Join Camp Hill UMC as we serve Christ while being immersed in the reality of life in rural Mexico. Bring your willingness to learn about yourself and others to this cross-cultural experience through tangible work and study with Give Ye Them To Eat (GYTTE).
Self-motivated | Flexible | Open to new experiences
People who capture the long-range dream of what this social outreach program envisions as development; the process is as important as the outcome.
Very little English, no central heating or cooling, environmentally sensitive sanitary directives.
Dormitory dressing and sleeping, sharing kitchen chores, being prompt, prepared & equipped throughout the day.
The AWARE Program is geared for responsible adults, 18 years and older, 16 with a parent.
The work involves strenuous labor on construction projects with native building materials on rugged terrain in a hot climate.
November 8–16, 2019
Cost Per Person:
$1000 + travel costs
Possibilities in the City of Puebla
GYTTE is an Advance Special ministry of the United Methodist church. It was founded in 1977 as a social outreach program of the Methodist Church of Mexico to combat hunger and poverty in the rural sector.
One aspect of GYTTE’s ministry is the AWARE program for cross-cultural experiences through work and study. AWARE stands for Alternative Work/ study And Reality Experience. The AWARE program is designed for adults of all ages, immersing them in the reality of life in rural Mexico as it relates to the issues of hunger, poverty, development and global awareness. AWARE focuses on the needs of villagers and farming families as well as the Church’s response to those needs. Together, Camp Hill UMC and GYTTE invite you to become AWARE in Mexico.