The Kenosha Korean congregation was organized in the 1970s and called the First United Methodist building home for many years. In 2008, they transitioned to Immanuel and it has been a wonderful benefit for all of us. Kenosha Korean strongly believes in prayer! Many of her members come together every morning, except Sunday, at 6:00am to pray. They are lovers of music! They have a choir and have hosted classical music concerts.
Each December, the Kenosha Public Museum holds a ‘Christmas Around the World’ event, including music, dance and food provided by Kenosha Korean. This is also an opportunity to raise money to help the homeless and poor people that use our Meals that Matter site. The third Monday of each month Korean members volunteer at Meals that Matter.
Spirit of Pentecost, blow open the doors of our shut up hearts, and set our tongues free to proclaim your praise. Bestow your gifts on all people, that our youth may have visions, our elders may dream dreams, and our sons and daughters may prophesy. Blow into our lives and renew us as a people of faith that we may find the strength and courage to be the people you call us to be. Amen.