The second Saturday of each month is our service day to Rosarito and Tijuana, Mexico. We meet at the church at 6:30am and drive down together and typically return to the church by 2:30pm.
We visit four different locations in Baja, Mexico. One of these is Carretas, a barrio near the old Tijuana dump. We have helped build a community center to feed and care for the neighborhood kids. We also visit El Camino Vivo, a church in Tijuana and another church in Rosarito pastored by Enrique Marquez. At these three locations, we minister to children and their families while providing a pancake breakfast. All in all, we feed 150-200 children every month. The kids also make and take home a Christian craft as they hear God’s word!
The last location is El Refugio, where our team feeds and visits with about 180 abandoned, disabled elderly at this home for people whose families cannot afford to care for them. El Refugio is an overcrowded facility sustained only by donations and volunteers.
Families are welcome to serve with us (minimum age to serve is 10 years old)! Volunteers can easily experience outreach outside of our borders and get comfortable building relationships and serving.
If you have any questions, please contact George Arapage.