Mid-Cities Missions exist to make God known throughout the world.
We operate out of the Acts 1:8 principle of being God's witnesses in Jerusalem (Local Missions), Judea and Samaria (National Missions), and to the ends of the earth (International Missions).
We do this primarily through church planting, partnering with organizations, and short-term mission trips. Our hope is that through this website, you will be able to see how God is using Mid-Cities to help advance His kingdom on the earth.
"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth." Acts 1:8
Are you ready to step out of your comfort zone and join us on a mission trip? Click on the link below to fill out an application.
2017 International Mission Trips
Cape Town, South Africa
Team Leader: Camron Stotts
Mid-Cities will partner with the Thembalitsha Foundation and our own missionaries, The Erwin Family, on the ground there. We will serve, love and assist in several Thembalitsha projects.
The Baja Mission trip is FULL!
June 28- July 3
Team Leaders: Steve & Micki Espinoza, Filo Galindo
What's it like? Meet up with team members from across the United States in San Diego. We'll travel south of the border to Rosarito to build a church and a parsonage in less than six days. You'll also evangelize in the local community with translators and throw a fiesta at the conclusion of the week.
Haiti/Live Beyond Medical & Children's Ministry Mission
We will travel to Thomazeau, Haiti to work alongside LiveBeyond for a medical and children's ministry focused week.
More than 2,000 people have traveled to Haiti to serve on a LiveBeyond medical mission week. Prior to our establishment in the region, locals did not have access to medical care or professional medical help. During this trip, you will have the opportunity to provide medical care for 1,000+ people that come to our medical clinic weeks.
Licensed doctors, nurses and dentists are a vital element of this mission week, but the trip is open to all people, no matter what your profession is. From prayer team to intake to scabies treatments, there are so many different ways for you to care for these sick people with your current skill set.
+ Minimum age 18 if traveling without parents (must be a high school graduate; individual cannot be supervised by other adults)
+ Minimum age 14 if traveling with parents (child must share room with parents)
+ Applicants over the age of 70 must provide a medical release and recent medical history from their family physician to be reviewed and approved by LiveBeyond.