In response to Christ's love, Wheaton Koinonia exists to glorify God through the unique cultures of Asian community.
Koinonia is an organization that seeks to serve and empower Asian/Asian-American students on campus through fellowship, education, and advocacy. We seek to be an avenue for familial community as well be a hub of discussion and education surrounding the reality of living as an Asian person in the racial context of Wheaton, the United States, and the world. Our hope is to see Asian/Asian-American students thrive at Wheaton and beyond through becoming aware of and celebrating their God-ordained ethnicity in ways that benefit the Kingdom of God.
Koinonia, which means 'fellowship' in Greek, strives to help foster a relationship with Christ. Wheaton Koinonia has decided to emphasize three objectives for the year. First, Koinonia dedicates itself to celebrate Asian identity in Christ; secondly, the group will aspire to deepen interpersonal relationships for God; and lastly, it is our tertiary goal to improve structure and transparency within Koinonia. For more information on Koinonia please contact any of the cabinet members.
|Ziyue (Siya) Gu||President|
|Joshua Chung||Business Manager|
|Sarah Lam||Large Group Coord.|
|Nathan Kwon||Publicity Manager|
|Katie Chang||Event Coordinator|
How to find more information
|Koinonia Large Group: Sat. February 2nd, 3-5pm, Phleps|
|Koinonia Large Group: Wed. March 6th, 7:30-9:30pm, Phleps|
|Koinonia Large Group: Fri. April 12th, 7:30-9pm, Phleps|