What’s a self-described Latino-Evangelical-Pentecostal-Progressive Preacher doing at Drew Theological School this week?

Preaching, Prophesying, Teaching and Discussing the “Rise of Latino-Evangelical-Pentecostal-Progressive Christianity in America” focused on shalom and social justice for the common good.

Gabriel, and his wife, Jeanette, are co-pastors of the Lamb’s Church of the Nazarene (where I once served as associate pastor and still claim my charter membership). 


The original Lambs Church building is now a boutique hotel and restaurant in Times Square, but the church remnant relocated to lower Manhattan and became a vital multicultural, multilingual, multinational community of faith focused on what it means to love God, self and neighbor as a “global Christian.” 

Rev. Salguero, in addition to serving as pastor of the Lamb’s Church, is an internationally noted pastor in the Evangelical tradition.  He is Director of the Hispanic Leadership Program at Princeton Theological Seminary and an executive member of The Latino Leadership Circle.  He is a featured writer for Sojourners’ God’s Politics blog, guest columnist on El Diario/La Prensa, and contributing writer for the On Faith forum of the Washington Post.  Click on his article on immigration reform:


Recognized as an emerging national leader for social justice issues and progressive Christianity, Gabriel is completing a Ph.D in Social Ethics from Union Theological School in NY.  We invited him to Drew as part of our Prophetic Leaders in Residence program sponsored by Communities of Shalom.   www.communitiesofshalom.org 

Here’s a Youtube clip of Rev. Gabriel and Jeanette Salguero speaking at the Christian Community ‘Development Association (CCDA) national conference: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQ_ZXYClLU0

If you’re in the NY metro area this week, I hope you will come to Drew to hear  Rev. Gabriel Salguero preach and lecture at Drew.

When?    On Tuesday, November 16,  at 11am,  12pm  and 7:30pm in Seminary Hall.  Sponsored by Shalom and Hispanic/ Latino Caucus at Drew University. 


First in our Prophetic Leaders in Residence Program 2010-2011.  For more information click here: