The German speaking Evangelical Lutheran congregation in Lima was founded 1898 by German emigrants. There are contractual ties with the EKD (Evangelical Church in Germany). In majority the members of the Evangelic Lutheran Church in Lima are German, Peruvian, Austrian / Swiss Reformed, Lutheran and United denomination.
The Auditorio Miraflores is an excellent small theater that presents professional and impressive plays for young and old. Together with many others the theater group Aqualuna presents plays in the Auditorio Miraflores.
The Cultural Center Cafae-Se José María Arguedas is a place of diverse cultural and artistic production in Lima. Cafae-Se has two approaches to spread cultural development: the theoretical programs including seminars, conferences and workshops and the practical application with offers ranging from performing arts and plastic arts to audiovisual ...
The community of San José is one of more than 160 German speaking Catholic parishes abroad. Their formation is based on the idea of offering worship services, pastoral care in the German language and promoting integration.
The Iglesia Ortodoxa de la Santisima Trininad is the only church in Peru uniting the Pan-Orthodox community which is formed by orthodox Greeks, Russians, Palestians, Romanians and Peruvians converted to orthodoxism.
The La Plaza Theater opened its door in 2003. Over the last few years the group of artists supported by the San Ignacio Institute together with invited well-known actors developed the theater into a well respected cultural establishment in Lima..
The Teatro de Cámara is a Cultural Center which promotes the cultural development through art and entertainment in Lima. They present new and creative performances for professionals of the art scene and fans. The theater school gives beginners and professionals the opportunity to develop their theatrical skills.
The Goethe Institute is a worldwide operating cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany. Its main goal is to promote the knowledge of the German language and the international cultural cooperation.
Even if the Arabic influence in Lima can be seen everywhere, you won't find a proper mosque. However, the community is growing and usually comes together Saturdays for common prayers and keeping tradition alive.