Cristóbal Cerón

Cristóbal planted an Anglican church in Santiago city centre in 2011 with a congregation of 30. Since then it has grown and grown, with many people attending mid-week groups, Sunday meetings and evangelistic activities. The church - Iglesia Santiago Apóstol (ISA) - is passionate about the gospel and reaching students, young professionals and others for Christ. 

Brought up in Santiago, Cristóbal became a Christian as a student. He is a natural evangelist with a huge passion for serving God. A former Crosslinks BEST Study Partner (George Whitefield College 2004-7), he loves seeing young people taught the gospel and then equipped for ministry. Alongside leading ISA, Cristóbal is in charge of National Gimnasio (a ministry training programme) and leads Mouchile, a national evangelistic mission to young people. In March 2018, Cristóbal became Rector of CEP - the Anglican training college in Santiago. He now works part-time for both ISA and CEP.

Cristóbal is married to Alejandra and has three children: Belén, Jacinta and Amanda.

In January 2019 Cristóbal led a team from Iglesia Santiago Apóstol to visit a missionary in India who trains pastors and church planters.



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