Sharing ministry between the immigrants and the short term vocational trainees

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Korean 
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2008 
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The Lord Glory Methodist Church has two different groups. The one is immigrant group, the other one is short term vocational trainee group. Both of those can not be one. The Mission of the immigrant and career training program at Lord Glory Methodist Church in Norwich Connecticut, is so that two groups can be one and learn from each other. Korean students spending time in the States two to three years cannot adapt in immigrant church even in the States and then the trainees stay nine to eighteen months employed at local casinos. Due to the employment opportunity of local casinos, the twenty to fifty Korean trainees are hired at the restaurant to learn career skills to take back to Korea better their life. The nine to eighteen month is not enough time to properly train more time need it. Many trainees leave their family for a year it is the church obligation to take care of them housing, transportation, medical, employment has been left on the church and congregation in biblical boundary. The New immigrants/second generation entering this program are taught modern Korean culture by the trainees who are volunteer in church. And Lord Glory Methodist Church has to be the Korean Community Center for trainees as well as immigrants.  
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