URBAN PLUNGE

"Come and See" Weekend

Join us in Mexico City for an urban plunge during an extended weekend in November. This educational and experiential trip will deepen your understanding of the multifaceted challenge of global urban poverty, the rapid growth of fragile cities and how we are called to respond theologically and missiologically. You will learn about Urban Mosaic’s approach to bring about change and find out ways of how you can participate.

 
 

What to expect

 
  • LEARN about the challenges that our cities are facing and how we can bring about change.

  • SEE Urban Mosaic's change model in action by visiting our projects and meeting with community members and staff.

  • REFLECT on the theology that informs our approach to address global urban poverty.

  • PLAN a future trip with your church or organization and dream together about how we can partner in this work.

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WHO should attend

 
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A "Come and See" Weekend may be a great next step for...

  • Individuals and representatives of local churches or organizations interested in deepening their understanding in the areas of urban missiology, urban poverty and how to build the kingdom of God in fragile cities.


 

Schedule & Costs

 
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Interested in joining us? Contact info@urbanmosaic.net with questions or complete this form to register for an upcoming trip..

2019 Dates: 

  • November 8-10

General Schedule:

  • Intl Guests: Flights must arrive on Friday afternoon before 2:00pm and depart on Sunday afternoon after 7:00pm.

  • Local guests: Arrive in Texcoco by 5pm and leave on Sunday after 5pm.

Cost: $180 USD/person (excluding flight ticket to and from Benito Juarez International Airport in Mexico City). This includes 3 meals a day, transportation and lodging in a comfortable and secure guest house just outside of Mexico City.


 

Testimonial

 
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“Nothing can replace seeing the city, the neighbors.  Being there gives you a sense of the pulse of the people you are seeking to serve.  This trip is an important first step.  Our trip enhanced our desire to become a partner.”  S.S.