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.
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- Centering Prayer As A Way Of Coping With Trauma In This Era Of Covid19 PandemicLecture delivered via Facebook Live and Zoom By: THE REV. DR. FRED VERGARA INTRODUCTION Good evening America and Good morning Asia to those of you listening from Zoom or […]
- Episcopal Church Welcomes 200 Youth From 30 Karen CongregationsOver 200 youth from thirty (30) Karen congregations in various dioceses gathered for the annual “America Karen Episcopal Youth Weekend” last July 4-6, 2019 held at All Saints […]
- Youth & Young Adults Leadership Training CampThe recent Youth & Young Adults Leadership Training Camp held at St. Columba Retreat Center in Inverness, California last July 26-28, 2019 is one of the most organized […]
- QUARTERLY ASIAMERICA MISSIONER UPDATE1. EPISCOPAL ASIAMERICA MISSIONER’S OFFICE: The mission of Asiamerica Ministries Office is three-fold: To enable, equip and empower ministries among Asian immigrants and Asian-Americans and help build bridges […]
- Asiamerica missioner reports on the highlights of the 79th general conventionLet me begin by sharing something about Austin which some of you may probably know. Austin is the capital of Texas, the imposing state capitol features the Goddess […]