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Building bridges through interfaith work

During my past thirty-one years of ordained ministry, parishioners and persons of other Christian groups have raised questions regarding both our denominational stance and my personal engagement in interfaith work. We who are engaged in interfaith work recognize that it is not categorical theological faith stances or beliefs that bind the interfaith community together.








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A season of prayer of peace on the Korean Peninsula

Jun 22, 2017

June 25 marks the beginning of the Korea War—in 1950—as understood in South Korea. For the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) it also marks the beginning of the “Season of Prayer and Reflection in the Korean Peninsula,” which runs until August 15, the day in 1945 when Korea was liberated from the Japanese occupation of WWII.

For a number of years, leaders from the PC(USA) and the Presbyterian Church in Korea (PCK) have called on members and friends of both churches to pray for peace on the Korean Peninsula and to engage in a season of prayer and reflection from the key historic dates of June 25 through August 15.

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