Peter Chin

Peter Chin is the lead pastor of Rainier Avenue Church in Seattle, Washington, a multi-ethnic congregation located in one of the most diverse zip codes of the United States. Chin is also a columnist for Christianity Today, writing on issues of faith and race from a minority perspective.

Chin spearheaded a social media campaign to remove the Make Me Asian app from Google’s online marketplace, an effort featured on both NPR and CNN. His Christianity Today essay, “Daddy, Why Do People Steal From Us?” was the subject of an interview on NPR’s Tell Me More with Michel Martin. And his ministry work in an African American neighborhood of Washington D.C. was showcased by the Washington Post, as well as CBS Sunday Morning.

Peter Chin

Pastor, Rainier Avenue Church

Areas of Expertise: Race, Ethnicity and Religion

Location: Seattle, Washington
Contact Info:

Phone: (202) 294-3574
Email: pxchin@gmail.com
Twitter: @peterwchin

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Added January 2013

Last Verified September 2015

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