This is the symbol of the PCK . Thanks to Rev Changbae Byun and Rev Sung- Eun Yun. The PCK have been very generous hosts.
Look who I had dinner with this evening.
How do you wash up if you have just fed beef stew to 7,000 people?
Transition now your only leader ever is 70
Today we are going to Myeong Sung Church. It has 30,000 members. It’s worship space holds 3,000. It’s a bit different from home! However there are many Churches which are more like home than I knew when I arrived here.
There are over 100 types of Presbyterian Churches in South Korea. Most are theologically conservative. They object to Biblical criticism and ecumenism. All over the place there are Churches meeting. This sign has a list of Churches above shops
This is their logo.They are a Church very focused on social issues. The circle symbolizes the whole world. The shape of the arrow the first character in their name. It represents progress, hope. Blue= freedom, hope. Purple= endurance, justice. White= tranquillity and purity.
In Korea the biggest denomination is the PCK with over two and a half million members. This is their Presbyteries. In the URC we would call them Synods
Memorandum of understanding between the PCK and the URC. This is Rev Michael Jagessar and Rev Changbae Byun. URC and PCK big cheeses