In October 2007, Lifepoint Church began a partnership with a local church in a suburb on the outskirts of Havana, Cuba.  Our team works to assist the church there with construction and painting in several of their mission churches throughout the city, helps to train new pastors and leaders for the future growth of the church in Cuba and builds relationships with many people in the city who do not know Christ in a personal way.

For more specific trip details, or if you are interested in being a part of what God is doing in Cuba, contact


When is the 2019 trip?

We are currently forming a team that will be traveling once in Fall, 2019.  Please contact for details.

What is the approximate cost?

The cost for the Cuba trip is usually around $2000/person (up to half of the trip cost may be paid for by the Wide Open World Fund for qualifying Lifepoint members) which includes round trip airfare to Havana, housing, meals (except for one), local transportation, ministry projects/materials, day trip activities, departure taxes, fees, insurance on you and your baggage, and a trip facilitator/translator to accompany the group for the week.  The cost does not include passport fees, vaccinations, or souvenirs.

What will we being doing on the trip?

Typically we will spend our time doing light construction work on the development of a mission church during the day and building relationships through worship and teaching/discipleship ministry at the local church in the evenings.

Where will we stay?

We usually stay in a local bed and breakfast in Old Havana with private bath and meals prepared by local Cuban cooks.

How will we get around the city?

The team travels around the city primarily by bus or van driven by local drivers. Occasionally, we may travel by coco taxi or by foot.

What else will we do?

While we are in Cuba we will take part in some tourist activities, like a day trip tour via coco-taxi of Havana to see the beauty of this great island nation, we will go to the historic cannon ceremony overlooking the harbor, and we will also do some sight-seeing in and around the capital.

What is a typical day’s schedule like?

We usually work on ministry projects in the morning through early afternoon and are involved in church events most evenings and on the weekend.