Christine Cheung

Christine Cheung

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Apr 18

Wednesday, 14 April 2021 15:07
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  • Rev. Philip Wong, pastor of TCCC, was received by the Lord on April 11. TCCC will host an online memorial service on Sunday, Apr 25th, at 2:00 p.m.  Our loving sympathy and prayers are with Anita Wong and their sons.
  • Esther Poon (Creative Access Region)Esther had her 6-monthly follow-up ultrasound in March.  The size of the

Apr 11

Thursday, 08 April 2021 10:33
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Boonprasert & Boon Har Vijitrakul (Thailand) - The 3rd batch of Life Change Class will be commencing on Apr 18.  They have trained about 40 mentors in March.  All the mentors are ready to walk along side of new believers and those who will attend Life Change Class for the first time.  Please pray.


Apr 4

Wednesday, 31 March 2021 11:49
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Pray for the coup in Myanmar.  May the Lord have mercy towards the people there, strengthen His own church and believers.  May they experience the Lord’s presence and protection as they undergo this trying time.  Pray for the many missions organizations and missionaries in Myanmar.  May God be with them and grant them courage as they face all kind of pressure.

Summer Job Position

Monday, 15 May 2017 10:48
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Ministry Highlights

Thursday, 24 January 2013 13:33
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The Association of Chines Evangelical Ministries (Canada)
requests the honour of your presence at

The installation of our general Director
Rev. Simon Wong

to be held on November 4, 2012 (Sunday) at 7:00 p.m.
during the Grand Finale of our 34th Missions Conference
At Richmond Hill Christian Community Church
(9670 Bayview Ave., Richmond Hill, Ontario Canada)

Please do not send floral baskets.

Congratulatory to Rev. Simon Wong

Tuesday, 18 September 2012 11:07
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Andrew Yeung
Chairperson of Executive Church Board of RHCCC


First time I met Rev. Simon Wong was in the spring of 1992.  Throughout the past 20 years, he has been my pastor, brother and a personal friend.

In various ministries we serve together ranging from short term missions to the executive church board, you can appreciate and admire how Rev. Wong has been a blessing and instrumental to the advancement of RHCCC ministries.

With sadness, the Executive Church Board see Rev. Wong go, but with joy and anticipation we love to see him courageously and faithfully respond to God’s calling. We trust that with God’s given vision, Rev. Wong’s leadership in ACEM will greatly expand the horizon of God’s kingdom.

RHCCC believes in “Blessed to be a Blessing”. Once again, Pastor Simon exemplifies this in a very personal way!

Congratulatory to Rev. Simon Wong

Tuesday, 18 September 2012 11:05
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Rev. Dr. Hay-Chun Maak
Consulting Pastor Emeritus of Richmond Hill Christian Community Church

Whenever we talk about passing the baton, inevitably, we will recall the story of Elijah’s passing of the baton and Elisha’s receiving of it. How the Bible tells this story is not only vivid and lively, it is also very moving.

Witnessing God’s glory and being given double portion of spiritual power: Elijah’s life is filled with glory throughout and it ends in great glory as well. Elisha witnesses all this of his predecessor. In accordance with God’s plan and promise, he himself also receives abundant power as he becomes Elijah’s successor.

Inheriting Elijah’s cloak and breaking grounds in new ministries: After receiving Elijah’s cloak, Elisha does not simply wear it. Instead, he uses the cloak to strike the water in Jordan River to part the water, bringing about a brand new situation.

Rev. Simon Wong has seen Rev. Dr. John Kao’s glorious life and work; including evangelism, cultivation, church planting, church building projects, discipleship and mentoring young pastors.  He has also seen how Rev. Kao spear-headed missionary

work at ACEM churches as well as at CCCOWE, challenging all Chinese churches over the world to spread the Gospel to the ends of the earth. In addition, Rev. Kao founded Chinese seminaries in Toronto and Calgary, training and equipping future pastoral staff for the coming generation to complete the unfinished work of this one.

Indeed Rev. Wong has, in fact, inherited Rev. Dr. John Kao’s cloak, the flourishing ACEM and the twelve healthy ACEM churches where there are many talented people of God with rich gifts; where finances are always sound; and where a simple and effective organization structure with low administrative expenditure is in place; and where excellent spiritual ministries are being carried out. Through these ministries, annual missions budget approaches a total of about $2M. Also, annually, hundreds of short-term missions team members, supported by thousands of prayer warriors, are sent out. In short, ACEM and her churches always adhere to the five fundamental principles of building them together and they aspire to fulfill the absolute missional vision from above.

I sincerely trust that God will grant Rev. Simon Wong double portion of spiritual power to break new grounds and develop brand new ministries to God’s own glory!

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