At the heart of the Mazahua Mission’s program is the proclamation and teaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This takes place both at the hacienda and in the surrounding villages. Our emphasis is on training the Mazahua people and “equipping the saints to do the ministry” (Eph. 4:12). Just as God is a Father to the fatherless and a refuge for orphans and widows, Misión Mazahua seeks to love and serve those whom society and history have largely marginalized not only with compassion but acts of mercy.
On May 14, 2015, we opened the doors of the Wholistic Center of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Misión Mazahua within the property behind the hacienda called El Molino (The mill) which was one of the first constructions of the Spanish colonists/conquistadores in this region, probably built in the 1540´s.) The vision of service to the community is projected to give attention to patients and to their families not only in the physical aspect of the patient, but also in the emotional and spiritual needs of the patient and family members. We believe that those people who come to the Center named “Siloé” come with physical pain, and also with many emotional burdens; for which reason we need to go beyond the medical attention, in some cases consoling, praying and sharing words of encouragement and hope. Read More >>