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Mexico Family Camp
June 15-21, 2013
Mexico Family Camp is a week of camping, serving, and growing together. Families from across the country meet in San Diego to travel together across the border to the Amor Family Campsite in La Gloria, Mexico.
A tent city serves as your home for the week, where everyone gathers for incredible dinners and evening sessions featuring the Family Camp Worship team and a special speaker. Each day begins with family devotions and a hearty breakfast before boarding buses for the worksites. Family teams of approximately 20 work each day to build homes for needy Mexican families. Campfires, a talent show, or theme parties top off each day’s activities.
Each year, families are deeply touched by the experience of working together, worshiping together, and growing together.
Be prepared for God to stretch you physically, mentally and spiritually.
Information about the trip:
- Download the Brochure
- Register Online
- Pay your fees or financially support a family attending Famcamp - Family Camp Support Form
- Passports: valid US Passports are required for Mexico. If you don’t have one, be sure to apply for yours through your US Post Office with plenty of time.
- The Package: What's included, what's not
- What To Bring - A Checklist!
- What to Bring.... The LONG List
- Tips & Tricks - learn from experienced Family Campers!
- Need reassurance? Read testimonials from our alumni
Camp as a Family
We have been doing Mexico family camps since 1995 and have found that the families that serve together do grow together. With that in mind, we suggest that your family attend our camp as a family.
We are not opposed to you bringing a non-family member, but suggest that you encourage their parents to attend as well. The minimum age for participation in Family Camp is 4 years old.
Review the AMOR House Plans (PDF3.7MB, '04)
Don’t miss this opportunity to touch the lives of Mexican families through your service, while you impress upon your family the things that matter most to God. You’re building more than a shelter – your family is giving hope.