Covenant Cuba Ministry

Covenant’s Cuba ministry partnership is building long-term relationships with our Cuban brothers and sisters in Christ, particularly with the Presbyterian Church in the Havana barrio known as Luyanó.

Since 1994, members of both churches have bonded through Bible study, fellowship and service as we encourage our communities to follow Jesus wherever we live, work and play.

We also seek volunteers to contribute supplies such as over-the-counter medicines and baby goods, and to pray for those traveling.

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3 Different Types of Cuba Ministry Trips

Initial Immersion Experience

The Initial Immersion Experience Cuba Ministry trip takes place in late October or early November. Its mission, with the help of some of Covenant’s over 200 Cuba veterans, is to introduce first-time CPC travelers to Christianity in Cuba. Covenant members receive preference for registration applications received from February to May, allowing time to prepare travel documents.

Download this brochure to learn more about the Initial Immersion Experience.

Vacation Bible School

The Vacation Bible School Cuba Ministry trip takes place in July. Its mission is to assist with VBS at Luyanó. This trip is intended for Cuba veterans. Our sister church requests that assistants from Covenant have previously spent time with the church in Luyanó.

Traveling with Mission Presbytery

Traveling with Mission Presbytery to its sister Presbytery El Centro is a third opportunity for Covenant members. This trip visits a number of rural churches in central Cuba and does not include a visit to Covenant’s sister church. While participation is encouraged for Covenant Cuba veterans, any Covenant member may apply.

Joint Projects with our Sister Church

  • Exercise and Tai Chi classes

  • AA and Al-Anon groups

  • Gardening, herbal and medicinal projects

  • Water purification and distribution to the community

  • Monthly music concerts to which the community is invited

  • Community health education projects

  • English-as-a-Second Language classes

  • Serving breakfast to the “third age” Monday thru Friday

  • Weekly senior activity days that the community is invited to

  • Taking “civil discourse” classes to the community

  • Warehousing and taking inventory of parts for water treatment systems throughout the Cuban church

  • Weekly children’s dance classes

  • Sewing circle with knitting and crochet projects

  • Monthly health club meetings for seniors

  • Youth bell choir