MISSION: Puerto Rico

We minister to impoverished families in the San Juan communities who
have been impacted by the poor economic and social conditions as well as recent hurricanes

The Puerto Rico mission relief effort started following Hurricane Maria which struck the island in September 2017. Churches, families, and entire communities in Puerto Rico were devastated by that storm. In September 2022 – five years later – Hurricane Fiona delivered another devastating blow to the island. As a church community, we have a new mission to help the people of Puerto Rico recover from the devastation left behind.

Adult members of Colorado Community Church will be working with young adults in the missions field to support the recovery efforts.

UPCOMING TRIPS

Possible trip March 2023.

Our mission team recently returned from Puerto Rico! Check out these photos and stay tuned for more info about the mission trip!

PRAY

  • Pray for families who continue to recover from hurricane damage.
  • Pray for the gospel to continue to be brought alongside humanitarian aid, so true transformation may occur.
  • Pray for transformation of the social and economic systems that are currently in place.
  • Pray for Pastor Ivan, Pastor Carlos, and Pastor Carmen as they serve their communities. Pray God would meet their needs.
  • Pray for health and safety of the mission teams.
  • Pray for the spiritual growth of the young adults that we will be guiding. 

PROVIDE

  • If you would like to give toward future projects or support a team member on a future trip you may do so at the Give link below. 

PARTICIPATE

Future mission trips will include hands-on ministry such as:

  • Working with the young adult ministry at CCC along with Cru and Destino to come alongside students and young people in their faith journey. We desire to help them to become ambassadors for Christ in the mission field, serving in the San Juan communities and across the island.

5+5 Giving Philosophy

With 5% of your giving, please prayerfully consider supporting at least: