Mexico Mission Dates
The most recent Mexico Mission was in January, 2020. Future missions are currently on hold during the pandemic.
Watch the video!
Click HERE to see the highlight video of a recent Mexico Mission.
About the Mexico Mission
The Mexico Mission trip is held in January, with the sign-up deadline in the Fall. Each year we take 50 people to work on construction projects and provide ministries to local children in the Ensenada area. Working with YUGO (Youth Unlimited Gospel Outreach), we construct finished houses in only three days.
The Mexico Mission offers the choice of either home construction or providing ministries to the local children through a VBS program. Any high school youth or adult can participate in either the housebuilding or children’s ministry. Families who wish to attend with children 8th grade or under are welcome, but children are under a parent’s supervision at all times.
Questions and Answers
What ministries are offered? The Mexico Mission offers the choice of either home construction or a VBS program providing ministries to the local children.
Who can attend? Any high school youth or adult can participate in either the house building or children’s ministry. Families who wish to attend with children 8th grade or under are welcome, but children are under a parent’s supervision at all times. There is no childcare or specific program for families attending the mission trip.
When do we leave and return? There are two options this year. 1) You can depart with the team on Thursday (before the Martin Luther King holiday in January) (suggested for construction teams) or 2) You depart with the team leaving on Friday (VBS teams). Both teams return on Monday, around 1:00 p.m.
What will it cost? The registration fee includes food, auto insurance and gasoline expenses for our drivers. We suggest you bring personal spending money for any shopping and for one of several taco runs that are quite likely to occur!
Where do we stay? We stay at YUGO’s inviting Ensenada Outreach Center (EOC). Be prepared for a clean and fun separate bunk bed set-up for men and women, shared modern restrooms with hot showers, delicious food prepared by YUGO staff, and plenty of room to relax and share in the presence of others while on the trip. Family accomodations also are available on a limited basis.
What will we do besides work? The days are filled with service and lots of fun! During the evening, there will be fun, food, fellowship, spirited worship and a small group recap of each day.
What about fundraising? We create a yearly gofundme.com account you can share if any friends or family want to donate.