Reaching the American Born Latino

This webinar took on March 25, 2014 from 7-8:00 PM ET. A recording of the webinar is available below. 

Assimilated, English dominant and bicultural Latinos born in this country represent about 65% of the Latino population, not counting those Latino children who have been brought into the country at a very early age. However, most of our evangelistic endeavors are aimed primarily at the immigrant segment of the Hispanic/Latino population. This webinar will explore the approaches to reach the English dominant Latino population, which opens up ministry opportunities for clergy not fully fluent in Spanish, but who have the call to minister in this cross-cultural, emerging mission field. Presented by 2013 ECF Fellow, The Rev. Al Rodriguez

PowerPoint Slides - New Generation Latinos
PowerPoint Slides - Transgenerational Latino Ministry
Printout of Google Searches - English-Dominant Latinos
Printout of Google Searches - Latino Organizations
Episcopal Church's 2009 Strategic Plan for Reaching Latinos