Dedicated to the cultural and religious promotion of the evangelical movement, Fundación ABRE exists as a social service to benefit Spanish society as a whole. It is comprised of active members of Churches and Evangelical Organizations, both nationals and internationals.
Also, it is a Foundation with a clear goal of serving Spanish society thereby seeking a more significant presence of the Evangelical Religion in our country. Also, it is involved in ensuring collaboration among its various orders.
In short, Fundación ABRE, through its knowledge and experiences, works with the purpose of being a significant platform of enrichment for the churches and society towards harmony and tolerance.
Fundación ABRE was born under the protection of the beginning of religious freedom established in article 16 of the Spanish Constitution. Thanks to the efforts of a group of evangelical Christians, who after noticing the multicultural and nondenominational characteristics of this nation, decide to disseminate and inform regarding the evangelical doctrine in this country. Although not publicly, Spain has a deep tradition or “historical rooting” in the evangelical religion, both now and in the past. Even as far back as the 16th century, during the time of the reformation, a great number of evidences of this can be found, so that it can be said that Fundación ABRE follows several generations of Spanish evangelicals that desire to obtain an integrative, religious and cultural platform.
Fundación ABRE is comprised of people from all different professional fields, members of Evangelical religious organizations, both nationals and internationals. Just as the Distinguished Spanish Evangelicals of old, like Casiodoro de Reina and Cipriano de Valera, they desire to contribute to the spreading of the gospel.