In 2009 MCC joined Food for the Hungry as a Community to Community (C2C) partner in Sucre, Bolivia. We send mission teams annually and are currently working with our second Sucre "community" in Villa Margarita.
Bolivia Mission Trip 2019
Mission trips can be life-changing. You will laugh, cry, pray, be challenged and ultimately see the world, and your faith, differently. The MCC Missions Team is in the final planning stages of the March 17-26, 2019 Food for the Hungry Bolivia Mission Trip. If you are interested contact Jennifer Ward by October 7th to reserve you spot!
The C2C initiative pairs churches and communities working together to end all aspects of spiritual and physical hunger. The goal is to build relationships which result in “mutual transformation;” transforming both the church and the community to experience God's intention in all aspects of our lives.
MCC participates with Food for the Hungry by sponsoring children in the community, funding specific projects, and sending short-term teams to Bolivia. Our first community partner was in Horno Ckasa. FH graduated this community and in March 2015 MCC began working with Villa Margarita.
MCC is actively exploring other opportunities for transformation in Bolivia including the establishment of a sustainable, profit business (A Business as Mission or BAM business); creating jobs and serving as a platform for the gospel.
- Pray for local FH workers in Bolivia, short-term mission teams, and the children our church members sponsor.
- Sponsor a child living in Villa Margarita. Sponsorships are approximately $37/month.
- Participate in a short-term mission trip. Trips are 8-10 days long and occur in the late spring. Trips cost approximately $3,000 per perso, which includes airfare, hotel, daily transportation, and food.
Video: FH Bolivia
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry? Click here to see FH donors experience meeting their sponsored children for the first time!
Mission Team Returns from Bolivia
Check out the story, Missionaries Return from Bolivia that ran in the East Mountain Telegraph, April 6th, 2017.