reaching cuba for christ
solving food scarcity
What is your favorite Christmas tradition? In Cuba, it is the celebration of Noche Buena, which means “good night”. This same event is observed in many Latin American countries on December 24th, with varied customs and traditions to accompany it.
For Cuban Christians, Noche Buena anticipates the birth of Jesus. As believers gather in their local communities to worship and reflect upon the hope that Christmas brings, they also prepare special foods like lechón (roasted pig) and spend time with friends and family.
This year, after the severe economic hardships experienced in Cuba, please consider giving during our Noche Buena opportunity. Your financial support will allow our pastors to purchase food for their communities, ensuring not only that Noche Buena is a good night, but that families receive the tangible hope of Christ in the new year as well!
“Our journey through the mission fields has been intense and fruitful. There has been salvation, restoration, and ministerial refocusing towards the reviving of the church. Thanks to all those who contribute so that we can continue the missionary work in Cuba.”
— PS. CARLOS ALAMINO
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645 seminary students