Cuba Trip Announcement - Apply by December 18th The Cuba Partnership team announces the next partnership trip to Cuba. It will be March 14 through 21, 2023. We will fly into Santa Clara and visit Presbyterian churches in the central part of Cuba, between Santa Clara and Sancti Spiritus. The people have many needs and that is especially true now. The past few years have been hard on the country.
Cuba report to Presbytery, June 2022 On June 22 a group of 9 people from 3 churches went to Cuba. Each group of 3 people visited churches with whom they had previously formed a relationship. Each group took items that they knew their church needed. We also took parts to rebuild the El Centro Presbytery bus’s engine. This is for the same bus that we helped to supply to them in 2015...more
The Cuba Partners Network is proud and excited to announce that Ruling Elder Vilmarie Cintrón-Olivieri and the Rev. José Manuel Capella-Pratts (pictured upper left of Zoom window), have recently been named by Presbyterian World Mission as our new PC(USA) Regional Liaisons for the Caribbean! Learn more about them and their ministry.
Update on the Current Crisis
Letter Sent to the Cuba Partnership Network from our Siblings in Christ in the Presbyterian-Reformed Church in Cuba
Larry Cuthill, our Cuba Partnership Team Advocacy Coordinator, has provided a draft letter to support our Cuban brothers and sisters. They can't advocate with our government for themselves, but we can. This is one of the most important things we can do to help them - to speak up and tell the stories of what we have seen in Cuba. We urge you to consider using this letter, either as is, or as a template for your own letter, and to send it to the President, your senators and representatives.
Please remember to speak as an individual, not as a representative of your church, session, etc. (unless your session chooses to endorse the letter).
Thank you for your heart for our brothers and sisters in Cuba.