Serving the Cambodian Christian community in Greater Boston and beyond
Just north of Boston is the second-largest Cambodian community in the United States. Cambodian Ministries International serves this community through consulting, leadership, training, networking, and collaborative outreach.
What we do
Just north of Boston is the second-largest Cambodian community in the United States. As Director of Cambodian Ministries International, Pastor PoSan Ung provides training and support to the Cambodian leaders who serve this community.
PoSan works with Cambodian churches to organize joint activities, such as evangelistic outreach during the annual Water Festival in Lowell in August, multi-church Vacation Bible School, and a multichurch Easter service.
PoSan also travels several times each year to Cambodia to provide training, networking opportunities, and support for pastors there. (The Christian Cambodian American Fellowship, a network of Cambodian pastors in New England, is an EGC fiscal conduit ministry.)
Pastor PoSan Ung has served as the youth pastor for the Attleboro Cambodian Evangelical Church (1994-95) and afterward for the Tremont Temple Baptist Church Cambodian Fellowship (1996-97), as the English-ministry pastor for the Revere Cambodian Evangelical Church (1997) and as a church planter for New Covenant Presbyterian Church (1997-2000). Since 2000, PoSan's ministry extends to church leaders of the Cambodian Christian community from New England to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, the land of his birth.
Having lived through the Cambodian Holocaust and grown up directly as a Cambodian refugee, PoSan Ung is uniquely in touch with the Cambodian experience. He survived the Killing Fields, and now he wants to make known the Living Fields by lifting up the Name of Christ Jesus.