Queretaro is located in the middle of the country of Mexico, 2 hours north of Mexico City. Its population is about 2.3 million people. It is a city that is in its majority Catholic. There are very little protestant churches; about 3 Baptist churches, 3 Presbyterian churches, 1 Methodist church, and 7 other little independent churches. The area where they want to plant the church is in it itself surrounded by 70 suburbs and a protestant church does not exist.
The economy is considered medium high to high class people. We have a great possibility to build a good church building. One of the characteristics of Querétaro is that 88% of people here are young (meaning younger than 40 years). There are 17 universities, 4 colleges and the rest are private schools. We have a very small public school system, so all schools from Kindergarten to High school are private. Querétaro's economy is built on 4 things: tourist, professional class worker, industrial class workers, and business class workers. Querétaro is considered the only state in Mexico to have an economy growth of 2.8% in the past year. Also there is an international airport and a very modern bus terminal.
Querétaro, also called in Spanish "La Cuna de la Independencia" (The Birth Place of Independence) has beautiful architectural structures. You can call this city modern and traditional in its appearance. There is life all day and all night.
ReNacer Reformed Evangelical Church
Renacer is supported by 12 to 15 families that were ready to begin a church plantation. These families wanted a different church, not just your every day traditional church. A church that is committed in teaching the sound doctrine of Jesus Christ, committed to helping family, committed to their relationship as children of God in a lost world. A church that wants to live the real gospel; that will allow them to experiment living in God's kingdom in their every day lives. These families help support spiritually, economically, and physically. The supporting families began meeting every Friday night since January 2013, praying for the plantation. On Easter Sunday 2013, the church had there very first church service. Our vision as an organization is to be able to plant 4 churches in all 4 corners of the city. Continue to pray for the plantation that it will continue to grow