Chiapas Mission Trip
|June 27, 2023
July 11, 2023
|$1,450, not including airfare or Visa
Answer God’s call to be part of a multifaceted mission in Mexico that includes building a church (possibly multiple), participating in dental/medical clinics, and preaching or assisting in evangelistic meetings or children’s VBS. God has an incredible opportunity for you to share Jesus in a variety of ways, and there is something for everyone who goes to contribute.
We will work with the local Conference, pastors, and members to bring hope and healing to this area. The Conference has purchased land in select villages to plant new congregations. We will do medical, evangelism, and church construction in these areas.
The construction and medical clinics will take place in the morning. Trip members may choose one or the other to participate. The evangelism meetings and VBS will take place in the evening. All participants will be assigned to a church site in some capacity and serve each evening in their role.
This trip will be a life-changing experience as you witness God work miracles in you and the lives of those you reach! You will return home energized, excited about mission in your local church and community, and praying for your next trip! You will make new friends for eternity and never be the same again!
June 27, 2023
July 11, 2023
Volunteers are responsible for purchasing their own airline tickets to and from Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapa. International Angel Albino Corzo. All dates exclude air travel time and any additional excursions taken. You may need to purchase airline tickets a day or two before arrival date due to the time difference. If you choose to arrive earlier than the arrival date or depart after the departure date mentioned above, you will be responsible for payments and arranging any additional nights at the hotel as well as transportation to and from the airport. It Is Written representatives will meet all volunteers upon arrival at the airport. Once your airline ticket has been purchased, email a copy of your itinerary to Cathy Quedzuweit at [email protected].
Accommodations will be at a local hotel. It Is Written seeks to provide the very best accommodations for reasonable pricing. The mission field will require flexibility and sacrifice. Still, we strive to maintain safety and a comfortable and restful experience.
Participants will have a roommate unless you elect to cover the extra cost of your own room.
Local transportation is provided to and from the airport and all trip destinations.
Three vegetarian meals are provided each day. Due to the local limitations, vegan meals are not always an option, although some selections within a meal may be.
We are unable to accommodate gluten-free or other similar needs. You are always welcome to bring any food items you need. Any food purchases outside of the three meals are the participant’s responsibility.
To be announced. (All excursions, if any, will be an additional cost.)
Mexico Facts & Figures
Chiapas is home to one of the largest indigenous populations in Mexico; about one-fourth speak Mayen dialects or related languages. More than half of the people inhabit impoverished rural areas, making subsistence agriculture the basis of the state’s economy. Chiapas grows a leading share of Mexico’s corn (maize), along with beans, bananas, coffee, and cacao. Also of note are livestock raising and logging. Petroleum is extracted in the eastern part of the state. Chiapas is home to the ancient Mayan ruins of Palenque, Yaxchilán, Bonampak, Chinkultic and Toniná.
Mexico: 130 million
Chiapas: 5.5 million
Primarily Spanish with some local dialects.
Nearly 80% of the country claims Roman Catholicism as their belief system. The remaining portion is primarily Protestant and Evangelical.
The climate is moderate to cool in Chiapas in June, especially in the mountains. The average temperature fluctuates between 65 and 70 degrees.
The currency exchange is about 19.65 Pesos to 1 USD.
Most outlets are 220 and are fitted for a 110. You should check your items to make sure they can accommodate higher voltages. If not, you will need to bring a converter for items such as curling irons, beard trimmers, etc.
Chiapas is in the Central time zone, which is one hour behind Eastern time.
Drink only unopened bottled water or other drinks unless you confirm that it is purified.
- US Passport not expiring within 6 months of arrival
- Return flight info
- Printed Hotel Information
- Letter of invitation from the Conference (We will provide)
- COVID vaccination is not required. COVID testing is not required
Check the recommended vaccines and medicine list and consider visiting your Dr. 4-6 weeks before the trip for any further medical advice you need.
Registration Forms and Deposit Due
May 15, 2023 ($800)
Final Payment Due
June 1, 2023 ($650)
Over the phone
Call Cathy Quedzuweit to make a payment by debit/credit card at 423-362-5822
Mail a check to
It Is Written, Attn: Chiapas Mission Trip, P.O. Box 6, Chattanooga, TN, 37401