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The Episcopal Church convention calls for closer relations with Cuban church

Possibility of reunification explored, call made for US government to lift economic embargo

03 July 2015

Cuban synod votes to return to Episcopal Church

Members of synod for the Episcopal Church of Cuba narrowly voted in favour of returning to the church’s former affiliation with The Episcopal Church at their recent meeting last month in Cardenas, Cuba.

17 March 2015

WCC congratulates Carlos Emilio Ham on appointment as head of Cuban seminary

The Methodist, Presbyterian and Episcopal churches founded the Evangelical Seminary in 1946

17 February 2015

Episcopal Church of Cuba adopts three-year strategic plan

The Episcopal Church of Cuba has a clear vision moving into its next triennium:

28 February 2014

U.S., Cuban church leaders seek 'normalized relations

U.S., Cuban church leaders seek 'normalized relations

6 December (ENInews) Church leaders from ecumenical councils in the U.S. and Cuba wrapped up a five-day meeting in Havana on 2 December with a call for "normalized relations" between the two countries.

07 December 2011

Cuban Episcopalians Welcome New Bishops Suffragan

"Asi lo haremos - We will!" thundered the standing-room-only congregation at Havana's Episcopal Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, when asked if they would accept as Cuba's first bishops suffragan the Revd Canon Nerva Cot Aguilera and Archdeacon Ulises Mario Aguero Prendes.

12 June 2007

Episcopalians join NCCC visit to Cuban churches

Episcopalians were part of a thirty-member delegation of the National Council of Churches of Christ (USA) invited to Cuba, 22-28 January 2004.

11 February 2004

Pastoral Synod of the Episcopal Church of Cuba

Pastoral Synod of the Episcopal Church of Cuba

The extraordinary Pastoral Synod convened by the Episcopal Church of Cuba which included delegates from women, young people and men from organised and non-organised missions, said the Church must develop a more communitarian character in order to carry out its mission in the current Cuban ecclesiastical and social context.

17 January 2001