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Community Service and International Mission trips

  • During Fall and Spring semesters, LCM students engage in community service opportunities such as Habitat for Humanity, Casa Maria Soup Kitchen, and Tucson Food Bank. Usually one per month, on a Saturday morning. 
  • Over Spring Break 2018, a group of 18 from LCM is traveling to Germany. The focus will be on Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation (1517-2017), and Holocaust history. 

LCM trips making History:   

2018 - Germany (We will explore Martin Luther/Reformation sites, Berlin, Buchenwald Nazi Death Camp, German history and culture, and more.) 15 students plus Pastor Ron and Nancy, and Board member Jeff.

2016 - Thailand (inter-faith and inter-cultural trip engagement with Buddhism and Islam). 13 students plus Pastor Ron and Nancy. 

2105 - Juarez, Mexico (under the guidance of Casas por Cristo we constructed/donated a 11' x 22' two room house for a family - Reuben, Luci, Carlos - including raising $5,000 for the construction materials. 14 students plus Pastor Ron and a student's dad. 

2014 - Haiti (our hearts and faith were stretched as we cared for severely handicapped children at St. Joseph's Orphanage. 8 students plus Pastor Ron. 

2012 - Palestine/Israel (explored biblical sites in Nazareth, Sea of Galilee, Jordan River, Bethlehem, the Dead Sea, Jerusalem. Interacted with Palestinian Christians to gain insight into current political struggles. 4 students plus Pastor Ron and Nancy and 4 older adults.   

2010 - Germany (explored sites connected with Martin Luther and the 16th Century Reformation - Eisleben, Erfurt, Wittenberg, Wartburg Castle. Toured Buchenwald Nazi concentration/death camp. 11 students plus Pastor Ron.

2007 - Guatemala (construction project in Guatemala City). 25 students plus Pastor Ron and 2 older adults.

2005 - Costa Rica (construction project at a camp for Nicaraguan refugees working in the banana industry). 21 students plus Pastor Ron and an older adult.

2003 - Panama (construction project building a Church building). 17 students plus Pastor Ron and 4 older adults.  

Why go on these international trips? Aldous Huxley wrote: "to travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries." We try to be hosted by local people as much as possible, in order for us to be able to see their country/religion/life/land through their eyes. These trips become an important part of the college experience. Hope you can participate! We try to keep the costs as affordable for students as possible.