History

The CT. Chapter of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC) is part of the largest Latino National Hispanic Evangelical in America. We are part of a movement that lead millions of Hispanic Born Again Christ followers via our 40,118 Evangelical congregations by providing leadership, networking, fellowship, strategic partnerships and public policy advocacy platforms to our seven directives: Life, Family, Great Commission, Stewardship, Education, Youth and Justice.

The Connecticut chapter serves the Hispanic Evangelical churches, multiple Denominations and Clergy Associations in the state, which represent over 300 churches… In March and June of 2013 over nine denominational leaders convened in Hartford, our state capitol and in New Haven, CT. to reach consensus that we affiliate ourselves to the NHCLC to unite, serve and represent the Hispanic Evangelical Church in Connecticut by reconciling the vertical (righteousness) & horizontal (justice) elements of the cross via the Lamb’s Agenda.

In the summer of 2014, we held a Historical convocation with 60 church pastors whom took action to adopt and immediately implement three of our national directives (Compassionate Evangelism, Education & Youth) and Immigration as a Justice Initiative.

In May2015, the NHCLC CT. Chapter became incorporated in the State of CT. and formed its Executive staff: led by its Executive Director and Director of Operations. The Chapter also appointed Chairs to lead its directives to ensure its vision and strategic plans are in place to effectively advance the Lamb’s agenda throughout the state in all spheres.