Noé Flores

Trinity Baptist Church,
Lead Church Planter
Trinity Baptist Church
June 4
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About My Family

I'm from Honduras, Central America. I'm a doctor in the fields of orthopedics and traumatology.

My wife is Yolanda. She also is from Honduras, and she studied business administration.

My daughter is Noely. She is a high-school senior and will go to Bushnell University here in Eugene.

We came in 2019 with a firm desire to serve in a local church. God lead us to the North American Mission Board through Boris Alfaro. God opened doors to serve in the city of Springfield, and we started an Hispanic ministry with two families.

About My Church Plant

As I mentioned, we started our Hispanic ministry with two families (8 people) and with the support of the English congregation. God has shown his fidelity, and now we now have 56 members.

We have our services on Sunday mornings from 9:00 to 10:30, and our kids have Sunday School. We also have Bible study each Friday from 6:00 to 8:00 at the same time the youth have their meeting. We have mixed services with the English congregation quarterly.

We serve communities dinners the last Wednesday of each month. Our benevolence committee helps people in our community each Monday through our food pantry and clothes closet.

We are a family church who believes all of the English and Spanish are the same church.

NAMB Church Planting

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