Concert Attire 1 - "New" Blue TMC shirt with khakis
Concert Attire 2 - "New" Blue TMC shirt with jeans
Concert Attire 3 - TMC Concert Black - black long-sleeved button-up shirts (with black buttons), black pants, black shoes, black socks, etc.
What are vaccine/COVID-19 requirements?
As of Wednesday, June 9, vaccines are not required. However, all air passengers coming to the United States, including U.S. citizens and fully vaccinated people, are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result no more than 3 days before travel or documentation of recovery from COVID-19 in the past 3 months before they board a flight to the United States. The same test will be required 3 days prior to traveling to Guatemala.
What are my luggage requirements?
Standard airlines specify one suitcase and one carry-on. Details about size of bags (and other details) can be found at the United Airlines website here.
What if I have food allergies?
Approximately one month prior to our trip (if not sooner), you will have the opportunity to share about your allergies. Our partners in Guatemala will work to ensure you always have meals you can eat safely.
What costs (beyond my registration payments) will I be responsible for?
All of your Guatemala expenses are covered--including all meals, lodging, travel, etc. The only things you will pay for out-of-pocket are airports snacks/meals, discretionary items such as an extra afternoon latte or soft drink, souvenirs, etc.
What about tipping?
Tipping is covered in the fees you have paid (or are paying)--including guides, bus drivers, servers, translators, etc. Please do not tip otherwise.
Are there any specific power requirements in Guatemala?
Plugs in Guatemala are the same types as here in the US. The only possible needs are if you have devices with 3-prongs. In this case, you will need convertors to convert 3-pronged (grounded) devices to 2-pronged.
Who do I contact if I have registration questions?
Heather Beard, TBMB Partnership Missions
1.800.558.2090 Ext. 2061
Who do I contact if I have general questions regarding the trip?
Scott Shepherd, Worship and Music Specialist
Who is coordinating our travel?
Tennessee Baptist Mission Board’s partnership missions is coordinating our travel details. David Singleton is stateside, and Gerry Eudy is the missionary “on the ground” in Guatemala through our E3 Partnership. Salvador Zapeta, president of the Guatemalan Baptist Convention, and Kevin Eudy (from Guatemala) will also be accompanying us.
How many concerts will we present?
We anticipate singing 9 times during the trip.
If you have other questions, e-mail Scott Shepherd at email@example.com