National Hispanic Pentecostal Congress
The Hispanic Pentecostal Congress is the spirit filled/charismatic arm of The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC) ,the National Hispanic Evangelical Association, America's largest Hispanic faith organization with over 34,200 member churches as recently profiled by CNN and The New York Times. For that matter, the Hispanic Pentecostal Congress counts with the participation of 83% of our member churches including major denominations such as The Assemblies of God, Church of God, Foursquare, Church of God Pentecostal and others. In addition the Hispanic Pentecostal Congress includes independent Spirit Filled networks and associations.
The Congress exists to serve, unify and represent the Hispanic Spirit Filled/Charismatic/Pentecostal community by providing leadership, networking, fellowship, partnerships and research platforms while simultaneously facilitating a culture of revival and renewal. The Hispanic Pentecostal Congress under the able leadership of Rev. Danny DeLeon, Congress Chairman, stands poised to lead the way in framing the narrative of a 21st Century American Awakening. With a deliberate focus on holiness, unity and a renewed call to biblical orthodoxy, the Hispanic Pentecostal Congress strives to serve a righteousness and justice movement in the Spirit of Pentecost.