Latino/Hispanic Ministries guides the church in forming hospitable communities of faith that nourish, strengthen, and develop disciples of Christ in the Anglican tradition within Spanish-speaking communities.
Nuevo Amanecer, a biennial conference co-sponsored by the Episcopal Church's Office of Latino/...
Leaders in the Episcopal Church have recently taken steps to establish a coalition for Latino...
The Latin American Ministries of the Episcopal Church -- advanced by its Spanish-speaking...
God has called us all to be one family, one community. As The Episcopal Church grows more ethnically diverse, the New Community is a model of the beauty of the church today, showing us how we, in our diversity, can walk together and reconcile the world to God and one another in Christ. We have many different cultures, different traditions, and different languages, but we are one community. In the words of a popular hymn, "All are welcome in this place."
The Rev. Fabio Sotelo, a Hispanic missioner from the Diocese of Atlanta, attended the Church World Service Summit on Immigration in Washington, D.C., Oct. 7-8.