Overseas Conference

QTA is one of the organizing members of Rainbow Pilgrims of Faith. Our members Shirley Lam, Pearl Wong and Small Luk will present on the assembly on Sept 5, Sept 6 and Sept 7 respectively. 

The 11th Assembly of the World Council of Churches will take place in Karlsruhe, Germany on 31 August – 8 September 2022.

Dates: 31 August – 8 September 2022

Location: Karlsruhe, state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Theme of the assembly: “Christ’s love moves the world to reconciliation and unity”

The assembly is the highest legislative body of the WCC, meeting every eight years. The formal purpose of the assembly is to review programmes and determine the overall policies of the WCC, as well as to elect presidents and appoint a Central Committee

FCSJ: Liberating Theologies Speaker Series (24-25 Sept, 2021)

Presentation by Pearl Wong

Topic : Introduction of LGBTQI+ activism in Asia and the new world order of Christianity in the global context


I would like to begin by sharing with you my “coming out” story that eventually “called” me to my ministry.

  I attended a church of the Assemblies of God in Hong Kong almost 18 years ago. I was serving in various ministries at first, but once my church leaders found out that I am lesbian


From top left clockwise: Kristine Chong, Elizabeth Leung, Yuri Horie, Su Yon Pak, and Pearl Wong


On March 26, 2021, PANAAWTM organized a webinar on "Introducing Asian/North American LGBTIQ+ networks." The event was moderated by Dr. Su Yon Pak of Union Theological Seminary in New York City. Panelists included Kristine Chong, a second-generation queer Corean American spiritual facilitator, and weaver; Rev. Dr. Yuri Horie, the first out-lesbian pastor in Japan and a researcher at the

Presentation at GIN Side Event on Sept. 28, 2020

The impact of faith on LGBTI people during the COVID-19 pandemic

Presented by Pearl Wong, Queer Theology Academy, Hong Kong SAR


  First, Social distancing cut-off LGBTIQ+ people from Their Caring Communities and Interconnectedness

  According to a recent survey conducted in May this year with 860 LGBT+ in Hong Kong, respondents suffering from probable clinical depression rose from 29% before the Covid-19 pandemic, to 32%. Respondents


Virtual Side Event – Pre-register here:
(The webinar has ended, Register to watch this recording on-demand)

Click here to read the Speech by Pearl Wong (Queer Theology Academy, Hong Kong)

We believe that today, more than ever, it is crucial to differentiate between individuals’ and communities’ expression of faith and belief, and the politicization of religion. We have also seen religious leaders and communities advocate for the most marginalised, including sexual and gender minorities