A New Creed

We are not alone, we live in God’s world. We believe in God: who has created and is creating,

who has come in Jesus the Word made flesh, to reconcile and make new, who works in us and others by the Spirit.

We trust in God. We are called to be the Church: to celebrate God’s presence, to live with respect in Creation,

to love and serve others, to seek justice and resist evil, to proclaim Jesus, crucified and risen, our judge and our hope. In life, in death, in life beyond death, God is with us. We are not alone. Thanks be to God.

  

 

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Welcome

 

 

 

About John Lee

Curriculum Vitae

List of John's activities

John's faith and conviction on his commitments

 

John's vision for the Future Church

New Wine in a New Wineskin: Hopeful vision on the Future of The United Church of Canada

 

38th General Council, The United Church of Canada

A Statement for the 38th GC: Issues Facing the Church

An Auto-Biographical Vision Statement 

John Lee's speech: Video Script;  Full Transcript

 

President of the Toronto Conference

Autobiographical Vision Statement

Autobiographical Vision Statement for GC Executive

 

38th General Council, The United Church of Canada

Speech for Voting of Moderator

A Statement for the 38th GC: Issues Facing the Church

An Auto-Biographical Vision Statement 

 

Messages Index

President of the Toronto Conference

 You Are So Beautiful!

 Called to Be Peace Makers 

 New Year's message 2003

 UCCPEOPLE.COM

 An Invitation to Visit the Website

 Let's Build a Communication Web

 Called and Connected

 

Committee for Racial Justice, Toronto Conference

Report to Toronto Conference 2006 

Press Release Re: Hate Attacks

  

 

Sermon

 

 

 

Photo Album & Journals

Convocation of Emmanuel College, Victoria University   

 

The Second International Network Forum on Multicultural Ministry  

  

38th Genral Council, The United Church of Canada: Photos   

  Speech video clip: Hi Speed   Basic    

 

38th GC John's Speech on the floor:

  Video clip:  Hi Speed   Basic

 

Writings Index

Future Church

From Multicultural Ministry to Intercultural Ministry

New Wine in a New Wineskin:Hopeful vision on the Future of The United Church of Canada

 

Global Justice

Reflection on Global Dreams

Towards a Civilization of Poverty

Rebirth of Hope

Reflection on Listening to the Voice of the Victim

  Based on Dark Victory: The United States, Structural Adjustment and Global Poverty by Walden Bello et. al. 

Reflection on “koinonia” and the “Option For the Poor”

  Based on “The Global Money” in Global Dreams: Imperial Corporations and the New World Order. Authors: Richard J. Barnet and John Cavanagh, New York: Simon & Schuster, 1994.  pp. 361-418.

 

Doing Ministry

Understanding of Sin and Han  for  Doing Ministry in Multicultural Context

 

Christian Outreach

Reflection on INTERFAITH DIALOGUE

Reflection on Transforming Mission: Paradigm Shifts in the Theology of Mission by David J. Bosch,

Reflection on Christianity without Fetishes: An African  Critique and Recapture of Christianity by Eboussi Boulaga

Reflection on Asian reconstruction of the Christian mission by  Choan-Seng Song

Reflection on Encountering God by Diana Eck

Reflection on Re-thinking Missions, a Laymen’s Foreign Missions Inquiry by Hocking

Reflection on The Christian message in the non-Christian  world by Kraemer

Reflection on Christianity and the Non-Christian Religions by  Karl Rahner

Reflection on Vatican II documents: Decree on the Church’s Missionary Activity; Declaration on the Relationship of the Church to Non-Christian Religions

 

On Faith

Meaning of the Lord's Supper

The Lord's Supper and Christian Mission

A New Creed

Exegesis on The Song of Songs  8: 6-7

Implication of Historical Criticism: Jewish Scripture or Old Testament

 

Leadership Training

Notes on a Small Group Discussion:

  Small Group Discussion: Assumptions and Norms

For a Healthy Ministry in A Church with Diversity: One of the factors we need to include in diagnosing reality - Postmodern thinking

 

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a minister of The United Church of Canada

with volunteers who are committed in the works

of Peace and Justice in our global village 

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Acknowledgement:

Web planning team: Marion Current, Hannah Lee

Technical support & web designer: David Nam-Joong Kim

 Art design team: Raymond NamKi Jung, Johnny Jong Hyun Jeong

Updated October 3, 2006

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