Asiamerica Ministries

Asian American or "Asiamerican" describes both Asian immigrants in the United States as well as Asian Americans born in the United States – Chinese, Filipino, Korean, Japanese, Southeast Asian (Vietnamese, Laotian, Hmong, Burmese), and South Asian (Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Sri Lankan).

It also describes the relationship of Asians in the United States with the Asian Episcopalians and Asian Anglicans in the global Asian community. The office of Asian American Ministries offers resources on mission work, church revitalization, and racial justice – among and beyond Asian communities in the United States. It assists dioceses to start new Asian congregations and strengthen existing ones, and advocates for Asian empowerment at all levels of the church: among seminarians, women, youth, clergy, and lay leaders.

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Today the church celebrates the Feast of the Rev. Daniel Gee Ching Wu. “Holy Women, Holy Men” (...

Episcopal Asiamerica Ministry (EAM) advocates for greater Asian leadership and involvement in...


Courtesy of the Diocese of Singapore, this scanned service book contains bilingual (Nepalese and English) liturgies for Morning Prayer, Evening Prayer, Holy Communion, and the Baptism and Confirmation liturgies.

Holy Eucharist, Rite II, in the Hmong language. This liturgy was gratefully shared by Holy Apostles Episcopal Church in St. Paul, MN.

Liturgy resources in the Ilocano language, including Holy Eucharist Rite II.


The Asian American Senior Citizens Service Center, a non profit organization, is dedicated to increasing the awareness of the needs of the Asian American elderly, assisting their access to essential health care and social services, and promoting a dignified living in the community.

Newsletter from the Office of Asiamerican Ministries, emailed on May 28, 2010.