In the spring of 2019, City Church will be returning to San Salvador, the capital and largest city in El Salvador for a service-oriented trip. We will be working with Mission to El Salvador, an organization that works with street children, the homeless, the addicted, and the trafficked. We will depart on Saturday, March 16 and return on Saturday, March 23.

El Salvador is a beautiful country, but it is also a country that has suffered. A brutal 12 year civil war left many scars and the country continues to struggle with violence, crime, and poverty. Jon and Danielle Snyder founded Mission to El Salvador in 2009 and it has since grown to include a team of people invested in serving those in need in El Salvador. 

MISSION: We are on a mission to be a “hands-on” non-governmental organization working in the heart of San Salvador serving those who are deeply affected by the cycle of abject poverty. Our holistic approach creates sustainable projects which address the physical, spiritual, and mental needs of those most vulnerable to the defeating consequences of poverty. Steeped in relationship building and community engagement, our team works to discover and address core issues of inner-city poverty in order to restore dignity and safety to hurting and exploited Salvadorans.

Service teams participate in a variety of projects including service to the homeless, construction projects, and ministry to children at risk. Our teams stay at our Guesthouse.

Visit the Mission to El Salvador BLOG to learn about the innovative work happening in San Salvador. 

The Details:

1. This trip is designed for college aged students through adults. Middle School and High School students may attend but must be accompanied by a parent. 

2. A valid US Passport will be required for this trip. A tourist visa will need to be purchased upon entry in El Salvador ($10).

3. The entire cost of this trip will be the responsibility of the team member. Team members are welcome to fundraise on their own if desired. A $100 deposit will be due on October 1. 50% of the trip cost will be due on February 1. The remaining cost will be due on March 1. The cost of the trip is approximately $1100, but may fluctuate depending on team size.

Keep checking back as we update details. For now, catch up on what last year's team accomplished on their trip:

El Salvador Blog