Peace church pastors in South Korea

Bock Ki Kim (right) and Sook Kyoung Park are International Witness workers for Mennonite Church Canada in South Korea.

While a tiny minority within the larger Korean Christian community, Mennonite churches in Korea are beginning to relate to each other through the formation of Mennonite Church South Korea. Bock Ki Kim and Sook Kyoung Park have been instrumental in the formation of this church body, while also church planting in Seoul.

Known as a peace-church pastor in a time where many Christians in Korean are eager to know more about biblical pacifism and conflict transformation, Bock Ki is called upon as a resource to the wider church on these topics. He participates in presentations and lectures as well as writing and translation. He has translated more than 30 books on Anabaptism and peace theology and helped found the Korean Anabaptist Journal.  Sook Kyoung Park runs an after-school program, teaching and English and peaceful education skills to children and youth.



Celebrate 10 years of International Witness Ministry in South Korea.

See how Bock Ki Kim and Sook Kyoung Park's ministry has grown over the last 10 years. Hear their passion for Christ's work for the future of South Korea Ministries.

Interview: Jeanette Hanson, Mennonite Church Canada International Witness Director.
Video: Kevin Barkowsky, Mennonite Church BC Church Engagement Minister.

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Bock Ki Kim and Sook Kyoung Park celebrate 10 years as International Witness workers in South Korea.

Seek Peace and Pursue It: Sprouts of Anabaptism in South Korea

See how God has sowed, cultivated, and is now reaping bountiful restorative justice and peacebuilding harvests in Mennonite Church South Korea.

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Peace Church Pastors in South Korea

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