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Article on my church

Discussion in 'Other Discussions' started by FriendofSpurgeon, Jul 18, 2016.

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    Working hard to turn Catholic Hispanics into Presbyterians?
     
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    Actually just sharing the Gospel with everyone. While the article focused on Latinos, we have congregants from all over, including the Caribbean, Asia and even some from Texas (which is almost a different country).

    Also, Latinos are hardly a monolithic ethnic group. We have congregants from many different Latin American countries including Cuba, Argentina, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Argentina - plus Brazil (Portuguese not Spanish) - and I'm sure I missed a few.

    Quite the mix. Plus great food on Sundays when there is a covered dish lunch after services.
     
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