IPC carries out the mission and ministry of Jesus Christ in a variety of places around the world. We seek to build relationships and foster partnerships in the Gospel, as we work alongside people of many cultures, languages, and ethnicities. Our Christian service spiritually forms and transforms us as individuals, as a team, and among the larger body of Christ.
For more than 30 years, we have served in Mexico, Honduras, Kenya, Ukraine, Thailand, Rwanda, and Zambia. One of our most active global mission partnerships is with Mwandi Mission in Zambia. Teams also regularly serve in Chiapas, Mexico, and Kigali, Rwanda.
Participate in an IPC Mission Journey
Join us for an IPC Global Mission Journey in 2022! Everyone (14 years+) is welcome. Please see below and watch our communications for new updates about our mission journeys.
Our initial application deadline for all 2022 journeys is Oct. 31, 2021, however, there is still time to let us know your intentions. No deposits are anticipated until December 2021.
Learn about our 2022 journeys and make plans to join us in God's mission in the world.
We are planning to journey June 4-11, 2022. Application is available for you to share your interest.
Application is now available to journey with us June 18-30, 2022.
We are planning to journey July 15-30, 2022 (not confirmed). Application is available for you to share your interest.
Past Mission Journeys
Mexico Mission in Chiapas
This newer global mission of IPC is helping plant churches in Chiapas, Mexico. The team works with missionaries Salvador and Irma de la Torre on construction and relationship-building projects. This journey is appropriate for individuals and families with children 14+.
Mwandi Mission in Zambia
Mwandi Mission is comprised of a United Church of Zambia congregation, a hospital, school, Orphan and Vulnerable Children Center, and a home for elderly orphans. Almost every summer for the past 25 years, IPC has sent a mission team to Mwandi to complete a maintenance project and to work with the local school, church and orphan center. All members of IPC, from youth to adult, are welcome to participate in this mission journey. Participants will be required to cover some of the costs of the journey, generally air fare, immunizations and personal spending money. All costs for room and board and ground transportation are covered for the team.
Kigali Mission in Rwanda
In 2016, IPC formed a partnership with Anglican Bishop Laurent Mbanda and his ministries serving the people of Kigali. The team visits several churches and ministries in the area that are working for peace and development.