Latino/Hispanic Ministries

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.

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March 6, 2012

Bishop Suffragan Diane Bruce of Los Angeles is blessed during a Native American ceremony at the New Community conference. Photo/Keith Yamamoto [Episcopal News Service] Stories of faith and personal witness animated the historic Feb....

January 17, 2012

A Consultation on Alternative Leadership and Theological Training was held January 11-14, 2012, in a suburb of Oklahoma City. This was the first ever churchwide gathering of Episcopal Church leaders involved in ethnic ministries for the...

February 25, 2011

Young adult Episcopalians of color will have an opportunity to explore their call to ministry at a weekend retreat, "Why Serve 2011: A Vocational Discernment Conference for Young Adults of Color," according to a release from the Episcopal...

February 24, 2011

The four Episcopal Church ethnic ministries offices have teamed with Virginia Theological Seminary for a first-of-its-kind three-day International Episcopal Seminarians of Color Conference, with the theme "One Bread One Body," according...

November 17, 2010

The hills of North Carolina and the streets of Times Square both were recently the focus of the Episcopal Church's on-going commitment to Latino/Hispanic ministry. Clergy, diocesan missioners, parish staff, church planters and lay leaders...

October 20, 2010

About 40 people gathered at St. Nicholas Episcopal Church in Pompano Beach Oct. 17 to celebrate the first Eucharist in Portuguese in the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida. After more than a year of preparation, Latin Portuguese...

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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...

This educational program is for Spanish-speaking Episcopalians and is designed to help lay members of Episcopal congregations discover what the significance is of living the Christian life in the Episcopal/Anglican way.

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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.