Focus on Chinese Ministry (The Episcopal Church)


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This on demand webinar, with presentations of Bishop, Rector, Chinese clergy and Chinese members of a brand new ministry, shares:

  • the joys and struggles in ministry of the Li Tim-Oi Center (named for The Rev. Florence Li Tim-Oi, first woman priest in the Anglican Communion—1944) among Chinese immigrants,
  • the difficulties and achievements in meeting the challenge for an historically “Anglo” church located in a rapidly changing neighborhood with increasing Chinese immigration,
  • the collaborative endeavor to explore a creative way of doing new ministry under the guidance and leadership of Bishop, Rector, and bi-lingual Clergy,
  • and all in all, the story of ups and downs in creating a new model for sustaining Episcopal Church ethnic ministry.

Presented by 2014 ECF Fellow, The Rev. Dr. Thomas Ni, Executive Director of Li Tim-Oi Center and Associate Priest for Chinese Ministry, Church of Our Saviour, San Gabriel, California.

Learn more about this online religious webinar from The Episcopal Church.


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