WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE THIS SUMMER?

JOIN US FOR A MISSION TRIP TO MEXICO

New Life partners with Youth With A Mission (YWAM) to build homes for at-risk families in Mexico. We are also able to partner with other local groups such as the Women's Shelter, Mujeres Nuevo Comienzo that we have worked with for many years. No experience is necessary for either service opportunity, but each will be sure to give you an experience you will never forget. Together we can make a difference!



This is a whole church project. You can participate by contributing towards the materials to build the houses or with the other local causes we support. For those going on the trip, they pay their own way — $325/per person plus airfare, or about $650.  A $150 deposit is due with your completed application at the beginning of February. We've put together an FAQ sheet with additional information, 


Please don’t hesitate to contact Ron at ron@newlifepetaluma.com  or 707.396.1592 if you have further questions.

When a family in mexico receives a home:

  1. It breaks the cycle of poverty in one generation, by setting them ahead economically.
  2. Children of parents who own a home are 3 times more likely to stay in school than those who don't.
  3. Health benefits: Home ownership reduces respiratory diseases and other sicknesses.
  4. Socio-economic health: It changes the parents' and children's outlook on the future.
  5. Spiritual Impact: People are ministered to with the two handed gospel - physically and spiritually.

women's shelter

Our vision at Mujeres Nuevo Comienzo (MNC) is to provide a safe home to abused, abandoned and shattered women and their children with a desire to see them experience healing through a personal encounter with God. In helping women discover their value and purpose in life and cultivating confidence in themselves, women are encouraged and empowered to pursue restoration and restructuring of their families. 

Our mission at MNC is to be a place where women are

  • Fed spiritually

  • Loved unconditionally

  • Provided with food, clothing materials, and a safe home

  • Taught basic literacy and life skills

  • Trained and equipped with work skills