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The Korean community is the largest ethnic group in the Christian Reformed Church. It is composed of 120 Korean-American and Korean-Canadian congregations including 1st, 1.5, and 2nd generation leaders serving in the US, Canada, and global regions.

Contact: Charles Kim or Catheryn Jo


Korean CRC website 

CRC documents in Korean

Our Journey (Korean translation) A brief explanation about what a denomination is, and a short introduction to the Christian Reformed Church.

Discover Your Bible A Korean translation website, Discover Your Bible (sometimes called Coffee Break) reflects 50 years of experience in developing meaningful and personal connections through Bible-centered study guide materials and leadership resources. On the website, you'll find a place to buy studies, find a group, and more. 

Resonate Global Mission A CRC agency that partners with churches in the United States and Canada to plant churches, do campus ministry, train and equip pastors, and develop future leaders. Additionally, it sends missionaries overseas to proclaim the Gospel and forge lasting partnerships.

Faith Alive materials (Korean translations)

The Banner (Korean translation) This monthly magazine published by the CRCNA shows how the Christian faith in its Reformed expression makes sense for today's world. It explores relevant issues from the perspective of the good news that in Christ, God is reconciling the world to himself.

Orientation for Korean Pastors

KIM (Korean Institute in Ministry) - A Korean-language nine-day seminar held in western Michigan each May for Korean pastors interested in learning more about and becoming ordained in the CRC. During this intensive event pastors learn about CRC history, Reformed teachings, church order, church policy and other things. See the 2015 event overview. Contact Charles Kim or Rev. Susan LaClear, Director of Candidacy, for more information.