On February 18th of 2018 at the Anglican Cathedral of Madrid I was ordained as a presbyter of the Anglican Communion by the Rt. Rev. Carlos Lopez Lozano. Below is one picture, though you can find more pictures and details at the cathedral blog (though in Spanish).
The Anglican Cathedral of the Redeemer in Madrid, Spain will host a Christmas Eve service this year at 8:00 pm. Our address is Calle de la Beneficencia, 18 near the Tribunal metro stop (see photo below).
The service will consists of lessons and carols, meaning that we will alternate between a bible reading (a lesson) and a Christmas song. Children and international visitors are invited. The service will be bilingual, so some material in English and some in Spanish.
If you would like to do one of the readings or have any questions please e-mail the Rev. Dr. Duane Miller at drdamiller1232 [at] gmail [dot] com
People from any faith tradition or none are invited to this intimate encounter with the divine.
The Reformation fell on hard times in Spain. The Spanish Inquisition was vibrant and energetic and that institution was not disbanded until 1834. This meant that anyone sympathetic to Protestant ideas had to flee from Spain or keep their ideas to themselves.
There is a bit of my article on our special celebration of the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation which took place on October 31st at the Cathedral of the Redeemer here in Madrid.