Current Hispanic / Latino Ministries


  Current Population      5-Year Projection
Anglo 66.1 65.9 -14.1 +0.1
African-American 26.7 12.1 +15.2 +5.7
Hispanic/Latino 3.8 14.9 +25.2 +18.4
Asian 1.6 4.4 +11.6 +17.8
Native-American/Other 1.8 2.8 +3.3 +11.8

The Hispanic/Latino group contributes a significant share to the total immigrant population in the U.S. According to the INS (2007), total immigrants admitted into the  U.S. in 2006 were 1,705,827. The majority of these immigrants were of Hispanic/Latino (52.4%) descend. Three southern states, Florida, Texas and Alabama, ranked in the top five primary destination states for legal Hispanic/Latino immigrants behind California and New York.

Current Hispanic-Latino Ministries
Athens First UMC, P.O. Box 978, Athens, AL  35612   Phone:(256) 232-2020   



Ministerio Hispano Betania, 17158 Mooresville Road, Athens, AL 35613      

Collinsville First UMC, P.O. Box 324, Collinsville, AL  35961



Cullman First UMC, 320 - 3rd Street SE, Cullman, AL  35055      



El Puente Centro Multicultural Metodista,  P.O. Box 336, Albertville, AL 35950 



Iglesia Cristiana Emanuel, 1701 Cole Avenue, Florence, AL  35630   



Isom's Chapel UMC, 17158 Mooresville Rd., Athens, AL  35613                      


Riverchase UMC, 1953 Old Montgomery Hwy., Birmingham, AL 35244     


The Opportunity Center/ Centro de Oportunidad, Newby Road, Athens, AL 



Upper Sand Mountain Parish, P.O. Box 267, Sylvania, AL 35988                  



McDonnell Chapel UMC, 3901 Penny St, Huntsville AL, 35805


Pleasant Hill UMC (Pleasant Hill), 4809 Bell Hill Road, Bessemer, AL 35022



Alabaster Hispanic Outreach Ministry (Alabaster)



Vernon FUMC (Vernon), 250 1st Street N.E., Vernon, AL 35592



Morning Star UMC (Bessemer), 1134 Simmons Street N, Bessemer, AL 35020



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