|Attendees at the PROK pre-assembly in September: representatives from Indonesia, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, Australia, USA, Hungary, Germany, USA, and Canada, as well as Korea|
In Korea, the PROK is an active member of the National Council of Churches in Korea (NCCK) and other groups working together for social transformation and human rights, and globally (like the United Church of Canada), a member of the World Communion of Reformed Churches, the World Council of Churches, and many other ecumenical bodies. The PROK receives mission co-workers from all over the world, and itself has many mission co-workers in other countries (at last count, 75 in 23 different countries.)
In the General Assembly Office right now we have mission co-workers from the Philippines, Japan, and Canada, working alongside the regular Korean staff. Here are some of my colleagues in the Partnership and Ecumenical Relations Department, hard at work!