Christian Church Services

Are there any English-speaking Christian Church services anywhere in or around Cuenca?

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We haven't come across any English services. There are a few churches that were built by Americans, but services are held for Ecuadorians, which means Spanish.

Verbo has headsets and has someone interpret into English.

Jeff

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Apr 22, 2013
The Gathering Ecuador
by: Pastor Greg

The Gathering is a Fellowship for the English speaking community of Cuenca, Ecuador, in association with Unsion, Group 608, and Pastor Bill McDonald.

The official launch of this Fellowship is May 5, 2013. Two weekly gatherings will be offered:

Wednesday Worship & Bible Study @ 1:08 PM

Sunday Worship Celebrations @ 10:08 AM

All meetings are at the UnsionTV complex located at Juan Montalvo 7-40 and Mariscal Sucre.

For services times and more information, visit: www.thegatheringec.com or send an email to info@thegatheringec.com

Mar 26, 2013
Calvary Chapel
by: Matt

Calvary Chapel has a service completely in English.

10AM every Sunday

On the corner of Av. Solano and Belisario Andrade.

For questions, email matthewcamphuis@gmail.com

Oct 08, 2012
English-Speaking Christian Church
by: Dan

There is a Calvary Chapel in Cuenca. I am excited to learn of this!

Aug 30, 2011
Translation for English-Speaking Christians
by: Pastor Bob Capaldi

The Verbo church has headsets working now for translating Spanish to English in the Sunday morning services. We are adding more headsets soon to be able to serve all who come.

The church is on the corner of 10 de Agosto y Loja. Most taxi drivers know us.

God bless, Bob

May 31, 2011
American Christians in Cuenca!
by: Lauren

Jeff,

We are Christian Ministers here from Tulsa OK. We are also looking for any American Christians who want to be ministered to. If we can minister to you in any way please respond to
lauren@knowinghimministries.org

In His service,
Lauren

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Where Is the Non-Catholic Christian Church?

Where is the non-Catholic Christian church?

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There are dozens of non-Catholic churches in Cuenca. There are Baptist, Lutheran and evangelical churches.

The two that you may be wondering about are Centro Cristiano on Avenida de las Américas, and Verbo, on Diez de Agosto.

Jeff

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Sep 15, 2013
English Christian Fellowship
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We are a nondenominational diverse body united in Christ by our belief in the Apostle's Creed (and other historic creeds). We meet each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in the Cuenca Rotary Club (27 de Febrero, next to the bombero's school).

We have been meeting since July 2012. Our first pastor, Rev. David Small, retiring to Cuenca from Bellingham, WA, will assume pastoral duties in October 2013.

We focus on traditional hymns and choruses, scripture readings, study, and exhortation, prayer, and fellowship.

Contact information: noelmagee@yahoo.com. Local cell number: 0969635847, or Ooma, US phone, using internet connection: 585-625-1264

May 08, 2012
Church of the Nazarene
by: Dave Bucher

Paraiso Iglesia del Nazareno (Church of the Nazarene), services in Spanish, located at Av. Max Ulhe y Cesar Vallijo.

Email: laplena7@yahoo.com
International Dialing Code: 593
Phone: 072865848

Dec 17, 2011
Synagogue?
by: Anonymous

Where is the Jewish Synagogue?

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Unfortunately, there is no synagogue here in Cuenca.

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