Su Casa MIT

Su Casa Ministry Initiative Team (MIT) serves alongside Su Casa Family Ministries and ministers to the spiritual, physical, and social needs of Hispanic residents in the Memphis area. Su Casa welcomes the stranger, bridging the gap between first generation Hispanic immigrants and resident Memphians.


An estimated 150,000 Hispanic residents live in the Memphis/Shelby Country area.  There are many ways the local church can help immigrant families adapt and survive in a new culture.

  • ESL Classes

  • VBS and summer children's programs

  • Su Casa Thrift Store - organize and donate

  • Assistance with translation and transportation needs

  • Provide clothing, housing and food on a case-by-case basis

  • Assist with preparations for annual fundraiser banquet

  • Men's and Women's Bible studies

  • Opportunities to promote church growth at Esperanza

  • Financial Literacy Seminars

  • Parenting Workshops

  • Small Business Workshops

If you would like to be a part of the Su Casa Ministry Initiative Team, contact Tripp Howell.

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