The Episcopal Boston Chinese Ministry was founded in 1981 at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul.
Sunday school children from EBCM perform the story of the Passion, Easter Day, 1993.
A joint Christmas pageant with the English-speaking congregation at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, 1997.
Adults and children from the EBCM choir with Bishop M. Thomas Shaw, SSJE, 1995.
The Episcopal Quincy Chinese Center opened in 2000 to provide afterschool programs, tutoring, faith formation programs and other services for the surrounding community.
The Episcopal Boston Chinese Ministry's 25th anniversary in 2006. From left: The Rev. Sez-Kar Won; The Rev. Canon Thomas Pang; the Rev. David Allen, SSJE; the Rev. Canon Steve Bonsey; the Rev. Edward H.C. Ho; Samuel Wong; and the Rev. Glory Lee Wong.
Episcopal Quincy Chinese Center (EQCC) offers college application assistance and SAT classes.
Children from the Episcopal Quincy Chinese Center's annual summer program, 2002.
Volunteers at the Watermelon Fun Carnival, an annual outreach program in Quincy that began in 2003.
The annual watermelon eating contest at the 2010 Watermelon Fun Carnival, St. Chrysostam's Church, Quincy.
Choir members participate in the annual Chinatown Christmas Caroling, 2011.
Young confirmands with Bishop Gayle E. Harris and Bishop Barbara C. Harris at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, October 2013.
Bishop Alan M. Gates visits the afterschool tutoring program at St. Chrysostom's Church, Quincy, which has been operating since 2000. Also pictured at left is the Rev. Eric Hillegas, Rector of St. Chrysostom's, a dedicated host.
Chinese ministry church retreat, June 2014.
Early members of the EBCM youth group now have their own children.
Two members, aged 83 and 94, baptized on Sept. 27, 2015, at the celebration of the re-opening of the Cathedral Church of St. Paul after renovations were completed.
The first wedding ceremony held in the newly renovated Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Oct. 10, 2015.