We celebrate our multicultural family and endorse initiatives that seek to provide loving, caring, and Christian solutions to the complex problems faced by diverse communities.
The U.S. Alliance is home to more than 900 churches that are distinctively non-majority culture. They represent 46% of all U.S. Alliance churches and over half of their baptized members.
Nearly 40 languages and dialects are used to worship the Heavenly Father on any given Sunday among U.S. Alliance churches.
The Hmong District churches and the Vietnamese District churches are the 6th and 7th largest districts among all 25 districts in The Alliance. The Hmong District also has the largest membership of all C&MA districts in the nation.
DIVERSE BY DESIGN
No church becomes diverse accidentally. The norm is for a majority church demographic to attract its own. But we in The Alliance share the conviction that all people from all walks of life are, above all else, God’s image bearers.
A HOME FOR THE OUTSIDER
We passionately follow our Heavenly Father’s admonition to minister to immigrant populations and love the “alien” (Deut. 10:19). With an estimated ethnic population of 97 million, the United States contains a vast, strategic opportunity to fulfill the Great Commission.
A TRADITION OF HOSPITALITY
We celebrate our multicultural family and endorse initiatives that seek to provide loving, caring, and Christian solutions to complex problems faced by diverse communities—including those for immigrant families arriving to the United States.
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