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Konko Churches of North America (KCNA)

The Konko Churches of North America (KCNA) is an association of Konko Churches in the continental United States and Canada.
First established in 1938 as the Konko-Kyo Federation in America, it developed into the Konko Churches of America (KCA) in 1954, and became the Konko Churches of North America (KCNA) in 1961. The KCNA is a supportive organization for its believers and churches, and currently consists of fourteen churches and one propagation hall.
The KCNA Administrative Office, together with the Ministry Board of Review and the House of Delegates, share the responsibility of directing the efforts of the Konkokyo Organization in North America.

KCNA Office

Postal address:PO BOX 732176, PUYALLUP, WASHINGTON 98373 U.S.A

Konko Missions in Hawaii (KMH)

The Konko Missions in Hawaii (KMH) originated from the Konko Churches of America, and was recognized by the state of Hawai'i in 1971. The KMH presently consists of six churches: Honolulu, Hilo, Waipahu, Wahiawa, Hanapepe and Wailuku.

Konkokyo Hawaii Center

Telephone:(808) 536-9078
FAX:(808) 536-9078
Postal address:1728 Liliha Street Honolulu, HI 96817, USA
Electronic mail:

Konko Churches of South America

Konko Churches of South America is an association of Konko Churches in south America.
There are nine churches in Brazil. In addition, two propagation halls are located in Brazil and Paraguay.

Konkokyo South America Center

Telephone:(55) 18-3642-1636
FAX:(55) 18-3642-1636

Konkokyo Seoul Activity Center (Korea)

Konkokyo of Korea

A few native Koreans became believers in the Konko Faith in the 1990s. These new believers have been developing their faith by making occasional visits to the Konkokyo Headquarters in Japan, and by holding gatherings with ministers from Japan. The strong desire to help people has allowed them to obtain a new facility, and they have officially established "Konkokyo of Korea" in Seoul, South Korea.
Konkokyo is making propagation efforts in cooperation with the Konkokyo Seoul Activity Center.

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