Peru is segmented by the impressive Andes Mountains, running parallel with the Pacific coast to the west. Over 60% of the country is covered by the dense Amazon jungle where fishing and agriculture are the way of life.

Evangelical Christianity is growing in Peru, especially among the Quechua and Amazonian people. New Bible translations are also being published, creating new opportunities for the Gospel to be presented.

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Vital Statistics

Population: 29,496,120

Life Expectancy: 73 Years

Religions: Christianity (95%), Nonreligious (2%), Ethnic Religions (1%)

Languages: Spanish, Quechua


  • Iquitos, Peru

    November 28, 2014 - December 7, 2014

    This Expedition will combine ecotourism with medical church planting. We will be staying aboard La Estrella on the Amazon River as we minister in and around Requena.

  • Tarapoto, Peru

    December 5-13, 2014

    This is a church planting and discipleship making expedition. We will partner with local churches to plant new churches in areas where there are currently no evangelical churches. Read More ›

  • Iquitos, Peru

    March 6-12, 2015

    The Gateway to the Amazon Iquitos, located in Northeastern Peru, is the country’s largest rain forest city. With a population of 422,000, it is also the fifth largest city in Peru. Read More ›

  • Moyobamba, Peru

    March 6-14, 2015

    Called the City of Orchids, Moyobama is the capital of the San Martin Region of Peru. We will be the first e3 team taking the good news of Jesus to this city of over 42,000. Read More ›

  • Chazuta, Peru

    March 20-27, 2015

    Chazuta is a remote town in the Amazon region of Peru where e3 teams have worked with some indigenous groups to plant churches along the Huallaga River. We will be stay in a lodge on the river and travel by boat to villages where there are not churches to provide medical care and share the Gospel. Read More ›

  • Huancayo, Peru

    May 22-30, 2015

    Where Tradition and Modern MeetTranslated “the place with a sacred rock,” the city of Huancayo is the capital of Peru’s Junin region in the country’s central highlands. Read More ›

  • Ica, Peru

    June 5-13, 2015

    Ica, a city of over 200,000 is located about 3-4 hours south of Lima in southern Peru. While the area was long inhabited by varying cultures of indigenous peoples, a Spanish conquistador claimed it’s founding in 1563. Read More ›

  • Yurimaguas, Peru

    June 12-20, 2015

    This trip will take place in the Northern part of Peru in the Amazon Basin. Our newest national leader, Jhon Linares has a great heart and passion for the people in this area as he and his family live in Tarapoto. Read More ›

  • Tarapoto, Peru

    June 26, 2015 - July 5, 2015

    Tarapoto, Peru is located north of Lima along the edge of the Amazon Basin. E3 Legacy worked in this area in the past year and we look forward to serve the local churches move further into the Amazon. Read More ›

  • Arequipa, Peru

    July 17-25, 2015

    A Cultural EpicenterWith over 1.2 million residents, Arequipa is Peru’s second largest city. It is also Peru’s second most industrialized and commercialized city. Read More ›