The C&MA entered Costa Rica in 1975 and consists of four organized churches and more than 2,000 inclusive members. Currently, our workers are partnering with national church leaders in Costa Rica, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua. They are involved in English as a Second language classes, leadership training, and more.
Alliance workers who serve in Latin American countries complete one year of language study in Costa Rica before transitioning to their country of service.
The Christian and Missionary Alliance of Costa Rica: 4 organized churches, 1 unorganized group, 6 ordained ministers, 612 baptized members, and 2,120 inclusive members
The Alliance at Work in Costa Rica
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The Christian and Missionary Alliance has launched a new program that offers young adults the opportunity to experience cross-cultural missions firsthand. Praxis is a network of C&MA ministry sites with the same purpose: to develop a generation of leaders who can impact the world by living out authentic […]read more
- Infant mortality rate—9.9/1,000
- Life expectancy—76.8
- Capital City
- San José (1,527,300) pop.
- Slightly larger than Vermont and New Hampshire combined, Costa Rica (19,730 sq. mi.) has rich agricultural land, lowlands, and an interior plateau.
- Spanish (official)
- Per capita income—$9,600
- Literacy rate—96% (2003 est.)
- Government/Political Climate
- Democratic republic. The standard of living is relatively high, and land ownership is widespread.
- Roman Catholic—76.3%
- Jehovah’s Witness—1.3%
- other Protestant—0.7%
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