The Chinese Christian Herald Crusades’ ministries started with just a table 40 years ago, and now it has spread all over the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Europe, Hong Kong, Australia and other places; with the goal to diversify caring missions.
Our Immigration Service Center provides free immigration and legal consultation services for the public. The public can consult with a lawyer on the phone after making an appointment. Phone number: (718) 799-8212
Haven Café offers translation services every Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Chinese-English translations, written or oral translations are available. You’re welcome to visit directly or make an appointment by phone. Phone number: (646) 207-6574
We organize a team of volunteers to let them learn and grow through activities such as serving neighboring communities, various evangelistic activities, and after-school tutoring classes for children throughout the summer.
The Yeehong Center provides a safe and warm place for the elderly. This is where they can learn talents, make friends, have the opportunity to get in touch with the Gospel, and spend every day richly and colorfully.
The purpose of the Herald Cancer Association is to care for cancer friends in need through different forms of lectures, fellowships, mutual aid clubs and caring groups. We want to accompany them through their journey in fighting cancer.
The Herald Learning Center provides a variety of courses for the community, emphasizing English learning. Besides that, it offers art courses, such as painting, Erhu, and etc. We would also organize teacher-student associations and off-campus activities to enhance the friendship between teachers and students.
In addition to providing a beautiful meeting place for churches, Herald Blooming Garden in Upstate New York can also hold different themed camps and workshops according to the needs and interests of different age groups. We practice the strategy of “building touchpoints, friendships, and faith” in a progressive manner.
HUMI is an important institute within CCHC to train urban caring evangelists. The building of HUMI has just been completed and is waiting for the Building Bureau to pass the inspection before it can be used.