About Mission Trips to Mexico
Ministry in Mexico
Evangelism & Children’s Outreach
Team members will be responsible for facilitating a VBS style of ministry for children. The team will also work with local churches helping to evangelize the community through visitation, prayer, street-evangelism, and one-on-one evangelism. Other ministry opportunities may include working with a group home for kids (orphanages).
Team members will be working in various impoverished colonia’s. In these areas, also known as “lost cities,” most people live in homes made of cardboard and wooden pallets. Electricity and water are frequently scarce; so are food and jobs. It is in these areas that there exists a great physical need. Through community development, doors are opened to share the love of God, and meet the needs of the people. Construction projects range from light to heavy, depending on the skill of the individuals or team.
Mission Trip Info
Airfare and In-country Transportation
At Global Infusion, we are committed to taking care of as many logistical details as possible, so you, the short-term missionary, can focus on your INFUSION ADVENTURE. We coordinate all the airline travel booking as it is included in the trip cost. We also are responsible for the organization of all in-country transportation. The costs of all flights are included in the total trip cost.
Passports & Visas
A valid passport is required. If you do not have a valid passport, please click here to obtain one. If you have traveled to Mexico in the past using only a U.S. or Canadian driver’s license, security at the border has been increased since that time and a valid passport is now essential.
A recent tetanus and Hepatitis A and B are recommended. If you have any questions or concerns about your immunizations, please contact your family physician before they are administered.
There will be time set aside for souvenir shopping in the downtown district and with local vendors. There are plenty of options for purchases including, but not limited to, authentic Mexican blankets, ponchos, sombreros, jewelry, dolls, pure vanilla, Mexican candy and spices, leather, T-shirts and other clothing.
At one of our sites, a possible visit to a Tarahumara Indian compound is also a must-see. This people-group come from the mountains regions of Chihuahua and are not considered Mexican by culture. They are non-Spanish speaking Amerindians and are known for their incredible survival skills and colorful hand-made clothing.
$1500 per person
1-week trip // airfare included
Plan A Trip To Mexico
Whether you’re interested in setting up a short-term trip for your team or you’re called to the nations longterm, Global Infusion can help you follow your calling and customize a trip to any of our ministry sites.