A group of Koreans, living in Japan under government policies during World War II formed a church soon after the war ended. The church protects prayer and activities and aims to help each other at an industrial zone in city Kawasaki.
On the occasion of 60th anniversary meeting of missionary work of the Korean Christian Church in Japan (KCCP), we reviewed the vision and set it as “Following Christ, to this world.” Under this vision, we Kawasaki KCCP started up a social welfare project and established a social welfare corporation, “Seikyu-Sha;” named after the Korean Peninsula.
Our activities received strong sympathy and support from local people, whose hearts suffered prejudice and discrimination.
Sometime, our town SAKURAMOTO has become the place where we can see varieties of practices for “everybody lives with might and main” regardless of races, disabilities, and age.
Now, social demands are getting more diverse, and we Kawasaki KCCP and social welfare corporation “Seikyu-Sha” are taking each other by the hands to challenge others to build up a new foundation for making further steps with local people.
Our starting point
That is; to be always beside people walking towards a better future, to support and protect their hope.
The lively actions and voices of people with disabilities and the elderly at “Minna Home,” will bear new fruit where people with invisible/ indescribable difficulties can feel safe.
“Minna Home” is a linkable place where hearts of people gather.
Where people link together and form circles, society can change.
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