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Asian Intercultural Congregational Support


Congregational/Individual Directories

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The Asian Congregational Support Office works with Asian constituencies to assist with issues related to Asian American ministries. We work to develop resources for leadership development, to help in new church development projects, to consult with issues in church redevelopment, to facilitate leadership training conferences and to provide staff service to the Southeast Asian Advisory Committee. The office also works with other General Assembly program areas, offices and mid councils.

Our goals for our work with the PC(USA) General Assembly include developing Asian evangelism and church development strategies, recruiting Asian people to go into full-time ministry, to participate in mission and ministry in Asian countries, to develop resources for Asian Sunday School teachers and assist Asian congregations in stewardship.



Rev. Ralph Su, Associate for Asian Intercultural Congregational Support

The Rev. Ralph Su is the Associate for Asian Intercultural Congregational Support. He is a minister member of San Gabriel Presbytery and has served congregations, new church developments, and new worshiping communities in California, Ohio, and New Jersey. He taught Christian Education at Taiwan Theological College and Seminary in Taipei, Taiwan. He will work with mid-councils to revitalize Asian congregations, to grow new worshiping communities and to facilitate the development of resources for various Asian language groups.

Please contact Rev. Ralph Su at (800) 728-7228 Ext.5682, or email him at



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