NAPAD is Pro-Reconciling and Anti-Racist ministry


August 3-8, 2015 (Indianapolis, IN) Seminarians from California, Indiana, Texas, Tennessee and Washington gathered at Christian Theological Seminary for a Korean Disciples History and Polity course. This class was led by Rev. Dr. Timothy Lee, Associate Professor of Christian History and director of Asian (Korean) studies at Brite Divinity School (Fort Worth, TX).  Former executive pastor of NAPAD, the Rev. Dr. Geunhee Yu, taught a class on the Sacraments of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). As part of their week long course, the students spent time engaged in worship, lecture, field trips and fellowship. On Tuesday, they went to Cane Ridge, Kentucky to learn more about the early beginnings of the Stone-Campbell movement while touring the historic Cane Ridge meeting house. On Thursday, the class toured and visited the Disciples Center. There, they had the opportunity to learn more about the various general ministries that partner together with NAPAD. They met representatives from Christian Church Foundation, Church Extension, Hope Partnership, Council on Christian Unity, Global Ministries and Disciples Home Missions. We are thankful for the rich experience shared during this time. We are also appreciative of those who have contributed to making this event a success. We would like to thank the Oreon Scott Foundation for providing a grant; Christian Theological Seminary for the use of facilities; Bethel Christian Church for their hospitality; Rev. Dr. Timothy Lee and Rev. Dr. Geunhee Yu for teaching and facilitating the course; and lastly the ministry staff of NAPAD. 


September 12 NAPAD Regional Celebration 

At the Northern California-Nevada Region 

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September 13 Kagiwada Sunday

September 14- 18 NAPAD Ministry Week 





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