Cuban Religious Leader Calls for Joint Church-Community Work

Edited by Juan Leandro
2013-11-22 13:56:06

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Holguin, November 22 (RHC)-- The director of the Havana-based Martin Luther King Jr. Center, Reverend Raul Suarez has underlined the need to strengthen relations between church activity and community work based on family harmony, solidarity and humanism.

During the First National Forum of the Faith for Cuba Ecumenical Network underway in Holguin, the Baptist pastor called for the contribution from all sectors of society.

The Faith for Cuba Ecumenical Network was set up in 2011 and it brings together Christians of different protestant denominations with the aim of achieving social equality on the basis of collective work and effort.

The forum is being attended by over 200 religious leaders, including Pastor Odja Barros, of the Brazilian Baptist Church and Victoria Cortez. the Bishop of Nicaragua's Lutheran Church.



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