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Taft Ave Community Church is proud to support and have ministry partnerships with our current Global Partners. 


Pablo and Martha Garcia:   Missions in Mexico and Cuba

Pablo and Martha serve with Link International, a ministry to Mexico and Cuba. They are headquartered in Ensenada and have shared the gospel of Jesus Christ through relaionship building, evangelism and discipleship, since 1989. The Garcias are involved in leading youth sports ministry, pre-marital and marital counseling, discipleship of individuals and groups, and the coordination and translation for visiting mission groups which provide vacation bible school for kids. They also are involved in youth and adult programs, free medical, dental and vision clinics, and building projects for the community. 

Team HOPE:   Mission in Southeast Asia                                                                                     

Team HOPE is a globally diverse, and passionate Team for God. They are called by the power of the Holy Spirit to be the presence of Jesus, and to bring His message among the Miga peoples. They are building a movement of healthy communities of faith in Jesus, beginning with the Miga, reaching out to the neighboring people groups, and then spreading on to the rest of the world! Join us in praying for 100,000 Miga to “come and see” what Jesus has done for and in their lives!

Agua Viva Ministry Training Institute, MTI:   Missions in Ensenada, Mexico

Rancho Agua Viva's Ministry Training Institute provides Mexican church leadership, supporting the autonomy of the local church. They employ New Testament models of evangelism and discipleship, for the purpose of sending the Gospel into unreached ethnic groups in Mexico.

Taft Avenue Communicy Church provides a scholarship for one of their pastors being trained in either their one or two year MTI programs.

Friends of Colonet:   Casa de Pan Agape 

Casa de Pan Agape is a mission of Link International Ministries which serves impoverished migrant families in Colonet, Mexico. These migrant families are indigeneous Mexican ethnic families, such as Triques, Mixtecos, and Zapotecos, who work in the fields around Colonet. Jose Pedro and Maria Elena teach about God while providing hot meals to children (many without parents), training life skills, and providing a safe place for these migrant families to live. 

Taft Avenue Community Church has partnered with Casa de Pan Agape since 2007, building the facilities, helping to maintain the buildings, supporting the hot meal program, and holding vacation bible schools each year. 


For more information please email our Missions Team at