Anglican Parish in Texas Breathes Spirit Life into Cambodia Church Plant

A thirteen hour time difference, over 9,000 miles, and the International dateline separate St. Vincent’s Cathedral in Texas from a new church plant in Cambodia’s province of Pursat.

That kind of distance might make a direct partnership between Cambodia and Texas seem nearly inconceivable, but that couldn’t be further from the truth.

In fact, St. Vincent’s put up half the funds necessary to make the new church plant a reality and has sent teams over to work directly on the project.

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Posted in * Anglican - Episcopal, * Christian Life / Church Life, * International News & Commentary, Anglican Church in North America (ACNA), Asia, Cambodia, Missions, Parish Ministry

3 comments on “Anglican Parish in Texas Breathes Spirit Life into Cambodia Church Plant

  1. Pageantmaster Ù† says:

    Mission in Indo-China can be very difficult. Persecution in these majority Buddhist countries is often the norm. Good to see this initiative of SE Asia and St. Vincent’s, Fort Worth and prayers for them. Perhaps they will be creative in their use of technology and the internet to spread the Word.

  2. Jill Woodliff says:


  3. mhmac13 says:

    Gee I had to readhis blog to learn what is going on at St. Vincent’s a few miles away. It may have been reported here and I just it missed it. Dean Reed is right- it is what we are supposed to be doing. If the national church had spent as much time, energy and money on this type of ministry rather than punishing those who believe in the fundamentals of the faith, it would be a much healthier, exciting and focused Christian community. Kudoes to Dean Reed and the folks at St. Vincents for showing us that God’s kingdom still has a lot of places to grow.