Two long-established stations are left out of the broadcasting allocations although they met the requirements.
After three days of street evangelism, thousands of people attended the closing event of “Barcelona, Jesus loves you”.
160 people gathered in Barcelona to reflect on the need to prioritise Europe in the mission.
The pastor of the Evangelical Church of Castelldefels (Spain) looks back at the first 7 years of work in the city and addresses the current challenges.
The document launched by the government focuses on how religious expressions impact the relationships of co-workers.
35 years later, the event continues to succeed in bringing together churches for a day of sport and fun.
With the educational project Missió Humanitas, the Catalan authorities seek to arouse "curiosity" about the different beliefs, confessions and convictions present in the territory.
A Ukrainian refugee family shares how a biblical faith and worldview has been essential to deal with the reception process in the other corner of Europe.
Remei Oliva tells in a book how she fled to France and ended up in a centre run by Elisabeth Eidenbenz, the daughter of a pastor. “Without her, I would have died”, says the son.
“We are committed to protect religious freedom. It is unacceptable to persecute people for their belief”, said the Councillor of Justice of the regional government.
Historical images of schools founded by Protestant churches have been presented in Barcelona. "They stood out for their innovative teaching methods”, organisers say.
The missionary had gone to the city to help with the evacuation. He worked for a Christian organisation that is helping Ukrainian orphans.
A report finds that the pandemic has accelerated the loss of religiosity in Spanish society, especially among those under the age of 34.
The Catholic population in the city has decreased over 35% in 20 years, according to official data. In four districts there are already more other Christian churches than Catholic temples.
The film 'Protestants: the silenced history' tells how evangelicals were persecuted during the post-civil war years in the Barcelona area.
Among the cultural legacy that the Welsh missionary George Lawrence left to the evangelicals in Catalonia is a collection of hymns in the local language that have been sung for generations.
Evangelicals in Catalonia and the rest of Spain analyse the government's decision to free the convicted leaders of the Catalan independence process.
Local and regional authorities attended the groundbreaking of the Nou hospital evangèlic and recognised its service to the city.
Evangelicals, Catholics, Jews, Muslims and Orthodoxs, issue a joint statement warning about the increase of “gratuitous attacks” and an increasing misunderstanding of the limits of freedom of speech.
The Evangelical Council of Catalonia defends “non-violence as a tool for transformation” and asks Christians to “pray for social peace”.
“No one should wish to die due to lack of palliative care”, Spanish health workers say, while they denounce their “defencelessness”.
About 12 cases of Covid-19 were detected, including the centre's medical doctor. “We have been extremely careful, but the circumstances are what they are”.
The strict requirements to regularise the situation of the places of worship in some Catalonian municipalities were discussed last summer at the UN Human Rights Council.
Manuel Suárez of the Spanish Evangelical Alliance analyses the importance of the WEA recommendations to the UN regarding places of worship and pastor pensions in Spain.
During the 44th session in Geneva, the World Evangelical Alliance denounced the “unreasonably high safety standards for non-Catholic places of worship” in Catalonia, and the need to address the problem of pensions for dozens of retired pastors.