Albuquerque Mission Trip
Jun 16 - Jun 22
Albuquerque, New Mexico. As one of the oldest cities in the United States, Albuquerque boasts a unique multicultural history and heritage. Native American, Hispanic & Latino, Anglo other cultural influences are a part of everyday life. The famous Route 66 guides visitors through Albuquerque, from the volcanoes on the city’s far west and continuing eastward through the University of New Mexico and the trendy Nob Hill area.
Anyone currently in 7th through 12th grades are welcome to join us on this trip. We will only have room for up to 20 students, first come first serve.
Our hosts for this trip will be Sandia Presbyterian Church. With their help, we have coordinated a schedule featuring a combination of the following:
- Working at Camino De Vida, a church plant in the heart of a Spanish neighborhood
- Helping rebuild the new IRRVA building, serving refugees and asylum seekers in
- Doing team building and leadership development activities
We will drive from our church to Albuquerque and return in the same manner. Lodging will be provided by our hosts, We will be taking care of our own meals.
$400 all-inclusive. A $75/applicant non-refundable deposit is due for registration processing. A payment schedule will be released stating when each incremental payment is due. We will provide scholarship & fundraising options.
Registration closes March 17.