Pachuca is a city of about 1 and a half million people located approximately 1 hour Northeast of Mexico City. It is a city that is isolated from tourism which makes it unique among some of the other large Mexican cities. It began as a mining town and silver has been mined here for over 400 years. There are four distinct social/economic classes: Upper class, middle class, working class, and lower/poverty class. We are called to reach out to the poverty class, many of which resides in communities of Los Cubitos and La Raza, along with the indigenous villages from which many of the people in these communities come.