The Words of the Yang Family
Important Blessing Memo
Chang Shik Yang
December 20, 2005
Family Federation for World Peace and Unification
North American Headquarters
Second Generation & Blessed Family Departments
4 W 43rd St. New York, NY 10036
TEL: (212) 997-0050, ext.123 FAX: (212) 768-0791 E-mail: BC2ndGen@familyfed.org
Dr. Chang Shik Yang, Continental Director - Rev. Michael Jenkins, USA President
Memorandum - Gyocha Blessing VI
Memo: BFD 2005-12-20a
TO: Regional Directors, Vice Regional Directors, State and Church Leaders, Blessed Central Families, Second Generation
FROM: Dr. Chang Shik Yang and Rev. Michael Jenkins
DATE: December 20, 2005
RE: Arrival, Transportation, Early Accommodation and Preparation Information for Participants in the Gyocha Matching & Blessing The attached international memo provides more detailed information for participants concerning arrivals, transportation, early arrival information, and things to prepare. The main points include:
Matching candidates must arrive in Korea no later than Sunday, December 25, 2005. II. TRANSPORTATION:
Transportation from Incheon Int'l Airport will be provided by Blessing staff.
A. Candidates should gather upon arrival on the 1st floor (arrivals) at Door 14, at the far left of the map included in the attached international memo [NOTE: Door 14 is on your right as you enter the arrival hall from immigration and customs, at the far end.]
B. Look for ushers wearing white jackets and sashes with the words "BLESSING" & "FFWPU."
All candidates will stay in Guri Central Training Center (near Seoul) from December 23-25, and will move to the main accommodations, which we expect to be at Chung Pyung Training Center, the evening of December 25. The Guri Training Center can be reached from the US by telephone by dialing direct: 011 (for overseas), followed by 82-31-553-4355.
IV. THINGS TO PREPARE:
A. FM Radio for translation
B. Brides: wedding dress; Grooms: black or dark blue suit, white shirt, red tie.
NOTE: International HQ will provide corsages, white gloves, bouquets and holy handkerchiefs. Blessing Rings can be purchased in Korea at costs between $15 and $150 (see attached).
BE SURE YOU HAVE SENT YOUR FLIGHT ITINERARY TO THE BFD OR SECOND GENERATION OFFICE (The same place you sent your application)
Dr. Chang Shik Yang
FFWPU of North America
Rev. Michael Jenkins
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