Hmong American Alliance Church (HAAC) is affiliated with The Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA).
In 1988 HAAC was established in Saint Paul, MN beginning with only 15 families, in the basement of Mr. Va Tou Vue, led by Reverend Nou Toua Vang. When Reverend Nou Toua Vang was sent by the Hmong District to lead the church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Reverend Solo Xiong was called to be the Pastor. During the 16 years tenure, the church continued to grow, employing multiple staffs, and involved in various local ministries and mission projects.
A church building in North Saint Paul was purchased and served as the congregation's worship center during Rev. Solo Xiong's pastorial leadership.
In 2003, Revenrend Chong Neng Thao came in and served as the Senior Pastor of Hmong American Alliance Church. In the same year, the current building in Maplewood, Minnesota was acquired and renovated. On December 4th, 2004, HAAC officially relocated to this building. The new building has 1040 seats.
In 2005, Rev. and Mrs. Chong Neng Thao were called upon by God to be missionaries overseas. With the absence of a pastor, Dr. Timothy Txawj Teev Vang was called to lead the church. Dr. Vang has provided his leadership for Hmong American Alliance Church for the past 17 years and has retired from Pastoral ministry at the end of 2022. In 2023, Dr. and Mrs. Jou Thai (Ntsum Thaiv) Vang answered God and HAAC's calling and they are now the current Senior Pastor of HAAC.