Lao Evangelical Church
Our history dates back to the mid 1900’s. It is by God’s grace that the Lao Evangelical Church grew out of the work of Swedish Protestant 1890, followed by Swiss Brethren in 1902 and Christian and Missionary Alliance missionaries’ in 1928. The missionaries worked in different parts of the country. In a Mutual mission, Vaughan was server as neutral site for all missionaries. The Swiss brethren Missionary was served from KhamMouang toward Savannakhet and further south. Christian Missionary Alliance carried its mission from Kham Mouang and north forth. Together missionaries from both denominations came together and adopted a constitution to establish the LEC in 1953. 
With the leadership of Rev Wang Yee Her, Rev. Wang Lo Lee and Rev Mouachou Mouanoutoua, the Lao Evangelical Church U.S. was established in September of 1979 starting with one church in Santa Ana, California.  Since its inception, Lao Evangelical Church has grown independently from one branch to nineteen branches throughout California, Nevada, Utah, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Carolina, Georgia, and Canada.  Currently, there are still remaining of thirteen branches.

The vision of Lao Evangelical Church is to live Christ’s Great Commandment.
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