Candle-light vigil for peace in Korea 

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128021

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Keywords

Korea, Koreas, South Korea, North Korea, Seoul, reunification, nuclear weapons, denuclearization, peace, prayer, candles, candlelight, vigil, demonstration, public, faith, religion, Christianity, woman, lights, candle, people, ecumenical

Date

09 December 17 @ 11:45

Credit

Paul Jeffrey

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Ming-Min Lin Cheng from the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan participates in a candlelight vigil for peace in the Korean Peninsula on December 9, 2017, in Gwanghwamun Square in Seoul, South Korea. The ecumenical Advent vigil was part of "A Light of Peace" campaign sponsored by the World Council of Churches and the National Council of Churches of Korea.
Lin Cheng was in Seoul to participated in a WCC Consultation on Ecumenical Diakonia.
The candlelight vigils were held in Seoul December 3-9, after which churches throughout the country planned to continue the vigils in small towns and villages.

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