Vietnamese Church


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The Vietnamese Reformed Christian Church is a lifeline for Vietnamese Christians living in West Michigan.

It was started by refugees who fled the Vietnam War, and continues as a place of refuge for first-generation immigrants and their extended families, as well as college students studying at local colleges. Here, they can worship God and pray and hear the Bible in their native language. They can connect with other Christians for whom they don’t need to translate themselves. And they can encourage each other as they adjust to life in a new country.

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Kentwood, Michigan

Web: loichua.net
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