December 27, 2013 - January 3, 2014
Commission Unto Mexico is for everyone. This mission trip over the New Year's holiday is a "Work and Witness adventure for all ages." Evangelism, construction, medical and sports outreach ministries are components of this short-term mission trip.
- Is your youth group looking for a mission trip or even a winter retreat opportunity?
- Is your family wanting to go together on a mission trip together?
- Are you a medical practitioner wanting to do a medical mission trip?
- Are you retired and have a lifelong dream of visiting a mission field?
"Will we be safe in Mexico?" Answer: This is an official Work & Witness trip run by the Church of the Nazarene. Safety is a top priority. Those with first-hand information are the ones making the decisions. . . . read more
Cost? The price of this trip will be $599 from Eagle Pass. This cost includes all transportation in Mexico, food and lodging plus a contribution to the medical supplies/construction materials fund.
Note: Passports or passport cards are required by Homeland Security for re-entry into the U.S.A.
Our Mexico mission trip begins in Eagle Pass, Texas on the morning of December 27. At 9 a.m. we will meet for orientation, then we'll load up for the border crossing and a three-hour trip south. We'll spend seven wonderful days in Mexico working and witnessing with our brothers and sisters in the Lord.
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"Commission Unto Mexico is a genuine cross-cultural trip. It was as much so as the trip I took to Brazil several years ago and about one-fourth the cost!" — Rev. Geoff Gunter
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