Fairbanks Alaska

Many people travel to Alaska to enjoy its beauty and the majesty of "the last frontier."

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Trips starting at $999

International trips are available year-round through our trusted partner organizations that we've worked closely with over the years. Trips can be customized specifically to your needs. Please fill out the interest form for more information, and our partners will contact you to book your next life-changing international mission trip.

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Group Mission Trips does not operate this trip. You will be connected with a trusted partner organization that can safely and effectively run this trip.

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Families/Adult Groups (All Ages)
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Even though Alaska isn't an international destination, we include it in our international lineup because the itinerary is structured more like an international location than a domestic one.

Alaska stands as America's final frontier—beautiful, rugged, and maybe even a little dangerous to many. But for those few who call Alaska home, hardship is frequently knocking at the door, especially for the elderly. The weather can be extreme at times. There's historical tension of different cultures living in close proximity and a surprising number of homeless people (especially teenagers.) Living as an Alaskan citizen can be much different than what a tourist may experience, and we have the opportunity to help make these citizens' quality of life better and more comfortable.

Dates and Pricing

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Groups will lodge at Globe Creek Camp, a Christian camp located 50 minutes north of Fairbanks. Globe Creek Camp has 4 dormitory cabins, with the ability to host 40 participants. Globe Creek Camp has modern facilities, including a large kitchen, indoor bathrooms and showers, running HOT water, as well as separate staff and cook cabins.

How You’ll Serve

Here are examples of the types of projects you might be involved with:

  • Perform upkeep and maintenance at the camp, staff youth retreats for local Fairbanks children
  • Repair and maintenance projects, debris removal, and cleanup for low-income households in Fairbanks
  • Visit and work at a rural homestead
  • Work alongside a local ministry that serves native Alaskan populations


Our Partners

Mazatlan Missions, founded in 2016, serves to impact lives and communities through global partners, holistic projects, and short-term volunteers transformed by each unique service-leadership cultural experience. Specifically, they coordinate the efforts of short-term service with long-term local leaders to accomplish projects that impact communities. Please fill out an interest form, or contact James with Mazatlan Missions at (719) 640-4844.

Our main ministry partnership is with Globe Creek Camp, a local Christian camp north of Fairbanks, and our teams participate in many different types of service for upkeep of their property. We also partner with local churches and ministries, participating in Vacation Bible School, fellowship with their youth/adults, as well as other community outreach projects.


Sample Itinerary

Saturday – Arrive at Fairbanks Airport; activities in Fairbanks; check-in at local Christian camp
Sunday – Attend a local partner church
Monday-Thursday– Service projects at local Christian camp; evening devotions and God Sightings
Friday – Free day
Saturday – Depart for FAI Airport; fly home

Need to Know

  • U.S. citizens do not need passports to travel to Alaska.
  • Be up to date on all standard vaccines, such as Tetanus, Measles, Mumps, and Rubella.
  • Fly into the Fairbanks Airport (FAI). The average flight cost is $500 - $750.
  • Price does not include ground transportation; you are responsible for paying for rental vehicles and cost of gas. 
  • Dorm-style lodging with bunk beds and 10-12 people in gender-specific rooms.
  • Currency and electricity are the same as the rest of the U.S.
  • Bring additional money for souvenirs and free day activities.


2023 Program Theme

We all know the destruction and pain that fire can bring, but God also presents fire as purifying and refining throughout Scripture. So why would God choose fire to refine us? It separates the impurities and leaves what is valuable. Friend, when God brings or allows the fiery furnace of discomfort in our lives, it does not burn indiscriminately. It burns intentionally to make us more like Him. We can trust that it is always for our refinement and never for our destruction.

Each day we'll explore how God forges our faith. Through each powerful, transformational mission trip experience, your group will see how God wants us to know we're justified through faith and given access to his perfect peace and grace (Romans 5:1-4). Join us this summer as we explore how we're all FORGED by faith!

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What's Included

Most meals
On-site staff
Organized service projects
All project materials for each worksite*

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