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Mission Mexico March 11-22! 

We will again take a mission trip to Mexico! 

March 11th - 22nd! 

Join the team, as we put on a pastor's retreat for local Mexican pastors, provide childcare, VBS, a sports camp and complete various improvement projects.

The trip will cost $900/person 

Please contact me if fundraising is a problem. 

You will need at least 50% of the money raised before boarding the vehicle.


Packing List Personal Items!

Personal Items

  • Bible, notebook, and pen

  • Valid Passport

  • Second form of ID such as drivers license

  • Sleeping Bag (expect chilly temperatures)

  • Pillow

  • Towel

  • Soap

  • Shampoo

  • Deodorant

  • Toothbrush and toothpaste

  • Hat

  • Sun block

  • Work gloves

  • Flashlight -not urgent but could be helpful

  • Spending money

  • Small Spanish language knowledge.

  • Personal Medications if needed

  • Sweaters/coat


Training & Prep

Stay Tuned for training Regarding VBS, Sports Camp & Work Projects! 

Join us for Spanish Language Practice! 

Tuesdays, at 6:30 pm at The Parsonage! 



Please fill out the Registration Form, or let Evan know via text by the end of the month of January if you are joining the team



Packing List Clothing!

Dress for Work Projects (for both men and women)

·    Old Jeans

·    Old shirts

·    Shorts may be worn, but don't expect many temps above 60 degrees.

·    Work gloves

·    Work shoes/boots

·    Hat

·    Tennis shoes

·    Sandals/flip flops

Dress for Vacation Bible School & Ministry

Men – Unless your work clothes are extremely dirty they can be worn to VBS. You will be playing and interacting with children in a fairly dusty environment so changing is not really necessary. Shorts can be worn.

Women –Keep in mind VBS time could be somewhat dirty. Don’t wear your best.


Dress for Sports Camp 

Wear clothes that you would be comfortable playing basketball & soccer in. 


Dress for Church & Worship Times

Bring your “Sunday best.” Mexican church culture puts a high value on dress. We don't need to match or compete with their style, but we want to show respect for their cultural norms. 

The men tend to wear nice, clean jeans (not work jeans) with tucked-in collared shirts and leather shoes. In this region cowboy boots are all the rage - no pressure. The occasional sport coat can be seen. 

The women tend to wear dresses & fancy pant suits with all kinds of ornate jewelry. Again, we don't need to keep up, but we don't want to stick out either. Be aware of what your brothers and sisters from the south will be comfortable with.



Below you will find information about fundraising such as methods, ideas, support letter templates, & why it is important to be supported on mission trips! 

Follow this link to support the trip! You can either support the trip as a whole or support individual members of the trip.

There are scholarships available for this trip if money is a challenge. 

Please let me know!

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