Immigrant Stories at Holy Apostles

Church of the Holy Apostles, announces Immigrant Stories: Sustained by Faith, a monthly conversation series focusing on faith journies of immigrants who worship at Church of the Holy Apostles. The series starts Saturday, November 11th at 5 p.m., beginning with a service of Holy Communion. Church of the Holy Apostles is located at 2200 E. Minnehaha Ave. in St. Paul.

Nor Yang Chang, one of the first Hmong Christian converts who helped evangelize Laos will be the featured speaker of Immigrant Stories: Sustained by Faith, on Saturday, November 11th. Mr. Nor Yang Chang, a member of Holy Apostles, will share his experience, including mission strategies and challenges. The Hmong people began immigrating to the United States in the mid-1970s as refugees, after helping the U.S. fight a secret war in Laos.

Church of the Holy Apostles will launch Immigrant Stories: Sustained by Faith, on November 11th, and will kick-off weekly Saturday evening services of Holy Eucharist in Hmong and English, starting at 5 p.m. For additional information on Immigrant Stories: Sustained by Faith at Church of the Holy Apostles, contact Letha Wilson-Barnard, 612-722-6470.

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