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Princeton Seminary’s Center for Asian American Christianity hosts webinar on second-generation churches

Pastor Charles Choe is lead pastor at Tapestry LA, a downtown Los Angeles church serving a mainly Korean and Chinese American congregation. He was the guest Monday during “Challenges, Transitions and Opportunities in the Second Generation Asian American Church,” a 90-minute webinar offered by the Center for Asian American Christianity at Princeton Theological Seminary.

A Princeton Theological Seminary webinar tells a captivating story of how one inmate gained freedom and now serves his community

It was Billy Taing’s candor that made for a memorable and moving webinar hosted last week by Princeton Theological Seminary’s Center for Asian American Christianity. Taing joined his fellow co-director with the organization API Rise, the Rev. Diane Ujiiye, for a discussion titled “Freedom? A Conversation About Incarceration and Being Asian in the U.S.” Dr. David Chao, director of the Center for Asian American Christianity, was the host.

Lived theology in Asian America conference will focus on social, racial justice

The Lived Theology in Asian America Conference on race, justice and politics already has over 560 people registered. It is scheduled to take place on April 23-24. Dr. David C. Chao, who directs the Asian American Program at Princeton Theological Seminary, believes this is a timely and important conference.