Korean Church Plant Reaches Out
Myunghoon Han has been working to plant a new Korean United Methodist Church in Madison since July, and so far, has seen great success. Growing worship and bible study attendance, two regular ministries for students and families, and a recent fundraiser that earned $370 for Imagine No Malaria show that this church is off to a strong start.
The church held its first missional event during UW-Madison’s final exam period to raise money for Imagine No Malaria. For three days, church members made and sold Kimbab, a style of Korean sushi, to feed students with Korean food and also educate them about Imagine No Malaria – and in the end, raised $370 for this life-saving initiative. “I am so happy to send this check to you,” Han said.