February 28 – March 3, 2024
Trip Cost: $800
This includes the following:
- In-country transportation
- Travelers insurance
During our mission trip to Pachuca, Mexico, we have a multifaceted agenda aimed at making an impact in the community. Our primary focus will be on ministering to residents of the Rehab Home, offering support, encouragement, and sharing the message of hope. Additionally, we are committed to engaging in evangelism, reaching out to the local community to spread love and faith.
One significant project that we’re undertaking is the completion of a house for a beautiful family. We will work together to finish the construction, ensuring it meets the needs of the family. The climax of this endeavor will be a joyous celebration as we hand over the keys to the new home, marking a moment of transformation and newfound stability for the family. This holistic approach to our mission trip reflects our dedication to both spiritual and practical acts of compassion and love.
Passports are required for international trips and each individual is responsible for securing his or her own passport. The earlier you apply for your passport, the better. You can expedite an application, but a rush application significantly adds to the cost involved. If this is your first time getting a passport, you must apply in person, but you can fill out all the forms in advance and get them online. Check out the US state department to find the passport facility nearest you and to learn the ins-and-outs of the process:
We’ll buy group airfare to save costs, so individual requests for using frequent flyer miles won’t be possible. Being part of a team enhances the mission experience, starting and ending the trip together. Making individual travel plans puts extra pressure on our hosts who handle transportation. Once in the host country, we’ll travel together by bus or van, and individual exploration is not recommended.
Luggage restrictions change from airline to airline. Make sure you have the right information.
Pictures and Videos
We recommend bringing a camera to capture your experience. At times, cultural and religious beliefs may limit or prohibit the taking of photos or videos. Please respect and adhere to any policies and instructions given by your team leader and the partner on the ground.
The amount and kind of spending money for each trip varies, but you should plan on bringing some personal cash with you for food or snacks in the airports during travel or for souvenirs. Trip leaders will guide you through suggested amounts and currency exchange.