Legacy facilitates Cuban seminary

Canadian gift enables training of pastors in Cuba Yearly Meeting

Cuban Quakers are to build their own seminary, thanks to a legacy from a Canadian Friend.  Cuba Yearly Meeting, which has a tradition of employing pastors to serve Quaker Meetings, currently has no dedicated space to train them. But Friends decided at their Yearly Meeting to ‘create a facility that will survive each of them individually’, as Anthony Woolhouse, general secretary of Quaker Finance & Property of Britain Yearly Meeting put it.

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