Latino/Hispanic Ministries

The Office of Latino/Hispanic Ministries guides The Episcopal Church in forming hospitable communities of faith that nourish, strengthen, and develop disciples of Christ in the Anglican tradition within Spanish-speaking communities.

Vision
Latino/Hispanic Ministries yearns for a church that embodies the multiethnic, multilingual, and multicultural context we live in today. Our vision is to make The Episcopal Church known to Latino/Hispanic communities so that they may experience our church and embrace it as their spiritual home.

Mission
Latino/Hispanic Ministries of The Episcopal Church actively participates in the Jesus Movement. We support dioceses and congregations by producing resources, developing networks, and providing opportunities for formation of lay and ordained leaders.


Registration open for next sessions of Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course

Registration is open for the next sessions of the Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course, an innovative eight-day intensive course, and Virtual Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course, a five-day intensive course, designed for diocesan staff, clergy, lay leaders, and seminarians to gain practical knowledge and cultural competency for Latino/Hispanic ministry. All courses are conducted in English.

The next 2022 sessions will be held:
May 16-20 (virtual) – register by May 6
Aug. 15-22 (in person at Sewanee, The University of the South) – register by Aug. 1

Learn more about the Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course.

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Contact:
The Rev. Canon Anthony Guillén

Missioner for Latino/Hispanic Ministries and Director, Ethnic Ministries

Contact:
The Rev. Samuel Borbón

Associate Missioner for Latino/Hispanic Ministries and Program Development