Typical Mission Week

After arriving in Yuma, you will make contact with a Casa team member and proceed to the border crossing in San Luis, USA.

Most mission team members travel light with a carry-on suitcase (with wheels) and a backpack/purse.

The size of the teams varies, but we recommend 10 members or less per team.  We have separate bunk rooms for male and female attendees.

It is five miles to the Ministry Home where the teams are housed for the week.

When you arrive, depending on the time, it is time to eat and have orientation on the upcoming week.

Each morning breakfast is provided and a sack lunch is made for the day.  We work as a team for all meal preparation, with Curt and Kelly as hosts.

An evening meal is provided each evening. The work day begins at 8:00 am and concludes around 3:30 pm.

Casa has all the tools and material on site for the build.  You only need to bring a servant heart and the love of Jesus.

The build takes 4 days to complete, with dedication on on the final day of the build with the family.  The dedication day is a time to reflect and fellowship with team members and new friends.

When it is time to leave, you will travel back to the border and cross back into the USA and head home with many memories and new friends.

What Do I Bring On The Mission Trip?

Occasionally we attend a casual local Church service.

Work clothes are required. We can do laundry at the Ministry Home as needed. We provide soap, shampoo, conditioner, sunscreen, shaving cream, towels, and bedding.  We provide food, a place to stay, and transportation during the trip. We ask for a $125 donation, per person, for the week to cover these costs.

You need a current passport to cross the border back into the US. (suggest this be reviewed in advance)  Mission teams are responsible for travel and lodging expenses for travel to and from Yuma.


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