Korean United Methodist featured in September issue of Interpreter

September 10, 2007

Technology-based ministry is the focus of the September-October 2007 issue of Interpreter, the official ministry magazine of The United Methodist Church. Read about Korean United Methodist Church in Concord. Korean UMC's Web site is one of a dozen featured in an article that is part of a series of features looking at innovative ways churches, conferences and United Methodist institutions are using technology for ministry that reaches out and creates “old-time” feelings of caring and community.


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