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A copy of Kimchi and Maple Leaves under the Rising Sun, a 75th anniversary history of the PCC/KCCJ partnership that I wrote, was presented to KCCJ research historian Rev.
One suggestion was that the KCCJ send a woman missionary to Canada.
During the Second World War, the KCCJ was compelled to take part in a government enforced union of all Protestant churches in Japan.
Throughout his history of this ongoing relationship between the KCCJ and the PCC, Anderson seeks to relate his account to the wider context of Korean, Japanese, Canadian and world history, and to ongoing developments in the theology and practice of mission.
Hae Joong Kyung is the first woman ordained by the Korean Christian Church in Japan (KCCJ) and the first woman Moderator of any Asian church.
More than 800 people gathered in Osaka for the 90th anniversary celebration of the Korean Christian Church in Japan (KCCJ) on October 10.
Kuyung Hae Chung, Moderator of the KCCJ, responded warmly to the presentation of a plaque under the signature of William Klempa, Moderator of The Presbyterian Church in Canada.
Donald Powell, were sent to Japan as missionaries by The Presbyterian Church in Canada (PCC), appointed to work with the Korean Christian Church in Japan (KCCJ).
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