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Credo Mission Trips

develop, acknowledge, RESPOND WITH SERVICE


Over the years, Credo has joined with churches and other partner organizations to serve communities around the country. This happens in a variety of ways, including but not limited to music! Past trips have found Credo responding with service in California, Texas, and Puerto Rico.

Learn more about past trips Credo has taken


Hurricane Relief Mission Trip Report - January 2018, Beaumont, TX & Puerto Rico

by Rebecca Shasberger, Credo Outreach Coordinator and Artist-in-Residence

This January Credo recruited a group of thirteen Oberlin Conservatory students who spent two weeks on campus learning and growing in ways quite familiar: rehearsing chamber music, being coached by members of Oberlin’s faculty, and performing in Kulas Recital Hall. No amount of imagination could have dreamt up the ways these students would continue to learn and grow through unfamiliar means once they took their hard work to Beaumont, Texas and San Juan, Puerto Rico. In these communities, ravaged last summer by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, the students shared with those in need, not only through music but through physical labor and emotional commitment. I joined the students not only as an organizer, but also as cellist of the Brahms Quintet, one of the chamber groups who traveled to Beaumont. It was a privilege to observe firsthand what took place in and through the Texas team during the week away. ...  CONTINUE READING HERE

Special thanks these partners who have made past Credo mission trips possible!

  • Chicago Symphony Orchestra

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic

  • Oberlin Conservatory (Oberlin, OH)

  • CitiImpact Ministries

  • Praying Pelican Missions

  • Lake Avenue Church (Pasadena, CA)

  • John Knox Presbyterian Church (North Olmsted, OH)

  • Church of the Open Door (Elyria, OH)

  • Antioch Missionary Baptist Church (Beaumont, TX)

  • The Midnight Mission (Los Angeles, CA)

  • Lawndale Christian Health Center (Chicago, IL)

top photo courtesy of The American Red Cross