific global project by clicking the name of the trip below.
Belarus - This project involves visiting Minsk, Zhemchuzhinka and the surrounding area to discover how Belarusians conduct their daily lives.
Cheyenne River - This project is aimed at helping the Lakota on the Cheyenne River reservation with Anthony Hanson from the New Hope Native American Mission.
Chiang Mai - This project will involve seeing night markets, riding elephants, visiting a night safari and volunteering at an orphanage.
Extreme Africa - This project is a volunteer effort with the Baptist Mission of South Sudan.
Mongolia - This project will allow the group to tour and experience Mongolian culture.
Peru - This project involves touring Iquitos and jungle villages to see landmarks and experience the culture.
Pyrenees - This project involves three groups hiking different portions of the Camino de Santiago as a pilgrimage.
Fall and December 2015-January 2016
The CGC is one of the largest student ministry projects mobilization programs in the USA.
The Center for Global Connections is committed to representing Christ globally by equipping the SBU community to live missionally (Locally, Domestically, and Globally) by providing participants strategic educational experiences to be holistically transformed.
The aim of the Center for Global Connections is to connect students to a larger world. Students should see their neighbor, their country, and "the ends of the earth" and move to action. The CGC is committed to developing student leaders for a global society. Students must learn to care for one another as team members while preparing and serving together. The CGC leads students into the global classroom to learn and spread the message about Jesus Christ to all.