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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


  • Callao, Peru - PE19D

    June 8-15, 2019

    Callao sits just outside of Lima, the capital of Peru. You can find all levels of socio-economic peole in this area of the city. We will be working along side of three existing evangelical churches to reach deeper and to extablish some new home churches. Read More ›

  • Arequipa, Peru - PE19B

    June 27, 2019 - July 7, 2019

    About ArequipaArequipa is the second largest city in Peru. It has an influence of a variety of local Andean religious traditions and a high Catholic concentration. Read More ›

  • Tocache, Peru - PE19C

    July 12-20, 2019

    Join us in Tocache, Peru for a life changing trip. E3 has never been to Tocache and we are extremely excited to be the first group to take the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the people in Tocache. Read More ›

  • Chincha, Peru - PE19F

    July 22, 2019 - August 1, 2019

    Peru provides a great missions experience for first time people who want to go on a mission’s trip. God has worked powerfully in & through each team we have taken to Peru. Read More ›

  • Jaen, Peru - PE19E

    July 25, 2019 - August 4, 2019

    Join us in Jaen, Peru for a life-changing trip. This will be e3's first trip into Jaen, Peru and we are excited to take the Good News to the people of Jaen. Jaen is located in the high jungle of northern Peru and is the entry way into the Amazonas region. Read More ›