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Church Logo & Vision

What is our Vision & Core Values?

Vision is what we 'cherish'; Core values are our 'endeavors'. '
Vision
"To become a church that serves our neighbors and embraces the world."
Following Acts 1:8, we aim to serve our community--much like Jerusalem and all Judea--with the Gospel and love by receiving power from the Holy Spirit. Also, we are preparing for reunification with North Korea--our Samaria--and want to embrace all nations--the ends of the earth. "But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth." (Acts 1:8)
The Ministry Plan of 2021
"You yourselves are God's temple"
Don't you know that you yourselves are God's temple and that God's Spirit lives in you?  (1 Corinthians 3:16)
I. To build a spiritually strong church rather than just a building.
  1. To raise each individual as faithful members into a church.
    - We will repent of habitual sins and restore our relationship with God.
    - We will commit more than 30 minutes daily for prayer, bible reading and meditation.
    - We will simplify our lives and make our relationship with God our highest priority.
 
  2. To build up the faith and education of every household.
    - We will regularly engage in family worship service together with our children.
    - We will encourage our children to attend our Sunday and Midweek Bible Schools.
    - We will communicate with our members by phone or text at least twice a week and encourage one another.
 
  3. To live lives of faith at our workplaces.
    - We will work sincerely at work as if serving God.
    - We will serve our work colleagues like serving our church members.
    - We will take care of our fellow workers’ needs.
 
II. To build up NamSeoul Church to truly be NamSeoul Church.
  1. To invigorate all nurturing ministries.
   1) To make every effort to nurture through every worship service.
    - We will make every effort to participate in Sunday and other corporate worship services through on and off-line mediums.
    - We will make every effort to participate in Wednesday parish worship services and our small group ministries through on and off-line mediums.
    - We will serve and care for new members.
 
   2) To make every effort in educating the next generation.
    - We will connect Sunday school curriculum with the Midweek Bible School effectively.
    - We will strengthen its connection to the home.
 
   3) To activate our senior ministry.
    - We will encourage those who have difficulty in getting together and then we will raise up them to live devout lives.
    - We will develop and activate the areas in which our seniors can serve at home and abroad.
    - We will take more care of those who are vulnerable to COVID-19.
 
   4) To parishes of our members in their 30s and 40s in God’s abundant grace.
    - We will raise up and nurture our members in their 30s and 40s who are birthing and rearing young children.
    - We will help and raise up our members in their 30s and 40s to make their home and workplaces into places of faith like church.
    - We will serve them directly by proactively visiting their workplaces.
    - We will make every effort to help them to live devout lives and to nurture their children in faith.
 
   5) To make every effort to nurture through various worship services.
    - We will improve communication between departments and across generations through on and off-line mediums.
    - We will enrich our internal serving and caring while avoiding face to face gatherings.
 
  2. To make every effort in serving our many neighbors.
   1) To take care of our members in need.
    - We will continue to help our members and family members who fall ill and our neighbors in need.
    - We will serve them actively through the mutual aid system, scholarship, and the Bethesda medical assistance foundation of our church.
 
   2) To enable community services through various aid systems of our church.
    - We will open the goods and food sharing church bazaars suitable to the present COVID-19 situation.
    - We will expand community services through welfare and community service, domestic mission, and medical mission committees of our church.
    - We will serve the needs of various communities and dependent churches.
 
   3) To advance in helping and serving North Korea.
    - We will expand our understanding of North Korea and missions for it through the ‘Reunification and Missions Academy’ and
     ‘South-North Sharing movement’.
    - We will expand the bases for helping and serving North Koreans in need through developing mission work for them.
    - We will expand the bases for helping and serving North Koreans struggling due to COVID-19 and other disasters through developing aid work
      for them.
    - We will help North Korean defectors who can act as catalysts for reunification and serve their churches.
    - We will support ‘Yeomyung School’.
 
   4) To strengthen the bases for our mission work to other nations and prepare for the next leap.
    - We will look for those devoted to mission works for other nations and expand the base of them.
    - We will expand our heart for further mission work by supporting foreign missionaries.
    - We will reach out to foreigners in our country through strategic and missional plans.
    - We will expand our aid for the missionaries-on-the-field relating to COVD-19 in direct and indirect ways.
 
III. To prepare a church building for the next generation.
    - We will come to agreement over the architectural plan and space arrangement.
    - We will proceed with various public hearings and seek God’s abundant grace on these opinion converging processes.
    - We will proactively visit our kwonsa assembly, our church assembly, our 30s and 40s group, 20s group, and our church education committees
      to hear their opinions.
    - We will seek God’s wisdom for the architectural plan and space arrangement to optimize the education of the next generation.
    - We will make every effort to build our church education building filled with grateful thanksgiving.
    - We will seek God’s help us to locate devout members, who can carry out the work responsibly.
    - We will expand and reorganize our church construction preparation committee.
    - We will put the right members in the right positions for construction.
    - We will benchmark good referential churches.
 

 

NamSeoul Church Logo

SYMBOL

The symbol stands for the community stretching its branches to all nations of the East, West, South, and North and symbolizes the fruits of the Spirit by uniting under the Gospel of the Cross and following only the direction which Jesus Christ has commanded us to go.

Senior pastor
화종부 담임목사 사

진

 

- Greeting

In the name of our Lord God, we welcome and bless everyone who visits the website of NamSeoul Presbyterian Church.

Our church wishes to serve our neighbors and communities by renewing and saving peoples through God's words and worship.

We especially anticipate that the precious Cross of Jesus not only makes us born again and live new lives but leads those changed by the Cross to heal the sick and to renew our communities.

We'd like to become a church like that, so we ask for your prayers. Also, I wish you to be so blessed as to become such saints.

 

Senior Pastor Jongboo Hwa
jongboohwa1@namseoul.org
homepage

 

- Profile

Education
  • Dept. of Political Science and Diplomacy, Yonsei University, B.A.
  • Chongshin Theological Seminary, M. Div
  • The University of Edinburgh, Th.M
Ministry Careers
  • Minister, for Youth-Adult Group, Naesoo-dong church
  • Senior pastor, Oxford Korean Church
  • Senior pastor, Jejadle Presbyterian Church
Present
  • Senior pastor, NamSeoul Presbyterian Church
  • Board member, WEC
  • Board member, GBT
  • Board member, Peacemaker

 

▶ English Ministry pastor
홍대영목사                  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dae Hong

Pastor

Pastor Dae Hong was born in Mobile, AL but ultimately grew up in Ellicott City, MD. He studied Mechanical Engineering at Cornell University and worked at Motorola/Freescale Semiconductor for 7 years in Austin, TX. He then served in Vladivostok, Russia for one year before graduating from Torch Trinity Graduate University. He has served at Jubilee Church, Word of Life International Fellowship, and Yonsei University.
Dae particularly longs to see the Korean Church revived during this generation.

Service Information
Service Information
Classification Time Attendant / Information Place
Daytime Sunday Service 1st 7:40 AM

- Can worship at the child care room beside the main sanctuary.

- Hold Worship service with streaming VDO at the basement education room of the main sanctuary during the 3rd & 4th services.

- Provide simultaneous service for foreigners.

Main Sanctuary
2nd 9:20 AM
3rd 11:20 AM
4th 1:20 AM
English Worship Service 1:00 PM
Sunday
  Grace Hall
(Vision Center 2F)
Evening Worship Service 7:30 PM
Sunday
  Main Sanctuary
Wednesday Service 1st 11:00 AM   Main Sanctuary
2nd 7:30 PM
Dawn Prayer Meeting
Mon. - Fri.
1st 5:00 AM

- On Sat., hold 'One mind dawn prayer meeting at 5:30 AM (by senior pastor Hwa Jongboo).

- No dawn prayer meeting on Sun.

Main Sanctuary
2nd 6:15 AM
Friday Prayer Meeting 9:00 PM   Main Sanctuary
Senior Parish Meeting 10:30 AM
Thursday
Senior saints over 66 years old Main Sanctuary
Sunday School Infant 11:20 AM
Sunday
Under 2 years old Education building room H
Toddler 11:20 AM
Sunday
3 to 4 years old Infant group room
Preschool 11:20 AM
Sunday
5 to 6 years old Education building room B
Elementary school1 11:20 AM
Sunday
Elementary grade 1,2,3 Education building room A
Elementary school2 11:20 AM
Sunday
Elementary grade 4,5,6 Education building room K
Middle school 9:20 AM
Sunday
Middle school grade 1,2,3 Education building room A
High school 9:20 AM
Sunday
High school grade 1,2,3 Education building room K
Youth Youth1 3:00 PM
Sunday
Ages of college students Main sanctuary
Youth2 3:00 PM
Sunday
Unmarried young adults Education building room K
Youth3 3:10 PM
Sunday
Unmarried young adults over 36 years old Education building room G
Young & Middle aged parish Young & Middle aged 3:00 PM
Sunday
Married couple under 40 years old Education building room A
AWANA   5:00 PM
Saturday
  Education building A
Blessing   1:20 PM
Sunday
  Basement Education room

Location

Church Directions

Please use the map inside the left middle button to zoom, and can be reduced.

 

Bus

  • - Red bus
    9408, 6020 (Airport) getting off at the Shinbanpo station of Metro 9th line
  • - Blue bus
    148, 360, 362, 406, 462, 540, 640, 642, 643, 8541 getting off at the Shinbanpo station of Metro 9th line
  • - Green bus
    4212, 4318, 4425, 6411, Seocho 10, Seocho 14 getting off at the Shinbanpo station of Metro 9th line

지하철

  • 3호선 7호선
    Getting off at Express Bus Terminal station, exiting at 8-1, or move westward about 150 m through the corridors of the Gotomall, exiting at gate 2, moving westward on the sidewalk about 250 m (in between Daewoo Prugio & Woojung Ether apartments), turning right to the Gyeseong Elementary School, moving westward about 100 m, and then finding red colored building.
  • 9호선
    Getting off at the Shinbanpo station, exiting at #1, turning right, moving toward the post office, then finding the red colored building

자가용자가용

  • From Isu crossway
    Moving toward the Express bus terminal, turning left at the traffic light in front of the Daewoo Prugio apartment, turning right at the post office, parking at the underground lot beside the Dulwich college.
  • From Banpo bridge North
    Turning right under the overpass, passing in between Woojung Ether & Daewoo Prugio apartments, turning left at the Gyeseong elementary school, parking at the underground lot besides the Dulwich college.

Registration

 

  • Visit our church
  • Fill a registration card
  • Undergo a 5 week class for new church families
  • Welcoming party for new church
    families
  • Arranged into parish

 

Registration
Process Contents
Registration Stopping by the new family room, fill a registration card. A parking permit is provided if ask & suggest to attend the education before 9:20AM.
Education

5 week education and consisting of 5 classes as
- Sunday class: 9:30 ~10:45 AM, Sunday
- Youth 1 (19~26 yrs old): 3:00 PM, Sunday, Main sanctuary
- Youth 2 (26~35 yrs old): 3:00 PM, Education Building room A
- Customized class: Class time & place can be determined by discussion with a teacher.

Curriculum
- Divided into 5 chapters & study one chapter per week.
- Chapters
① Jesus calls you.
② Who is Jesus Christ?
③Do you confirm your salvation?
④ God wants your faith growing.
⑤ Your faith grows through church community.

One on one education in principle, missing class is postponed to next week. A new family member finishes the required education course after completing this 5 week education.

Welcoming party

Welcoming party for new church families are held at 16:30~18:45 on the 3rd week of month at the Grace Hall of the Vision center 2F. The new church families who complete the education until the 2nd week of month can attend the welcoming party. The order is as follows:

① Introduction of NamSeoul church and general things
② Conversation with the senior pastor (for an hour)
③ Conversation with the parish pastor (for half an hour during dining)

There is introduction & welcoming of new church families during the Sunday worship service on the 4th Sunday