AMMiC at 2017 ACNA Provincial Assembly

The 2017 Anglican Church in North America Provincial Assembly, with the theme of Mission On Our Doorstep, is an opportunity for everyone across the continent to gather and be united “as church”. As part of the Assembly, there will be many different workshops, networking events, and sub-conferences. AMMiC will be leading a sub-conference on Asian and Multicultural Ministries. The presentation team, led by Bishop Stephen Leung, will share the experience of ministering to Asian immigrants in North America.

“After this I looked, and behold, a great multitude that no one could number, from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages, standing before the throne and before the Lamb, clothed in white robes, with palm branches in their hands, and crying out with a loud voice, ‘Salvation belongs to our God who sits on the throne, and to the Lamb!’” (Rev.7:9-10 ESV)

In this day and age, with so many nations becoming our next door neighbours, the vision revealed to the Apostle John at Patmos has become an imminent reality. How can the Anglican Church in North America grow strong multi-ethnic ministries that are engaging and relevant to immigrants and their families? What examples are there to sparkle our imagination and creativity in ministry?

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“Honouring Your Parents” – 4th Two Generations Conference


“Honouring Your Parents” – 4th Two Generations Conference


“Honouring Your Parents: God’s Word, Cultural Heritage, and Christian Community” is the 4th Two Generations Conference organized by AMMiC on September 30-October 1, 2016. The goal of the conference is to continue the dialogue between first, second and inter-generational immigrants that builds on a deeper understanding and open dialogue among church leadership of different generations and multi-ethnic composition.

The conference will examine “Honouring Your Parents” in three segments:

  • Biblical Exposition from the Old and New Testaments by The Rev. Dr. David Pao.
  • Exploration of Chinese cultural heritage of honouring your parents by The Rev. Dr. Pakon Chan
  • Local context of what pastors and lay leaders from different generations have observed and look forward to resolve.

Please check the conference page for more information and the registration form. Don’t be late to register, REGISTRATION FEES ARE NOW $65 UNTIL THE FINAL DEADLINE.

2016 Joint Summer Conference

The 2016 Joint Summer Conference is being organized by five AMMiC Churches and Church Plants – Good Shepherd Vancouver, St. Matthias and St. Luke Church, Good Shepherd Richmond, Church of All Nations and Good Shepherd Calgary – from Thursday June 30 to Sunday July 3. Two different language tracks will be available. The English track will have Rev. Sean Love (Rector of St. John’s Richmond) speaking on Christian Discipleship. The Chinese track will have Dr. Ka Lun LEUNG (President of Alliance Bible Seminary in Hong Kong) speaking on 華人、華人文化與與基督信仰 (Exploring Chinese Heritage and Christian Beliefs). A children’s program will also be available for children age 3 to 12 during the conference. Early bird registration deadline ends May 15, with full registration ending May 29.

Please check the two posters for more details: English Track and Chinese Track

God’s Written Word Conference

gwwDo you teach or preach the Bible? Do you plan to teach or preach the Bible? 
God’s Word Written is a two-in-one conference designed to grow in us a deep confidence in the Bible and a clear understanding of what the Bible teaches about itself as God’s word written. The Conference is for all Preachers, Bible Teachers, Small Group Leaders, Youth Ministers, Children Ministers, Pastoral Care Workers and anyone interested in understanding why we can be confident in God’s Word Written. Continue reading

AMMiC at the 2016 New Wineskins Conference

AMMiC Display

AMMiC’s new display viewed for the first time at 2016 New Wineskins Conference.

For the past two and a half days (April 6-9, 2016), Bishop Stephen Leung, The Rev. Shihoko Warren (Church of All Nations), Ministry Coordinator Nona Leung, and Webmaster Alvin Ng have been attending the New Wineskins Conference in North Carolina. Continue reading

Published Conference Proceedings Now Available

Looking Back, Looking Forward: A Dialogue Among North American Asian Christians

Asian and Multicultural Ministries in Canada Conference Proceedings, 2011 & 2012

2011_12FrontCover 1In 2011 and 2012, the Asian and Multicultural Ministries in Canada along with Carey Theological College and Hudson Taylor Centre, Tyndale Seminary co-sponsored two conference that explored the relational aspect between the different generations in Asian North American Churches. The published proceedings include talks given by Dr. Craig Smith (Professor of Biblical Studies at Carey Theological College), Rev. Warren Lai (Adjunct Professor of Pastoral & Chinese Ministry at Tyndale Seminary), Rev. Dr. Esther Chung-Kim (Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Claremont Mckenna College), and Rev. Dr. Timothy Tseng (Pastor of English Ministries at Canaan Taiwanese Christian Church, San Jose, California) and many others.

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AMMiC at the 2015 ACNA Provincial Council

The 2015 Anglican Church in North America Provincial Council, Executive Committee, and College of Bishops are meeting this week on the campus of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. The Asian and Multicultural Ministries in Canada (AMMiC) sharing was by Bishop Stephen Leung on how God has been guiding and leading the ministry. (The video below should start automatically at Bishop Stephen’s sharing at 6 hours and 50 minutes into the video. Bishop Stephen’s sharing end at 7 hours and 7 minutes.)

Rev. Shihoko Warren from Church of All Nations (Japanese) also shared her testimony to the Provincial Council.

The Provincial Council meeting concluded with a reception and a Holy Eucharist Service celebrating the Festival of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist at Church of Good Shepherd in Vancouver. Choirs from AMMiC’s Church of Good Shepherd and St. Matthias and St. Luke Church joined with St. John’s Vancouver provided wonderful voice to the worship sing, especially the Offertory Hymn presentation.

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