Private: Tijuana/San Diego: NPCC/CRU

San Diego, CA, USA

TG
Feb 27 - 28, 2020
Group size: 1 - 24
Private: Tijuana/San Diego: NPCC/CRU
San Diego, CA, USA


$250
Feb 27 - 28, 2020
Group size: 1 - 24

About this trip

A formational journey that immerses you into the human story of immigration, responsibly giving you access to otherwise inaccessible people and places. Learn from some of the best peacemakers in the world embedded in the borderlands of San Diego/Tijuana.  Come away with a deeper understanding of the culture of a border community, the physical and psychological barriers in the immigration system and the barriers we seek to overcome as everyday peacemakers in our daily lives, our communities and our places of worship. 

Basic Itinerary

Thursday

5pm: Convene for dinner at North Park Covenant Church: 2930 Howard Ave, San Diego, 92104

6pm-7:45pm: Orientation, teaching, discussion 

8pm-9pm: Presentation by a DACA recipient 

9pm: Done


Friday

Breakfast on your own

7:15am - Meet at North Park Covenant Church for Centering and Opening Session

- Depart on bus for Border Field State Park 

- Border Patrol/Border Angels interaction 

-Cross Border

-Walking tour with locals 

-Lunch 

-Playas for encounters/Border Wall reflection

-Dinner 

-Done/Cross back to US. Bus transportation back to North Park Covenant Church provided

What’s included

  • Transportation
    All ground transportation during the trip is provided.
  • Meals
    Dinner is provided both days. Lunch is provided in Tijuana on Friday, as well as afternoon coffee and dinner at the migrant shelter.
  • Honorariums
    Donations for speaker and organization represented are included in the trip tuition.
  • Staff
    Global Immersion will provide 1 Curator and 1 Project Coordinator for guidance, teaching, and integrative learning.
  • E-Learning Platform
    Each participant will be given instructions for access to our online learning platform.
  • Permits & Entrance Fees
    Cost for any and all necessary permits or entrance fees are included in trip cost.
  • Diet Restrictions
    Because meals are pre-set, Global Immersion cannot accommodate dietary restrictions. Participants with dietary restrictions should plan accordingly.
  • Snacks
    Some snacks are provided. But we suggest participants bring their own snacks as well.
  • Travel Insurance
    It is recommended that participants secure their own travel insurance.

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The Global Immersion Project
The Global Immersion Project is training people of faith to engage our world in restorative ways.