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To make disciples of Jesus Christ by sharing His good news with all people, especially with those of Chinese descent, and helping them grow as followers of Christ, so that together we will bear witness of His glory in Austin, in the surrounding areas, and to the ends of the earth.

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Empty Phrases

Reset.Rebirth.Restore

Three times in this passage, Jesus says, "when you pray..." Obviously this is a clear teaching about prayer that highlights, clarifies and guides us to what God expects us to practice. Otherwise...we just speak empty phrases. Perhaps we are not known as a church characterized by prayer because we don't know how to pray! How can God transform us starting today?

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Pastor Gaylord Tsuei

Announcements & Events

Tapestry: Hurricane Ida Survivor Care Kit Making

Saturday, October 9 • 9:30-11:30 AM

Ladies, high-school and up, join us in making survivor care kits for those impacted by Hurricane Ida. We will pack the kits together on October 9th at ACC and send off each kit with words of prayer and encouragement. Whether or not you are able to join us, you can also donate materials to be used in the kits. For more information and to RSVP, visit https://acc.church/tapestry-hurricane-ida, and continue to pray for those impacted by Hurricane Ida.


ACC Local Outreach Fall Park Tour: Kingsbury Commons at Pease Park

September 25, 2021, 4PM - 6PM
1100 Kingsbury Street, Austin, TX 78703

Local Outreach Ministry desires to mobilize the English congregation to live missionally daily by sharing the Gospel through words and actions. Therefore, we encourage you to invite your friends, coworkers, and neighbors to join us on September 25th from 4PM to 6PM at Kingsbury Commons of Pease Park near downtown Austin to explore the park grounds together in a family friendly, outdoor setting. Feel free to bring a picnic and your favorite park equipment for you and your guests as we practice the hospitality that Jesus showed us, bringing us who were once far off into the household of God. (Eph 2:13)

There will be an opportunity to write cards for families supported by our community partner, Dobie Resource Center, including incoming refugee families from Afghanistan and Cuba. We will also be providing information on how to further support Dobie Resource Center’s work with these families this fall.
To prepare for this outing, please visit https://peasepark.org/kingsbury-commons for more information about the park, including park rules and parking options (street parking may be necessary).

This event will follow the Center for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for outdoor gatherings, which you can review on the CDC website.
Email english.outreach@austinchinesechurch.org for questions.


Quest Fall 2021

For Fall 2021, Quest will be studying the Seven Signs in the Gospel of John that point to Jesus as the Messiah. We will learn what these signs tell us about who Jesus is and how we can live out these truths in our daily lives through loving one another and leading others to Him. We will be meeting at the Portables starting September 12, and there will be an online option as well: https://acc.church/questonline


Baptism Fall 2021

Our next adult baptism service will be on Sunday, November 14 during 3rd Hour. If you are interested in being baptized, please contact the EAA at eaa@austinchinesechurch.org by Sunday, September 26th.


COVID-19 Update

Dear Church Family,

Austin re-entered Stage 5 on August 5, 2021. ACC's campus continues to be OPEN and is adhering to the public health guidelines:

1. Fully vaccinated people MUST wear a mask when attending onsite activities (in consideration of variant transmissibility and unvaccinated children), except for the people on stage while they are serving.

2. Social distancing should be maintained whenever/wherever possible.

3. Non-fully vaccinated people (including children) SHOULD NOT attend onsite activities.

4. Individual ministries can decide whether to meet on site, provided #2 and #3 requirements are met.


2021 - 2022 AWANA

Starting from 9/10, every Fridays 7:30 pm. We welcome all 3-years old children to incoming 5th graders in September to join. Virtual on-line gathering including praise, Bible message, Bible verse memorization, sharing and prayer. 50% off Early bird registration until 7/30. Please check out https://acc.church/awana2122 for more detail.


ACC Newsletter Subscription

Want to stay in touch with ACC? Visit https://acc.church/subscription to subscribe to our newsletter, where you'll receive emergency updates, letters from the pastors, and even our weekly Sunday bulletin.

Discovery Group

Interested in Discovery Groups?

The Discovery Group ministry aims to provide excellent, engaging, Scripture-based teaching so that together we will grow in our knowledge, understanding, and application of God’s Word. Discovery Groups are meeting from 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM via zoom. It's not too late to join so please register at acc.church/dgsignup. After registering you will receive class login information. Anyone college-age and above is welcome!

Discipleship at Work DG

Your 9-5 might seem mundane, but it is actually God-ordained! He has set you in your workplace and intends for you to be a light and a messenger of the Good News there. Colossians 3:23 says, “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters." In this course, we will learn and practice what it means to be a faithful witness for Christ at work. We will go over fears and obstacles, investing in relationships, starting spiritual conversations, and ultimately, what it looks like to become disciples who make disciples in the workplace.

An Introduction to the History of the Church

In order to comprehend the present, it’s often important to understand the past. Join us this summer as we seek to look at the history of the church in order to understand, reflect, and mine for the various treasures of wisdom that are waiting to be uncovered.

A People Restored (Bible track)

Israel and Judah had been exiled from the Promised Land. While it seemed that God had left His people, a closer look shows that God continued to sustain His people and ultimately brought them back home. Join us this semester as we study Daniel, the post-exilic prophets, and Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther, to see God working, even in the darkest of times, to restore His people.