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Great Commission Bible Church

Transforming Lives

GCBC Christian AAPI Youth Leadership Conference: Empowering Future Leaders

The conference focuses on empowering AAPI youth to lead and serve in their churches and communities. The conference will include speakers, workshops, hands-on experience, as well as opportunities for continued discipleship and mentoring.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Michael Roberts:

david.rong@gcbcny.org

Dates: December 29th-December 31st, 2022

Location: GCBC, 80-22 164th Street Jamaica, NY 11432

Registration: $30 by check (payable to "Great Commission Bible Church"), or

$32 by GCBC website app (all payments are non-refundable)

Deadline: Register by October 31st, 2022

Speakers:

Grace Choi (NY Coalition of AAPI Churches)

Joe Gim, Esq. (Chief, Hate Crimes Unit, Nassau District Attorney's Office)

Christopher M. Kwok, Esq. (JAMS mediator and arbitrator)

Anna Lin, Esq. (Principal, Roach&Lin, P.C.)

Rev. David Rong (Senior Pastor, GCBC)

Rev. Greg Woo (English Pastor, Faith Bible Church, Hope Center)

Registration Links/Consent Forms:

Information Sheet

GCBC Christian AAPI Youth Leadership Conference 2022 Registration

Consent Form

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Reverend David Rong

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Being an Activist without being Political

Reverend Rong is part of a movement of pastors (across racial, ethnic, and denominational lines, named, "Churches for Peace") in the New York City area working together to build bridges between different ethnic groups and serving the community together. This article published by the Christianpost takes his stance on how to be an activist without being political

OUR VISION

Check out our vision video for NYC!

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Resuming In-Person Service and Fellowships

Update: Resuming in-person youth fellowship on Sundays from 10 am-11:20 am with Sunday service to follow at 11:30 am. All youth are required to be fully vaccinated and it is strongly recommended they get the boosters if available.

Starting Sunday, November 7th, we will be holding in-person services in both English (11:30 am) and Chinese (10 am) as well as small groups, fellowships, etc. All those attending will be required to: fill out a survey; wear masks and have their temperature taken.

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Update: All Sunday services will be in-person except for those who are unable to attend due to health or age. If you're unable to attend our in-person services due to health or age factors, please contact us for more information