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Alliance missionaries arrived in Mexico in 1954, and today the C&MA national church consists of 6,800 inclusive members. Our workers are involved in higher education, leadership development, and more. In Guadalajara, where less than 3 out of every 100 people profess to be Christians, Alliance missionaries have planted five churches. About half of Guadalajara’s 5.6 million residents are from the middle and upper classes.

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National Church

The Christian and Missionary Alliance of México: 30 organized churches, 33 unorganized groups, 7 ordained ministers, 4,700 baptized members, and 6,800 inclusive members

Team Initiatives

  • Guadalajara-based, multi-site church plant with a goal of 10 campuses by 2025 throughout the state of Jalisco and eventually expanding to the surrounding states of Michoacan, Zacatecas, Aguascalientes and Morelos
  • Church planting among unreached, upper-middle class of Guadalajara
  • Leadership development and training among the Purepecha (Michoacan state), Huichol (Jalisco and Nayarit states), and Otomi (CDMX, State of Mexico) indigenous groups with the goal of empowering and equipping future leaders to evangelize their own people groups
  • Mentoring and counseling of church leaders to effectively minister to marginalized peoples
  • Community development projects in church campus sites (Circle of Care)
  • Mentoring, teaching, and encouragement ministries to national pastors
  • Evangelistic outreach through Marriage Encounter ministries and future ESL classes

The Alliance at Work in Mexico