The Korean church community in Southern California gathered at Junimseun Church on May 4 to observe the National Day of Prayer (NDOP). An estimated 47,000 gatherings took place across the nation in observance of the 66th National Day of Prayer, under the theme, “For Your Great Name’s sake! Hear Us, Forgive Us, Heal Us!”
Hundreds of college students from more than 40 churches in Southern California gathered in Artesia from April 28 to 29 for the fifth annual SOLA Conference. More than a dozen pastors from several different churches work together to organize the conference for college students each year.
For the fifth time, dozens of Christian dancers in Southern California will gather and showcase their dancing talent at Rise Up, a Christian dance showcase. This year’s showcase will take place on May 27 at the Marsee Auditorium in El Camino College.
The United Methodist Church’s highest court ruled on Friday that consecrating a practicing gay bishop is a violation of the denomination’s law.
As the 14th annual North Korea Freedom Week has been taking place in Washington, D.C., a ‘World Congress of North Korean Defectors’ convened at the National Press Club on April 27, from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM, during which speakers agreed that consistently inputting information into North Korea is the most effective path toward freedom in North Korea and a peaceful reunification in the Korean peninsula.
Vision Care Service, an international relief organization, and Hwarang Leo Club, will be hosting its eighth Free Eye Camp on April 29 at the Los Angeles Korean Consulate General, from 9 AM to 1 PM.
As the United Methodist Church (UMC) is considering whether it will change its stance on homosexuality, Korean American clergy and lay members discussed how they have been dealing with that very issue during the annual Korean Association of United Methodists (KAUM) Annual Convocation, which is taking place from April 24 to 27 in Los Angeles.
Numerous Korean churches in various regions of Southern California gathered to worship and pray together during the early hours of Easter Sunday.
The Korean church community in Southern California will once again participate in the observance of the National Day of Prayer (NDOP). The day is a national observance that occurs the first Thursday of May each year, during which Christians in the U.S. pray for America and its leaders.
A prayer gathering on behalf of the North Korean people and reunification in the Korean peninsula took place in the South Bay region of Southern California.
SOLA Conference Organizers Hope to ‘Champion’ the Doctrines of the Reformation During Fifth Annual Event
For the fifth time, the annual SOLA Conference for collegians will be taking place this spring, from April 28 to 29 at New Life Community Church in Artesia, CA.
Where there is unity, there will be reconciliation and healing, according to religious leaders who gathered at an interfaith prayer breakfast on Tuesday, commemorating the L.A. riots that took place 25 years ago on April 29.
GIFT Counseling & Wellness Centers held its first ‘Eureka’ Conference for young adults. The conference, which focused on the mental and relational health of young adults, took place on March 11 for English speakers, and will take place again on April 1 for Korean speakers.
The Christian Scholarship Foundation of Greater Washington will be offering scholarships to Korean American seminary students once again this spring.
Responding to a months long controversy, the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC)’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC), and its president Russell Moore, issued a statement on Monday -- the former affirming its support of the president, and the latter apologizing for the role he played in creating any division within the denomination.