Mission to Mexico

Mission//Mexico 2017 is a wrap!



Take a quick look at our week!


Early Saturday night at 3 a.m. students, adults, parents, staff and Pastor Travis set out once again to Tecate Mexico to build homes and relationships for 4x families. This year, Zakk our new Director of High School ministries will lead 45 high schoolers on our annual trip where students will learn to serve and live life together throughout the week in Mexico.

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Travel Day - Setting up Camp

Sunday night everyone made it safely into Mexico and onto our camp site. Time to get some food, pitch tents and recharge for an early morning sunrise. Keep the prayers coming, thanks for all your support.



Foundations Complete - Followed by Wall Framing

Monday we all got a head jump and quickly knocked out the concrete and foundations. With measurements and level all dialed in, we moved onto walls and framing.


Getting Framing Started

The teams are working efficiently as frameworks are being knocked out one by one. Teams are broken into groups to hash out different projects; paint, frame, cement mixing, foundations, etc.




Lunch Break

Working hard all day sure builds up an appetite, the crew catching their breath during lunch break.


Painting the Trims

Students prep and paint trims for the houses.


Stay Humble

For many of us that live in the East Bay bubble, going on Mission//Mexico is an eye opener to the living situations of the rest of the world. We are here to serve and build relationships. Lives and families will be changed by the end of the week and all Glory to God.


Nightly Worship

Food and meals again were prepared by Ann and Tom and their wonderful team. After dinner, we gather to sing praises and hear a message of encouragement under the beautiful stars each night.


My favorite part of the trip was after campfire last night when Zakk played guitar and sang and they gave us seniors advice. I felt such peace. -Emily




Good Dirt

Last year's interns this year's staff say that Mexico dirt is good dirt. -Zaiah, Cara & Tyler


Perez Family

Student leaders Hannah and Wilby built a two room home for the Perez family, including baby Gary. What a beautiful home for a beautiful family!

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Headed Home

Homes are built, relationships made, God is faithful. One last group picture and we are headed to Aneheim. Thanks for all the support and prayers.

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