A Tentative Listing of
the Largest-Known Hispanic Congregations in the USA, 2003
Templo Calvario
(Assemblies of God)
Santa Ana, CA: 6,000 members
Daniel de Leon, pastor
Iglesia de Restauracion Elim
(International Elim Mission, El Salvador)
Los Angeles, CA: 4,200 members
Ren� Molina, pastor
La Iglesia en el Camino
(International Church of the Foursquare Gospel)
Van Nuys, CA: 3,000 members
Fernando & Rosa Maria Castillo, pastors
Ministerio Internacional El Rey Jesus
(independent Pentecostal:  New Apostolic Reformation Tradition)
Miami, FL:  3,000 members
Guillermo Maldonado, pastor
Hispanic Lakewood Church
(nondenominational, Charismatic-Pentecostal Tradition)
Houston, TX; 3,000 members
Marcos Witt, pastor
Iglesia el Calvario
(Assemblies of God)
Orlando, Florida: 2,300 members
Saturnino Gonzalez, pastor
La Catedral del Pueblo
(independent Pentecostal)
Miami, FL: 2,000 members
Yolanda Eden, pastor
Adonai Christian Center
(independent Pentecostal)
Corona, Queens, NY: 1,900 members
Frank Almonte, pastor
Jesucristo el Todopoderoso
(independent Pentecostal)
Hialeah, FL: 1,500 members
Oscar Aguero, pastor
Heavenly Vision Christian Center
(independent Pentecostal)
Bronx, NY: 1,200 members
Sal and Kenia Sabino, pastors
Iglesia Evangelica Latina Templo Betel
(Assemblies of God)
Los Angeles, CA: 1,000 members
Moises Sandoval, pastor
Iglesia de Dios Hispana de Nashville
(Church of God-Cleveland, TN)
Nashville, TN: 1,000 members
Jose and Vilma Rodriguez, pastors
Any additional information about +1,000 member Hispanic congregations that our users may be able to provide will be most welcome.
Please send your suggestions and comments to:
The March 2003 issue of Charisma Magazine, "The Latinos Are Coming" by Peter K. Johnson:
Research and updates by Dr. Clifton L. Holland, Director of PROLADES:   September 2008
Joshua Ogaldez, "America's Five Largest Hispanic Churches" (March 6, 2010), available at: