Charis Alive, an Asian-American multi-ethnic ministry led by Rev. Victoria Lee, held its inaugural Christmas Celebration on Dec. 15 at Church of the Servant. More than 10 nationalities were represented at the celebration.
“We are blessed to have Edmond Chinese International UMC, OU Wesley International Ministry, Axe Memorial UMC from Garland, TX, Filipino congregation from MWC, Rev. Chris Tiger from the New Faith Committee, Rev. Marla Lobo, Rev. Carlos Ramirez, and many other ministers and congregation members to join us in this special event. Bishop Nunn and President Tie King Tai of Sarawak Methodist Conference, Malaysia sent their video greetings along with pastors and missionaries from around the world.” Lee said. ” It is our sincere wish to promote unity and continue to facilitate events to impact and bless our community.”
Charis Alive will be hosting the Lunar New Year Celebration on Feb. 17, 3-5 pm. This free, family-friendly cultural event is opened to the public. There will be food and many fun hands-on activities to showcase the similarities between the Passover and the Lunar New Year.