We converted our storage area into a COVID-19 indoor – outdoor chapel. We open the large garage door in the rear and the double doors up front.
Fr. Michael leads school chapel in our new school building.
Pastor Robert Soto (far left) is also the Vice-Chief of the Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas. They hold their monthly meetings at our mission.
Elijah Luikham has joined us as our second Missionary Curate.
A young kid in Florida opened a lemonade stand to raise money for the children in Matamoros. What an inspiration to the whole team.
Our COVID-19 worship space
The whole team worked for months helping her to get her American drivers license.
Erica teaching a COVID-19 hand-washing class at the La Posada immigrant shelter.
An old fashioned Hymn Sing with families from our school
Fr. Daniel and Pastor Eduardo at the healing service in Matamoros
Fr. Michael is now the chaplain for the U.S. Coast Guard Units in South Texas.
Christmas Day Eucharist at the tent city in Matamoros
The first day of 2019-2020 school year
Memorial Day at La Posada – incredibly inspiring event.
Easter Vigil was a packed house
Easter Vigil included 8 baptisms
Daniel teaching ESL at the immigrant shelter
A guest team from Holy Trinity Anglican church plant in McKinney, Tx
Guest team from Church of the Advent – Kirkland, WA
New friends from Guatemala over for dinner at the Behrens house
Dr. Erica “on call” at the Christmas party at La Posada
Tired team (and sleepy kids) at the Christmas “Posada” at the immigrant shelter
With a little help from modern technology and our friends at the Isaiah 55 mission to the deaf in Reynosa we were able to help a deaf and illiterate man at the La Posada shelter – crazy world, good God.
The Trinity School Fall 2018
Deacon Daniel, Rebekah, and Sabal Behrens have arrived!
Clinic at the mission with Dr. Lazzopina and visiting Dr. Leibert
The staff of The Trinity School and their families have a meal at Sara’s house
Michael went with Joe Wilson (Area Director of Young Life) to lead a forum with Mexican government officials in Reynosa, MX on reaching at-risk youth
Week 1 of Teacher Training for The Trinity School (thetrinityschool.us)
Snacks for the kids at La Posada
International Dinner with guest team from Victoria, BC
Folks from Church of the Cross Austin, TX came down to help finish the mission building.
Headed to our international dinner with a Russian, a Ukrainian, a Zimbabwean, a Mexican, and Michael
Palm Sunday – we were able to have all of our Holy Week services in the chapel of our new mission bulding
Some medical residents from the Valley Baptist Residency program spent an afternoon helping construct the mission building
After church service with Bishop Win Mott
Communion with Bishop Win Mott at the Isaiah 55 mission in Mexico.
Our kindergarten class at The Trinity School.
Another “international dinner”
Christmas meal with the free clinic doctors and spouses.
Work has begun on the mission building!
Each month we try to hold an “international dinner” with friends from the immigrant shelter.
We started our Twelfth Night party with a blessing for our house.
Supper at our house with our friends the Robinson Family and some of the immigrants from La Posada.
The Mission gets a home of its own. This building in downtown Harlingen will soon house our offices, a consultation room, a small prayer chapel, and our weekly pay-what-you-can clinic.
We started a Kindergarten! (check it out at thetrinityschool.us) This is our first day of school pic.
Michael with some friends staying at La Posada.
With out of town guest and visitors, the Sunday chapel service gets filled
Communion with the staff of Isaiah 55 mission to the deaf in Mexico