($1,200 if eligible for PAC subsidy – $800 for eligible first-timers)
All subsidies require an additional application. Cost includes airfare, meals, lodging, transportation and ministry supplies.
About the Region
Santiago, Dominican Republic, plays an important role as a cultural, industrial and economic center in the country. The picturesque beauty of the country naturally lends itself to
About the Ministry
Mission TwentyFive35 is a ministry whose founders have a deeply rooted relationship with PAC and the Dominican Republic. Missionaries Rick and Tammie Romano work closely with the national churches of the Christian and Missionary Alliance. Ministering to marginalized families in the lower class, they share the hope of Jesus by offering resources needed to purify drinking water. Through these efforts, they actively support and seek to plant churches.
Team projects include but are not limited to assisting with construction at a water filtration plant, building and expanding local church facilities, and constructing and repairing homes for families in need. There are also opportunities conducting kids’ day camps, working with children at an orphanage, helping the elderly at a nursing home, serving those who work at a landfill, and spending time with children in the cancer ward of a city hospital.
While each short-term team raises the expenses related to the work of the team, contributions to the Global Ministry Fund help support the ongoing ministry needs of our missionary partners, Rick & Tammie Romano and their daughters Rebekah, Abby, and Moriah.
- God’s wisdom for the direction of Mission TwentyFive35 and the Romanos.
- Sensitivity to the Holy Spirit’s
leadingin working with the leadership of the national C&MA churches.
- Continued relationships with the government as the ministry farm becomes a trade school
- The beginning of a boys home at the farm
- Protection and safety for all the teams that serve throughout the year