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Experience a more powerful spring break.

The Mexico Mission Trip is a life-changing week of service and fellowship that is like no other spring break experience you’ve ever had.

Imagine camping out under the stars, eating authentic Mexican food, and experiencing the joy, humility, and satisfaction of serving a family in need. Build a house for an impoverished family while building relationships with old and new friends. Get to know a family from a different culture while getting to know yourself better, too. It is a remarkable experience you won’t soon forget.

What is the Mexico Mission Trip?

On the Mexico Mission Trip, high school students and adults journey to Tecate, Mexico, to build houses for families living in poverty. By traveling to another country, participants are immersed in an environment that may look like nothing they have ever seen, and they are encouraged to step out of their comfort zones, both physically and emotionally.

Throughout the trip, we foster growth within our own group by spending fun and quality time together around a campfire or in small groups, and we continually provide participants with opportunities to reflect on their experience through journaling, group discussions, and fellowship with each other.

The goal of the Mexico Mission Trip is to ease the burden of poverty on families we serve while also instilling in trip participants a sense of perspective, humility, and gratitude about their own lives at home. We are able to lead this life-changing experience because of our partnership with Amor Ministries, a San Diego organization devoted entirely to providing homes for families in need.

The 2017 trip dates are Saturday, March 11 – Sunday, March 19.