Senegal - 2022

Senegal - "The Land of Teraanga". “Teraanga” is most often translated to mean hospitality.  This means you can expect great hospitality, generosity, and warm welcomes everywhere. Senegal is a new field for the United Pentecostal Church International, which will provide you with countless opportunities to reach new souls! From the slave island of Gorée to the game park of Bandia, expect amazing encounters as "The Land of Teraanga" changes you forever!  




July 15 - July 25, 2022





COVID Vaccine

Not Required

Your Hosts

Craig & Lyna Sully

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Craig & Lyna Sully

Your Chaperone

Seneatha Clayton

Seneatha Clayton

Seneatha Clayton fell in love with missions the summer after high school on her first trip to Central America. When asked by the UPCI Youth Ministries to serve in the AYC ministry, Seneatha saw this as an opportunity of a lifetime. The chance to serve with youth across North America on the mission field was a dream come true! Seneatha graduated from Missouri State University with her bachelor of science degree in accounting and plans to finish her master’s degree in the future. Along with her love for numbers, she enjoys volunteering, event planning, and all types of travel. She has served on different leadership teams in administration, Bible Quizzing, and other areas revolving around youth ministry. As a young person, her life was impacted by youth ministry and the people involved, so she takes every opportunity to pour back into the youth of today

David & Angie Meyer

David & Angie Meyer

David and Angie Meyer have been involved in student ministry for 16 years as Youth Pastor, Sectional Reps., and Youth President of the WI District for the past 5 years. They also currently serve as the Associate Pastors of Living Word Church in New Berlin, WI. They have been married for 13 wonderful years and have a sweet 10 year old daughter, Elianna.

Serve Project

You will be helping orphans or others in need. You will definitely leave your mark on Senegal.


When I left for my AYC trip to Costa Rica, there was no way I could have anticipated what God had in store for me. I left for Costa Rica, hoping to see God perform miracles in the lives of those around me. I never imagined that he also planned on touching my life, and healing the insecurities that I had struggled with for years. It took me flying all the way to Costa Rica to realize something; The God who healed bodies and filled souls with his spirit in Central America, was at work back at my home in Maryland. I left AYC not feeling afraid to go back home, but confident that when I went home, he would be the same God. Since AYC, my faith has been amplified and I know that God is the same, no matter where I am!

Camryn Staten | Costa Rica