potter's clay mexico outreach
Over Spring Break, 204 Westmont students went down to Ensenada, Mexico to serve and to love the community. Here's a little recap video that was made for chapel on 4/20/12.
about potter's clay
Begun in 1977, Potter's Clay (PC) is one of Westmont's longest-running traditions, and certainly its oldest, continuously-running ministry. Each year, the PC core team actively partners with the Mexican core team -- located in Ensenada, Mexico -- to plan a year of mutually beneficial ministry and service.
The purpose of Potter's Clay is to establish and cultivate relationships between the Westmont community and residents of Ensenada through partnership and service - supporting local churches and ministries in building the kingdom of God in Mexico.
a rewarding partnership
Potter's Clay holds a special place in Westmont's history and culture and has a rich history of its own. In 2007, the student leaders of Potters' Clay were presented with a key to the city of Ensenada in recognition of 30 years of service and devotion to the people there. In 2012, the mayor of Ensenada - C.P. Enrique Pelayo Torres - presented Potter's Clay with a plaque in recognition of 35 years of service to the Ensenada community.
Click HERE for ways to get involved!
Coordinator of Student Ministries and Missions