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Hispanic Churches Add English Services
Hmmm, just in time for Lutherans like us to finally try and reach them in Spanish they are reaching their own in English. Ah, irony.
As a complement to the regular 11:30 a.m. Spanish service at the independent Pentecostal church, where they've worshipped Papi for years, there's now a 9:30 a.m. English one where the faithful praise God the Father.
While churches from every imaginable tradition have been adding Spanish services to meet the needs of new immigrants, an increasing number of Hispanic ethnic congregations are going the other way - starting English services.
It's an effort to meet the demands of second- and third-generation Hispanics, keep families together and reach non-Latinos.