Rev. Dr. Wallace Mang (Transitional Pastor)
Wallace was born and grew up in Hong Kong, the last British Colony in Asia. He became the first Christian in his family in his high school years. He then was called into full time ministry and graduated from Overseas Bible Seminary (Diploma of Theology) and China Graduate School of Theology (M. Div.) in Hong Kong in 1984 and 1990 respectively. He has been serving as pastor since then in Hong Kong and USA. In 1994, he came to US as an international student for further study in theology and ministry at Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, FL. He got his MATS in 1995 and D. Min. in 2003. He served as the Senior Pastor of Tampa Chinese Christian Alliance Church in 1995, and moved to Los Angeles to serve as the Senior Pastor of New Life Christian Alliance Church in 2004 until August 2013. He then became the Executive Director of Chinese Churches Association of The
Christian and Missionary Alliance in USA serving 79 Chinese Alliance churches in USA from September 2013 to September 2017. Wallace is now serving as the Transitional Pastor of Agape Chinese Alliance Church in San Diego, CA.
Pastor James Chuang
Pastor James Chuang was born and raised in East Lansing, Michigan, by his mother Yang and father Chru-an, along with his older brother William. Growing up, he dreamed of becoming an artist and a writer. He studied English Literature at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, earning a BA in that field. In his senior year, however, God altered the direction of his life by calling him into ministry. After taking one year off and spending one summer in China, James earned his M.Div. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL. James has learned to pastor the church from the congregations of Chinese Bible Church of Oak Park, IL, where he served as a youth ministry intern, from Grace Fellowship Community Church in San Francisco, CA, where he served as a pastoral intern, and from Ann Arbor Chinese Christian Church, where he served as English Pastor. He continues to learn from the people of Agape Chinese Alliance Church, where he has gladly served since 2005.
In Loving Memory of Rev. Jack To
Rev. Jack To, Rose To, Josiah To & Rachel To
In 2016, Agape dedicated our church fellowship hall in remembrance of Reverend Jack To, who went to be with the Lord in March of 2016. We remember him as a servant of God for his humble leadership, caring ministry, commitment to serving others, and unwavering faithfulness to God. Through faith, Reverend To had inspired, and continues to inspire, us to trust in God’s provision and timing for the fulfillment of His promises.