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Puerto Peñasco, Mexico

March 21-27, 2020

March 21-27, 2020

Puerto Peñasco, Mexico



Join Fairmount Ministries on our 5th annual mission trip to “come build hope”
in Puerto Penasco, Mexico, March 21-27, 2020.
Our mission is to build a 11x22 foot home in 3 days
for a local family working with Amor Ministries.
This trip is for college students and adults that are 18 years and older.
Construction experience is a plus but not necessary at all!


can be found by clicking the button below!



Covers registration, camping site fee, building materials, meals at the camp (some travel meals will be on your own), transportation, tools, and a hotel down and back. Checks can be made out to Fairmount Ministries (Memo: “Mexico Trip”). Mail to 3815 E. 17th St. N., Wichita, KS 67208. Online payment can be made through online registration.


to Register Online.

Prefer to register the snail mail way? Download and fill out the paper Registration Form and mail with $50.00 non-refundable deposit to Fairmount Ministries at 3815 E. 17th St. N., Wichita, KS 67208.


December 1

$50.00 - Deposit Due (non-refundable)

January 15

Payment #2 - $150.00 Due

February 15

Payment #3 - $200.00 Due


Must have a valid passport. Don’t have a passport? Apply as early as possible!



Day 1 - March 21

Depart Wichita Early Morning. Destination: Tuscon or Phoenix, AZ

Day 2 - March 22

Depart AZ and head for the border. Lunch in Organ Pipe National Forrest. Cross border. Arrive at camp by mid-afternoon. Unpack, get settled, cook dinner.

Day 3 - March 23

Work Day #1 - Full Day. Dinner at Camp. Devotions, Debrief at Campfire.

Day 4 - March 24

Work Day #2 - Full Day. Dinner at Camp. Devotions, Debrief at Campfire.

Day 5 - March 25

Work Day #3 - Half Day & House Blessing Ceremony. Dinner & celebration at the beach!

Day 7 - March 26

Tear Down Campsite, Load vehicles. Shopping and lunch at the port. Depart Puerto Penasco by 1pm.

Day 8 - March 27

Finish drive home. In Wichita by late evening!


Christian E., 2017 & 2019

  The gratefulness of the families, with the smiles on their faces, when they receive the keys to their new home is incredible.  Even though there was a language barrier, it was easy to tell how much their new home meant to them. 

Sara, 2016 & 2017

"Doing God's work is always worth it! Those who walk with God always reach their destination. Although you might learn along the way that sometimes the journey is the best part!"

Jacy, 2016

"I am so grateful for the opportunity I had to spend my Spring Break serving others. I hope to take what I learned about selflessness and service in Mexico, and apply it to the way I view others everyday. We are all God's children. We all have something special to offer. There are opportunities to serve others around us - we only need to accept God's call.

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