Multiple Group Project 2020

Dates
March 19 - 29, 2020
Location
Peru
Participation Fee
TBD
What's Included

* Maps may indicate region where project will take place, not a specific site location.

Overview

The Multiple Group Project is an opportunity for small teams of 15 or less to experience a Maranatha mission project and train leaders to coordinate a project in the future. Volunteers experienced in construction, the medical field, cooking, children’s ministry and outreach are needed on this trip, and unexperienced volunteers are also welcome to learn new skills! All teams will join together for a large group experience while maintaining the intimacy of their own small group. Small groups may come from schools, churches, families, work groups, or other entities.

Maranatha worked all throughout Peru in the early 2000’s. The churches and schools that were completed have since blossomed and created a need for even more urgently-needed church and school buildings. Local church leadership have requested assistance once again, and Maranatha is gladly responding to this call.

Small groups on this project will join together to help build two new churches in Pachacutec, Peru. On one church, the group will complete the block masonry. On the other church, they’ll pour the foundation and completing the structure. Depending on the number of volunteers on the project there may also be opportunities to conduct local community outreach such as children’s ministry programs, medical clinics, and health education.

This group gives preference to small groups, but there is often a few spots available for individuals. Once registration is open, small group leaders will be able to register on this page. Individuals will need to contact Maranatha to be added to a waiting list and then will be given spots once we determine availability. For now, add yourself to the interest list and we’ll send you more information as soon as it’s available.

Scope

Masonry Church Construction

Concrete Pouring of a Foundation

Painting

Community Outreach

Leaders
Steve Case,
Project Coordinator
Luther Findley,
Construction Superintendent
Itinerary
Thursday, March 19
Arrival in Lima, Peru
Sunday, March 29
Departure from Lima, Peru
ARRIVALVolunteers will arrive in Lima, Peru (airport code LIM) on Thursday, March 19, 2020Please wait for confirmation from Maranatha before purchasing your airfare to ensure there is still space on the project.
DEPARTUREVolunteers will depart from Lima, Peru (LIM) on Sunday, March 29 2020.
Travel Information

Volunteers will purchase their own plane tickets to and from Lima, Peru. Maranatha representatives will meet volunteers upon arrival in Lima.

The dates posted are the arrival and departure dates from the project. Due to travel time, you may need to leave a day or two before the arrival date.

Until registration is open the exact details of this project are subject to change. More information will be available in an information packet available for download soon.

Please wait for confirmation before purchasing your airfare. Booking outside the advertised flight windows could result in additional fees and missed portions of the project.

Travel Resources

CI Azumano Travel:
800-454-4099 or by email with Erle or Azumano Team at corporatetravel@ciazumano.com

Butler Travel:
503-879-5005 or by email with Nathanael at nathan@butlertravel.com

Kayak:
www.kayak.com

When contacting the Azumano or Butler travel agencies, make sure you mention Maranatha for discounted booking fees.

Peru Facts & Figures

CAPITAL

Lima

POPULATION

31,331,228 (July 2018)

LANGUAGE

Spanish, Quechua, and Aymara

CLIMATE

Varies by region and altitude. Dry in the west, tropical in the east, temperate to frigid in the Andes.

RELIGION

Catholic 60%, Protestant Christian 15%, Unspecified 21%

CURRENCY

Peruvian Sol

Entry Requirements
  • Passports valid for at least 6 months from date of arrival
  • Valid return ticket
Medical Requirements & Precautions
Contact Us Want to speak with someone at Maranatha directly? Please call our office at 916.774.7700 to speak with a volunteer specialist. Alternatively, you can send us an email.

 

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