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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. Still, there is much work to be done.

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Vital Statistics

Population: 30,147,935

Life Expectancy: 73 Years

Religions: Roman Catholicism (81%), Evangelical Christianity (12%)

Languages: Spanish, Quechua


  • Moyobamba, Peru

    August 14-22, 2015

    Labeled “The City of Orchids,” Moyobamba serves as the capital of Peru’s northeastern San Martin region. The beautiful settlement of 42,000 people overlooks the Mayo river and serves as a gateway to the northeastern Amazon. Read More ›

  • Cusco, Peru

    August 21-30, 2015

    Our team will be reaching out to people in the remote mountain areas outside the city of Cusco and around the Sacred Valley of Peru. Our team will be hiking and staying in these remote areas. Read More ›

  • Lima, Peru

    August 28, 2015 - September 5, 2015

    Lima is the Hub of Peru. This will be a follow up trip form 2014 where we planted 2nd generation churches in a area where there were few on no believers. We will partner with theses chruches again to plant 3rd generation churches and deepen relationships with leadership from last year. Read More ›

  • Iquitos, Peru

    December 11-17, 2015

    Out of jungles they come. And as they come, our team, including local believers, will work in villages along the Amazon River providing medical care, reading glasses, kids' ministry, community health information as well as introducing them to He who made creation and provides forgiveness. Read More ›

  • Callao, Peru

    March 4-12, 2016

    In partnership with Pastors in Peru and e3 Partners Ministry the Vintage Church has committed to be the anchor church for a mission trip to Callao, a city of approximately 900. Read More ›