“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?
Sessions & Schedule
- Wednesday, 2:00 pm – A Vision and Theology of Ministry in a Multi-ethnic Context
- Wednesday, 4:00 pm – Hospitality: The Hallmark of a Welcoming Christian Community
- Thursday, 2:00 pm – Bridging the Generations: The Need to Nurture Children and Equip Leaders in a Cross-cultural Context
- Thursday, 4:00 pm – New Eden: An Outreach Ministry through Creation Care to Multi-ethnic Communities
Leaders & Special Guests
Asian and Multicultural Ministries in Canada is a ministry of the Anglican Network in Canada to reach out, to plant churches, and to raise up next generation leadership in the visible minority Christian communities in North America. Launched in 2009 under the leadership of the Rt. Rev. Stephen Leung, suffragan bishop for Asian and multicultural ministries, AMMiC currently has churches and outreach projects among the Chinese (Cantonese and English-speaking, Mandarin-speaking), Japanese, Sudanese, Filipino, and South Asian (Urdu-speaking) across Canada, and a Cantonese-speaking church plant in Boston, MA. AMMiC also seeks to build missions partnership with Provinces home to the visible minorities for mutual support and effective witnessing.
To view 2016 AMMiC Ministry Video click here.