One Light Community AKMC

One Light Community AKMC
By One Light Community AKMC
About this podcast
2641 Barton Chapel Road Augusta, GA 30906
The Attic: Second Level of the gym (Family Life Center)
Youth/College/English Music Pastor: Howard Ki

Friday 7:30pm – College/Young Adult Ministry meets in the “Brick House” at the front of the Church property.
Sunday 9:30am – English Adult Service in the Sanctuary
Sunday 11:00am – One Light Community Service

One Light Community is the Student Ministry of Augusta Korean Methodist Church. This includes Middle School, High School, College and some twenty-something’s.

We exist to honor Jesus, serve others, connect, equip and multiply culturally diverse students for the glory of God.

We do this because we believe that The Church is not just a single demographic but rather a community that is centered around the salvation and lordship of Jesus Christ.

This is the idea behind the name of our community. Every color represents a student that is different and even though they might be different they have a place in our community.

We value multigenerational community. This is why we try to bring together so many student age groups. Our desire is to teach them in this microcosm, through life together, to value people from all stages of their lives.
We also do this by volunteering our energy to aid the adult congregations, serve on mission trips and help with children’s ministry.
We value developing leaders, therefore each of our older students, mainly College and above, recognize their roles as older brothers and sisters to the younger ones. We do this by using our College Students in leadership roles for our various yearly trips.
We value all cultures, therefore we are multicultural, having Koreans, Caucasians, Filipinos, Taiwanese, Latinos, Chinese, African-Americans, mixed, military, missionary kids and whoever else shows up on a given weekend!

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