Transformation is a two-way street

Be a part of our in-country work, learn what it looks and feels like by participating in an Immersion Trip with AsOne Ministries. Our immersion trips give team members the opportunity to be an intrinsic part of our ongoing work in Uganda. Our trips are geared towards mutual change by placing relationships at the center of what we do. Relationships change who we are and the way we see the world. Our goal is for participants to go home changed. We also challenge members to think about how the relationships they have made will change the way they live in all areas of their life.

All of our work is implemented by our local staff on the ground. Through Immersion Trips, you'll have the unique opportunity to empower our in-country staff in Uganda. You can provide encouragement, support, and a new perspective. By your step of faith you can inspire our team to continue on with the difficult and meaningful work at hand. Through stories and experiences, we can share our lives. By the end, we all be more inspired to act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with our God. 


Immersion Trip Application Form


Upcoming Trips

Travel Waiver

Upon filling the form - Please email a photograph of your passport, immunization records, and the travel waiver to:

Transformation is a two-way street

The key to doing well during an Immersion Trip is to start with ourselves. There are major values and principles that have helped shape who AsOne Ministries is, these values have to do with mutuality, understanding poverty, theology, and cultural sensitivity. When we begin with ourselves and examining our own poverty and do our best to understand the cultures we are going to be exposed to this begins a transformative work in us. This process leads to sustainable change in ourselves that can radically alter the way we see and participate in the mission of God. 

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Session one focuses on what is Biblical Justice

Reading to consider: Tim Keller on Biblical Justice


Session two focuses on Doing Better at Doing Good






An African orphan on what he loves (and doesn't) about short-term mission teams.