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New Mission Trip Opportunities

The below are the latest mission trip opportunities within World Mission. These have been added or updated within the last six months. For more details on additional mission and ministry opportunities, click here.

Africa

Ebibeyin 
Countries
: Equatorial Guinea
Address: Calle Zambia s/n Apdo 227, Bata
Contact: Rev. Manuel Nzoh Asumu; +240 222 292 777 or +240 222 669 052
Nature of Work:Develop long-term relationship and/or refurbish old missionary home to be used as a guest house.
Group Specifications: Minimum - 3; Maximum - 6; Minimum age - 22 years old 
Cost: The budget will depend on the duration of the stay, the number in the group and the work to be undertaken.  Cost estimates can be developed.
Dates:  Preference for June, July or August, but open for other periods too.
Project Provides:
housing, beds/cots, showers, food/meals, linens, worship/guided reflection, and local transportation

Bulape
Countries
: Democratic Republic of Congo
Address: Calle Zambia s/n Apdo 227, Bata
Contact: Pastor Mboyamba Kabala; 0997  438584
Nature of Work: Visiting hospitals, schools, and churches in order to share experiences through partnership and developing relationships for growing the church
Group Specifications: Minimum - 4; Maximum - 6; Minimum age - 25 years old 
Cost: The budget will depend on the duration of the stay, the number in the group and the work to be undertaken.  Cost estimates can be developed.
Dates:  year-round
Project Provides:
housing, beds/cots, showers, food/meals, linens, worship/guided reflection, and local transportation

See more about Presbyterians at work around the world—in Africa

Latin America/Caribbean

Frontera de Cristo
Countries
: Mexico and United States
Address: Avenida 40 Calle 19, Agua Prieta, Sonora/826 E. 11th Street, Douglas, AZ 85607
Contact: Jocabed Gallegos (633)103-2191 (Mexico cell); (520) 364-9257 (US office); website
Nature of Work: Helping people of faith on both sides of the US/Mexico border to reflect and act on what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ when borders divide including building relationships and understanding across borders. Delegations have the opportunity to engage with a variety of our partners and experience how they are putting their faith into action through facilitating worship, biblical reflection, fellowship and learning opportunities.  Frontera de Cristo also facilitates delegations into the interior of the state of Sonora as well as in the state of Chiapas with our Café Justo coffee cooperative partners.
Group Specifications: No minimum but not more than 15 recommended. Open to conversations about hosting larger delegations; no minimum age is accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Cost: $50 group registration fee; $60 per day per person for Presbyterian groups, $80 for non-Presbyterian groups; includes housing, 3 meals, honorariums to partner organizations, facilitation, interpretation
Dates: year-round
Project Provides:
housing, beds/cots, showers, food/meals, linens, training, worship/guided reflection, and local transportation

See more about Presbyterians at work around the world—in Mexico

See more about Presbyterians at work around the world.

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