THAAD Is In Korea

Korea’s response to U.S. deployment of THAAD very, clearly reads to the character of Koreans. Koreans have the determination, resolve, and tenacity to advocate unapologetically for peace in their country. Their protests are focused, and their message is resounding. The time for peace is now on the Korean peninsula. It is important to take note … More THAAD Is In Korea

Warm greetings from NCC-Korea. On March 10, 2017, the Constitutional Court of Korea shared its decision to uphold President Park Geun-hye’s impeachment.This is a monumental moment in our history that shows the strength of Korean people and the power we hold to make change. We are hopeful with the ruling and recognize that this is an … More

A Jim Winkler, NCCCUSA, visit to Seoul and the NCCK

Last week, January 18th – 23rd, Jim Winkler, president of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. (NCCCUSA) came to Seoul to follow up on a promise to visit the National Council of Churches in Korea (NCCK) after the NCCK visited Washington D.C. during the U.S. campaign trip last July. Jim … More A Jim Winkler, NCCCUSA, visit to Seoul and the NCCK

Ears to Hear

A reflection by Rev. Unzu Lee (Presbyterian Church U.S.A.) “You may have all heard about the danger of a single story,” with these words Kurt, a PC(USA) mission co-worker stationed in Korea, began his session on the third day of the “Travel Study Workshop for a Korea Peace Treaty.” He was, of course, referring to … More Ears to Hear