Seeds of Worship (SOW), the Korean American musical and body worship team consisting of children and teens, hosted its annual performance on June 25 at Nachimban Church. About 500 people gathered, and the performance garnered large interest from the community.
The theme of the performance was, 'New Day,' signifying gratitude that God allows each person a new day every day, and to encourage the audience to embrace a new hope as they live out their lives.
"We were so happy and thankful that so many young people, who will be carrying the weight of the future, came and that we were able to spend that time together with them," Esther Park, one of the heads of the SOW team, said.
SOW consists of some 80 elementary, middle, and high school students, and performs body worship numbers as well as theatrical musical performances. SOW will be visiting South Korea for two weeks starting July 18 to visit orphanages and various churches to perform.
This article has been translated. For the original in Korean, visit kr.christianitydaily.com.