We exist to bring youth into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.



We believe that God’s Word is the catalyst for spiritual transformation and growth. The Bible is the highest authoritative guide for what we believe and how we should live. We are committed to teaching and upholding the Bible, and we pledge to avoid modifying Biblical truth, which was once and for all delivered to people in God’s Word. (2 Timothy 3:16)


We believe that every Christian must continually grow and be transformed as a disciple of Christ through the application of God’s Word, obedience to the Holy Spirit, and faithful service to the Lord. We are committed to making disciples who will make disciples. (Ephesians 4:1-3; 15-16)


We believe that prayer is the foundation of all ministries and therefore, His house must be a house of prayer. (Isaiah 56:7)


We value a lifestyle of sharing the love of God both locally and globally by spreading His Good News through evangelism, missions, and community caring and service. We believe that every Christian is called to be an ambassador for Christ. (Matthew 28:19-20; Acts 1:8; 2 Corinthians 5:20)

Join Us!


Middle & High Schoolers
6th - 12th grade


7:30pm Lighthouse at Carey Building

9:30am English Service at Ming Dao Building

11:00am Lighthouse at Carey Building

Austin Chinese Church

11118 Dessau Rd, Austin, TX 78754

retreat fun

Dominic Chan

Youth Pastor

About Dominic Chan

Dominic joined ACC in 2015 as the youth pastor serving middle and high school students. Growing up in Southern California, he became a Christian through a youth summer camp. He received his calling to ministry as a high school senior. He graduated from Boston University with a business degree in finance and entrepreneurship and received his Master of Divinity at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Prior to joining ACC, Dominic apprenticed at Boston Chinese Evangelical Church and interned at Golden Gate Christian Church in San Francisco. Dominic met his wife, Lynn, in college through Intervarsity and they are passionate to see Chinese-American students richly steeped in the Gospel in order to reach the world. They have two young sons, Micah and Jordan. In his spare time, Dominic enjoys cooking, trying new restaurants, basketball, traveling, reading, listening to podcasts, storing random bits of information into Evernote, and wandering up and down the aisles of Costco.