Potter's Clay Safety
Being PC on PC
That is, P-lenty C-areful on P-otter's C-lay
For information about the Potter's Clay spring break ministry program, click here.
Click here for information about how Westmont is managing the risks with regard to media reports about travel safety in Baja California.
Click here for video resources that can help travelers engage in their own travel risk reduction.
Because these video materials are copyrighted, the link from here is password protected when accessed from off campus. If you are associated with the Potter's Clay ministry, you can request the password by sending an email using this link.
Potter's Clay relies upon the generosity of those who are willing to entrust to God the use of their personal vehicle for the program. Nearly all vehicles make it down and back just fine, but due to the unfamiliar setting we have observed a slightly elevated incidence of "fender bender" collisions in Mexico. Click here for a brief summary of some of the insurance factors involved in deciding about sending a vehicle.
Click here for our Twitter updates. While in Mexico we will publish a tweet on Saturday evening to let you know how the initial crossing went, and on Friday after we've crossed back to the US. We'll post updates periodically thru the week if there's anything notable to report. No news is good news. :)
We suggest you create an account and set up automatic notification to your mobile phone.
Click here for the best ways to reach us in case of emergency while in Mexico.
Getting to Ensenada and to the many ministry sites can be a challenge in unfamiliar territory.
Click here for audio and video routes that you can download to your iPod or other portable media player.
Note: in order to guard our students from unauthorized intrusion at their ministry sites, the link from here is password protected when accessed from off campus. If you are associated with the Potter's Clay ministry, you can request the password by sending an email using this link.