One Voice, One Korea – Oct 27

Hallelujah Community Church in Bundang will be hosting a prayer meeting in English and all English ministries and churches are invited to come and pray together. The senior pastor of Hallelujah (a 1.5 gen Korean-American), Pastor Daniel, will be speaking, New Philly will be leading worship, and various local pastors will be leading prayer. Just as New Philly has been hosting the Joint Prayer Meeting since Nov 2008 and praying for Korea’s revival, God has been stirring upon the hearts of many in English-speaking and Korean churches to pray with the same heart. This is an appointed time to come together with the wider body of Christ and cry out for reunification, revival, and the end of North Korea’s oppression!

One Voice One Korea
A united prayer movement that visibly brings together the English ministries of the Seoul metropolitan area to pray for Korea – North Korea, South Korea, a united Korea, and most critically, the unity of the church on the Korean peninsula – one voice, one church, one Korea.

Date/Time: Sunday, October 27, 2013. 6:30pm.
Location: Hallelujah Community Church (Bundang, south of Seoul; see below for directions)
A light dinner will be provided at 5:30pm.

Daniel Kim
Senior Pastor
Hallelujah Community Church
Simon Suh
Senior Pastor, Every Nation Church

Paul Song
Lead Pastor, IWE | EM of YoungNak

Doug Park
Lead Pastor, New Harvest | EM of Sarang

Leo Rhee
Director of GKYM-Seoul

Worship Led by New Philadelphia Church


The lead pastors of English-speaking churches in Seoul praying together for Korea at a recent AIM Prayer Meeting in April 2013. AIM stands for the Association of International Ministries, an informal affiliation of international churches and ministries that gathers monthly for a pastors’ prayer meeting and annually for Christmas and Good Friday services.

Praying together at the AIM Prayer Meeting.

Directions to Hallelujah Church can be found at their web site. There should be a shuttle bus to the church on the evening of the prayer meeting. Get out of Yatap Station exit 2 and look for the shuttle bus in front of Hana Bank. If you can’t find the bus, please call a New Philly leader or take a taxi. The megachurch is on top of a hill and looks like a beehive.

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