Dominican Republic

Mission in the Dominican Republic was founded following Hurricane David in 1979 through the efforts of Puerto Rican Brethren who came to the aid of Dominican families in the Viajama community. Numerous Puerto Rican and US Brethren offered support and guidance throughout the past 30 years. Today, there are approximately 1,650 members in 21 congregations.

Active evangelism and church planting continue with energy and vitality--most churches have at least one daughter church or preaching point. A Theological Program helps fill the leadership needs of a growing church. Two cycles of theological students, numbering 36 students, have graduated over a period of 10 years.

News from the Dominican Republic

Hoovers close out their work with Global Mission and Service (May 4, 2019)

Jason and Nicole Hoover have concluded their work with the Church of the Brethren Global Mission and Service program in the Dominican Republic in order to begin working with Solid Rock International. Read more »


Three new grants support disaster recovery, farming efforts (November 2, 2018)

Church of the Brethren funds will aid projects in Honduras, Indonesia, and Haiti, responding to disasters and assisting training for farmers. Read more »


Brethren from Dominican Republic and Spain start house churches in Europe (January 26, 2018)

In the 1990s, a wave of Dominicans began leaving their home country to look for a better life in Spain. Members of Iglesia de los Hermanos (the Church of the Brethren in the Dominican Republic) were among them. In time they established the Church of the Brethren in Spain and continue to plant new fellowships across the country. Read more »


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