Hispanic Baptists Celebrate God’s Providence Through 2020

Hispanic Baptists Celebrate God’s Providence Through 2020
Julio Arriola, executive director of Hispanic relations and mobilization for the SBC Executive Committee, leads worship at the Hispanic Fellowship Celebration June 13.

NASHVILLE (BP) – Hispanic Baptists showed up by the hundreds to the Hispanic Celebration ahead of the 2021 SBC Annual Meeting Sunday (June 13).

The more than 800 Hispanic leaders, pastors and families who attended the worship celebration represented churches from all around the United States including Puerto Rico.

The night included worship sets led by The Florida Worship Band with a live orchestra directed by renowned composer Camp Kirkland, an interview with pastor and medical doctor Miguel Nuñez, greetings from SBC Executive Committee President and CEO Ronnie Floyd and a message from Pastor Ramon Medina.

Hispanic churches, like others, were left rushing to find new ways of doing church when the pandemic upended life as everyone knew it in March of 2020. A little more than a year later, churches are starting to cautiously step into a form of normalcy again but with some uncertainty.

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Source: Keila Diaz, Baptist Press

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