The Korea Anabaptist Center works with individuals, groups and churches to actively participate in the mission of God by cultivating biblical discipleship, peace, and Christian community. The Center works at developing and providing resources, education, training and relationships in the Anabaptist/Mennonite faith tradition. Programs include Peacebuilders (teaching English with peace education content); Connexus Language Institute; and peace education for schools, churches and the Korea Anabaptist Press. KAC has been active in cooperating for an international Korea Anabaptist Network.
The vision for the ministry of the Korea Anabaptist Center was first suggested by the leaders of the Jesus Village Church and of Abba Shalom Koinonia community in Kangwon province, South Korea. Interest in this vision has grown and is shared by many, including graduates of the former Mennonite Vocational School, an MCC project following the Korean War. Since 1996, Mennonite Mission Network, Mennonite Church Canada Witness, and MCC have cooperated in sending workers to serve with the Center and with Jesus Village Church. The Center marked its official beginning in November 2001, and is continuing to build its ministry and relationships in partnership with brothers and sisters from Korea and North America. In late 2011, Korea Anabaptist Center and Connexus left their location in central Seoul and moved to nearby cities, KAC to Chuncheon and Connexus to Deokso.