On Tuesday, September 30, 2014, Pyong Gap Min—Director of RCKC and Professor of Sociology at Queens College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York—was the featured speaker at the 2014 Frederick A. Shippey Sociology of Religion Lecture at the Theological School of Drew University. Many Korean graduate students attend Drew, which has a strong Methodist tradition and connection to South Korea, and many Korean Methodist pastors have completed their training and education at the highly-rated liberal arts school. Professor Min's talk was titled "Immigrants' Religious Organizations and Community Social Services: Korean Churches in the New York-New Jersey Area." He had the opportunity to speak to many students and faculty members before and after his presentation. Over 100 people attended the talk, and the response from both the spectators and Professor Min was very positive.