Guatemala Pilgrimage Information Session

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Come see and hear what’s in store for this year’s pilgrimage!

Stillpoint is partnering once again with Porch de Salomon to offer this one-week service opportunity in beautiful Panajachel, Guatemala. Originally planned for March, we have rescheduled our pilgrimage to take advantage of better weather and accommodate more of our pilgrims’ schedules.

The pilgrimage to Panajachel is planned for November 4-11, 2017.

Information Sessions

Wed Feb 8


Thurs Feb 9


Information about the location, work project, our on-site hosts and coordinating team Porch de Salomon, accommodations, and more will be covered.  Insights, reflections, and transformative encounters and experiences from past pilgrimage participants will also be shared

Facilitators: Brian Neely, 2015 and 2017 Pilgrimage Coordinator and Roxanne Rawson, Stillpoint Director

“You don’t know what the journey is. You may think you are going to do or learn something and it turns out Gods plan is for you to do or learn something different than you thought.”  

— Beverly Burnett, 2015 Pilgrim

The children were my most transforming experience, coming with the idea in my head, that they had so little compared to American children, but what I really saw was that they had much more than many of our affluent children.”  

–Jane Fransioli, 2015 Pilgrim

“Seeing water run for the first time through the pipe we helped build…I’m changed forever because of this.  And we worked so hard.  The actual physical part was fantastic.  Every minute of that hard day…I loved it!”  –MJ Appelbaum, 2015 Pilgrim

There is no adequate way to explain the impact the people of Guatemala will have on your life.  In one short week this pilgrimage can transform you on physical, spiritual, mental and emotional levels.  We go to serve others and come away with gifts we never could have imagined!  –Brian Neely, 2015 & 2017 Pilgrimage Coordinator

About Porch de Salomon

Porch de Salomon is among Central America’s most progressive mission organizations. They seek to bring help and support to the indigenous people, Latinos, expatriates, and tourists of Guatemala. They serve the local community in many ways with their primary work being to build cinder block homes for displaced, indigenous Mayan families. They also serve several dental and medical clinics in villages surrounding Panajachel.

A Message from Porch de Salomon:

If you are a looking for an experience that will challenge you, stretch your faith, and welcome you into something bigger than yourself, then come be a part of what God is doing through Porch de Salomon.


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