Tuesdays weekly at 7 P.M. at the Olympic Presbyterian Church Thursdays weekly at 7 P.M. at the Lord's Light Community Church Special Worship: Last Tuesday of every month at 7 P.M. at the Glory Church of Jesus Christ - Milal
Mission in S.C / Palm Mission Church (for those with mental illnesses)/ and Na Noom Mission Church
(for teens, those with drug addictions and rehabilitation).
A free Saturday school from 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. for individuals with developmental disabilities. The
classes provide appropriate programs for education and recreation to help them become members in
their communities by helping them develop their intellectual and social abilities in a Christian
atmosphere. The classes are located in: Orange County, Los Angeles, East Los Angeles, Irvine and Torrance.
Goals of Class AGAPE:
1. Provide opportunities for spiritual growth.
2. Teach individuals to be independent.
3. Help understand the society and develop a social life.
4. Help build up a valuable life.
Weekly Educational Activities:
1. Praise & Worship
2. Independent Living Skills
3. Learning Stations
4. Art & Crafts
5. Music Class
7. Cooking Class
8. Adapted Physical Education
9. Adaptation to Society (Field trips)
Trying to always keep our parents, sponsors and volunteers updated, there is a monthly newsletter with
announcements, birthdates, newcomers and sponsors' names along with one main story for the month.?
(If you would like to receive this newsletter, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your
# of Teachers
# of Volunteers
0959 Knott Ave. Buena Park, CA 90620
Choong Hyun Mission Church
4565 W. Colorado Bl. Los Angeles, CA 90039
East Los Angeles
Good Steward Church
2701 Woodgate Dr. West Covina, CA 91792
Bethel Korean Church
18700 Harvard Ave. Irvine, CA 92612
Torrance First Presbyterian Church
1880 Crenshaw Torrance, CA 90501
Each Class AGAPE has a facebook account and here are the links :
The Milal Mission has a scholarship program called "Milal Scholarship" for supporting the students
with disabilities who are in the difficult economic situation. The Committee of Milal Scholarship was
established on October 15th 2001. On January 4, 2002, the first award ceremony was held to present 15
people with scholarships that totaled $54,000. In October of 2003, more people were awarded with
scholarships with the focus on their contribution to the community. In 2010 and 2011, we had provided a
total of $171,600 and $139,200 each. In 2012, Milal Mission offer $168,400 to the 96 students, which
reside in the United States, South Korea and some other countries. The total accumulated amounts of
scholarship from 2001 to 2017 is $2,097,000. The scholarship is funded by the proceeds from Milal
Night. Your donation is also much appreciated.
Every year around September or October, Milal Mission holds an annual event called "Milal Night". The event showcases talented performers and inspirational speakers who have not just overcome but learned to embrace the challenges of living with disabilities. All of the fund raised, 100%, is handed out as a scholarship each year. Up to date, we have raised and handed out over 2 million dollars. Over 5,000 people in Southern California attend the event every year.
Sign language classes are provided to serve those with hearing impairments. Several local churches are
operating this program under the supervision of our professional teachers.
A monthly magazine is published through the collaborative efforts of branches of The America Milal
Mission in the Western Region of the United. 20,000 copies of the magazine is published and
distributed every month to churches, members, interested individuals, and sponsors.
Sign Language Praise Team
Milal Sign Language Praise Team boasts a membership over 50 dedicated individuals. All praise team
members have completed Elementary Sign Language classes. The team develops new sign language
songs and performs at various churches and Milal events throughout the year.
Sign Language Dance Team
The Sign Language Dance Team is comprised of young volunteers in high school and college. The team
incorporates sign language with choreographed dance routines helping to spread Milal's message to the
Three or four times per month, Milal Mission visits local churches to share their testimony, perform
praise songs in Sign Language, and inform the congregation of the programs that are available
through the Milal Mission in Southern California.
On the first Saturdays of May and December, the America Milal Mission in Southern California
collaborates with 32 local churches to create a day of fun and enjoyment for individuals with
disabilities. Hundreds of volunteers work together to organize a carnival in May, complete with rides
and various booths. The December Festival is a semi-formal banquet and dance party attended by
over 1000 individuals.
Late June or early July of every year, the Milal Mission branches located in Vancouver, Seattle,
Northern California, and Southern California come together for Camp AGAPE. Camp AGAPE gives
individuals with disabilities a chance to make wonderful memories throughout 2 nights and 3 days
with their 1:1 aides.