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15th Annual Korean Worship and Music Conference.

by Lifelong Learning and Confluence Conference Staff

Korean Worship and Music Conference 2010

The Korean American Ministries group at Columbia Theological Seminary is excited to present the 15th annual Korean Worship and Music Conference, July 16 – 19, 2012 at on the seminary campus.

The theme for the conference is Confluence: Worship Educationally, Educate Worshipfully. It will focus on the educational significance of Christian worship, as well as the worshipfull aspects of spirtual formation and Christian education. Click here for a short video on the conference.
Confluence is defined as “the flowing together of two or more streams.” Pastors, church educators, lay leaders (from Asian American and other congregations), and scholars from related fields are encouraged to attend.  "We hope to model a shared vision- the flowing together of two or more streams of tradition and practice - while generating a variety of practical strategies to meet the needs of the specific contexts of the various Asian American and other churches today," says Dr. Paul J. Huh, director of Korean American Ministries and assistant professor of worship at the seminary.
The Harrington Center will be the site of conference worship and workshops. The conference is co-sponsored by the Confluence Project, a group of church educators and seminary professors who are full partners in the planning and participation of the conference.
Seminary faculty and staff are invited to register as guests of the conference. Several scholarships for basic degree students are also available for those desiring to attend the entire conference. Online registration is required for all attendees.
For more information, please contact conference associate director, Chanmi Park:
For more information and registration forms click here.