ADULT MEXICO MISSION WORK TRIP 2018

November 10-12, 2018 | Veterans Day Weekend | Saturday through Monday | Cost is $375.00

You Are Invited!

"These folks want to make a difference in the world and this is a very real way to do that." ~Scott Porter, St. Peter's Trip Leader

A group of fun, interesting, and helpful folks from St. Peter's by the Sea Presbyterian Church will be travelling again to the outskirts of Tijuana, Mexico to build an 11 x 22 home for a needy and deserving Mexican family, in partnership with Amor Ministries (www.amor.org). Last year, over a three day span this group built nearly an entire house -- all that was missing from the home was a second coat of stucco. Please consider joining them again this year.

The trip is November 10-12.  Veterans Day Weekend.  SATURDAY through MONDAY.  Cost is $375.00 and includes food, construction materials and transportation.  All money and completed forms must be received by no later than Sunday October 21, 2018

All information, including the Required Forms are in this INFORMATION PACKET.  You must also fill out a mandatory Amor Ministries form online. And, if the attached documents and forms don't answer your questions, feel free to email:  Scott Porter. 

Even if you cannot make it, please consider forwarding the attached information to those that you think might be interested. There is no requirement to be affiliated with St. Peter's in any way.  And absolutely no construction skills required!

Let's do this. HELP US HELP MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE.

Scott Porter

The activities are coordinated through Amor Ministries, a Christian organization that has overseen the construction of more than 1,200 homes a year in Mexico since 1980. Many people who have participated in previous years say they’ve returned with invigorated faith, priorities more aligned with the way they feel called to live, and new perspectives on the problems of poverty. We hope this trip satisfies whatever longings have led you here.

A little bit about Amor Ministries in this short video: