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Project Cuba

Projects:  Church Planting, Legalization of New Churches, Support National Pastors, Leadership Training, VBS Outreach, Evangelism & Discipleship Training, Children's Ministry Training.

Faith & Christian Business Leaders, you are invited to join our Executive Vision Trip as you travel with our team on this exciting trip to Cuba! It is our pleasure to come alongside partners in Cuba as we serve churches and teams from the US working to build the Kingdom of God. 

We travel to Cuba 4-6 times a year.  You will have an opportunity to experience first hand the Cuban culture and meet Christian leaders that are working in Cuba.  We invite you to partner with us financially to participate in church projects in various regions on the island. Space is limited.

When traveling to Cuba we will work with the Santa Iglesia Monte Sinai which requires us to apply for a Religious Visa. There is a US$150 cost to apply for the visa in Havana.  The Cuba Visa Application Form needs to be saved to your computer, completed and returned to as a Word document. Please note that when purchasing flights to Cuba, the visa approval typically is not granted until 4 weeks before the departure date.

If your passport expires before your trip to Cuba, please use your expiring passport number and expiration date to complete the form. You will need to bring both your old and new passport to Cuba.

Please note that the Religious Visa application form is a Word document and may be downloaded here.

For more info on travel dates and to register, email me at

VISION Trip leader

++Eddie Rivero

Presiding Bishop, Global Network of Churches & Ministries

U.S. Bishop, Santa Iglesia Monte Sinai


Day 1 – Welcome to Havana! - Thursday 

  • Flight arrives Thursday AM to Jose Marti Airport in Havana Cuba

     - Meet your guide & driver. Exchange your US dollars to Cuban CUC’s.


  • Welcome Lunch at local "Paladar" Restaurant (variety fixed menu)

  • Check in at Hotel


  • Walking tour of the following historical locations:​


  • Parque Central​

  • Capitolio:  Experts considers it one of the six palaces of major world relevance


  • Gran Teatro de la Habana:  A theater where significant concerts and ballets are performed, and famous artists became known, such as prima ballerina, Alicia Alonso


  • Paseo Prado:  Lined with its beautiful bronze lions and statues, offering views of the Habana Malecon to San Salvador de la Punta Castle. Take a rest at Habana’s Malecon.

  • Panoramic tour around Morro Castle and Cabaña in the early evening and then attend the Cannon Fire Ceremony at the Fort at 9:00 pm.  Arrive at 8:00 pm (cost included)

  • Dinner at El Cañonazo Restaurant (cost not included)

  • Evening Meeting at Hotel with Bishop Eddie Rivero & local church leadership



Day 2 – Explore the Colonial Plazas & Havana Neighborhoods - Friday


  • Breakfast at Hotel

  • Morning Devotional

  • Walking tour of Havana’s Colonial Plazas:  Immediately inland of Havana harbor,

    • Plaza San Francisco de Isis,

    • Plaza Vieja and Plaza de Armas

    • Plaza La Catedral


  • Lunch at local "Paladar" Restaurant (cost not included)   

  •  Panoramic view of Plaza de la Revolucion, Bosque de la Habana, Vedado, Malecon, and Miramar:  Your guide will give you an overview of all of the main neighborhoods of Havana, listed above

  • Dinner at local restaurant (cost not included)



Day 3 – History, Connect, Explore, Shopping - Saturday

  • Breakfast at Hotel

  • Morning Devotional

  • Visit the Old Presidential Palace:  Known today as, the Museum of the Revolution, which features historical artifacts, beautiful ballroom, Batista’s former office, his escape secret stairway, and the original Granma boat in a glass enclosure (cost included)


  • Lunch at Hemingway’s favorite, El Floridita located on the lively Obispo Street


  • Walking tour of Obispo Boulevard, passing various shops and bars:  Stop by the perfume shop, where you can mix and create your own scent. Towards the end of the Boulevard you will pass Hotel Ambos Mundos, city home to the famous, American writer, Ernest Hemingway. In his room, located on the fifth floor of the hotel, Hemingway wrote his classic, “As the Bell Tolls.”​


  • Stop at Almacenes San Jose at the port for the best selection of souvenirs, art and crafts.

  • Back to hotel to freshen up for dinner

  • Dinner at Hotel (not included)

  • Evening fellowship with team members



Day 4 – Last day in Cuba!

Sunday, February 24

  • Morning Breakfast

  • Sunday Worship Service

  • Free time to explore Malecon area on your own

  • Depart to Jose Marti Airport.  Arrive at airport 2½ hours prior to your flight time


For more information on cost, travel requirements, contact Bishop Eddie Rivero at (305) 297-3859 

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