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Closing churches due to size unthinkable in Cuba

May 22, 2018

A horse cart from a distribution center next door sits in front of the Presbyterian Mission in Camagüey.

It is simply inconceivable to the hardy band of Presbyterians who are the Presbyterian Mission in Camagüey that a denomination – whether it be the Presbyterian Reformed Church in Cuba (IPRC) or the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) – would close a church because it is too small.

Though they are a small group of less than 25 in a large city – Camagüey is Cuba’s third largest city, with a population of some 300,000 – the members of the Presbyterian Mission here consider their ministry vital.

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