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Ministry to Asian and Latino communities has been the life work of Nayoung Ha and Jorge Morales.

An ordained minister of PC(USA), Rev. Dr. Nayoung Ha received her Master of Arts in Theological Studies from McCormick, having previously earning a Master of Divinity from the Hanshin Theological Seminary in Busan, South Korea where she grew up. She went on to receive a Master’s in Theology and her Doctor of Divinity degrees from the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago. Rev. Ha came to Chicago in 2003 and has focused her efforts on immigrant and refugee rights, interfaith religious leader organizing, deportation defense, racial equity, language access, and voter rights protection for Korean/Asian American communities. 

Her work with undocumented immigrants and non-proficient English-speaking Korean/Asian American communities contributed to the law that made Illinois a sanctuary state and the creation of Korean-language ballots in Cook County and Chicago elections. She co-organized Protected by Faith, an ecumenical, interfaith, social justice network of religious leaders to protect… more

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Dr. Jerry Lee Rice, 89, of Rogers, Arkansas died on 29 July, 2020. He was born on 25 May, 1931 in Salem, Ohio, the son of Fred and Avon Rice.


On Thursday, July 2, 2020 The Reverend William Edward Brown, loving husband and father of two children entered eternal life at the age of 78.


Sister Caroline Cerveny, May 9, 1943 - April 12, 2020, a digital ministry pioneer and beloved member of Espiritu Santo Parish for 18 years, went home to her Lord, her parents and her friends on Eas