CCFC Summer Service Trip: Mexico City

Location: San Sebastian, slum community outside of Mexico City
Dates: July 22 - July 29, 2017
Total cost per person: $1250 per person 

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Make a donation to support the Mexico City Team!

Thanks to your generous support, we reached our fundraising goal of $12,000! If you would still like to give, all surplus will go to support next year's team. You can make a tax-deductible donation by:

  1. Check, via postal mail: Send a check, made payable to "Cambridge Community Fellowship Church," to CCFC Admin, 234 Franklin St., Cambridge, MA 02139. Your check must include the memo "2017 Mexico Trip." 
  2. Check, via offering plate: Put your check, made payable to "Cambridge Community Fellowship Church," in the offering plate at our Sunday worship service. Your check must include the memo "2017 Mexico Trip." 
  3. Online: Click here to make an online donation.

**A note about your donation:** 

  • If you would like a tax receipt, be sure to add your current mailing address when sending in your donation.
  • CCFC is a qualified section 501(c)(3) organization. All tithes, offerings, or donations of any kind are tax-deductible under section 170(c)(2). By making a donation, you agree to relinquish control in accordance with Section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code and regulations and guidance issued thereunder.

Mexico City

Why a service trip?
A service trip is an opportunity for our local church to bring glory to God by strategically engaging with ministries that are bringing God’s love and justice to their local communities. It is a chance to invest resources in ministries that would benefit from an injection of energy and capacity. These trips are also a chance for participants to understand how God is working in our world from a different perspective than they might see in their day-to-day. 

The team will work with Urban Mosaic, a CCFC partner and a faith-based community development organization. Mosaic's vision is to holistically transform urban communities who through Mosaic are being renewed with hope, equipped to promote community transformation, and witnessing about the good news of God's Shalom. 

Why Urban Mosaic?
Urban Mosaic and CCFC are like-minded in our vision to address both spiritual and material poverty. We see great potential for synergy between the two bodies, and by sending our third CCFC team to Mexico City this summer, we are deepening our commitment to support the Urban Mosaic staff, bless the youth in San Sebastian, and complement our support of Albert and Emily Chen's work as CCFC missionaries. We also expect to return with renewed fervor to deepen our impact and ministry here in Central Square and surrounding neighborhoods. If you want to learn more about Urban Mosaic, visit
What will you actually be doing for the week?
Team members will spend the week, in partnership with Urban Mosaic staff, running a youth camp for 10-16 year olds. The camp will provide a spark for Mosaic staff to pursue relationships with youth throughout the upcoming academic year. Leading up to the camp, the team will design courses for the youth that utilize the skills of the CCFC members attending. This could range from sports, arts, public speaking, dance, and more! In addition to the youth camp, the team will spend time learning from the Executive Director of Urban Mosaic, Jean-Luc Krieg, and hearing more about Mosaic's in-depth model of transformation and God’s heart for urban poor communities.
2017 Mexico Service Trip Team
2017 Mexico Trip Team

Contact Info:

If you have any questions, email Benji Moncivaiz/the World Missions Committee at wmc [at]