There, he helped establish a multicultural congregation, using the concept of "one body, two languages." This was the same model he used at the Sherbrooke congregation, and had hoped for at Vision Mennonite in London. His desire was that the immigrant Koreans, by working and worshipping with Mennonites, would grow deep roots for future generations of Anabaptist Koreans.Deeply dedicated to Anabaptist ideals, [Hun Lee] has also worked ecumenically with other Korean Christian groups wherever he finds them. The Korean pastors of many denominations meet monthly in London for friendship and fellowship. Like many in Canadian culture, Koreans think first of "horse and buggy Mennonites" when they consider Mennonites at all. Lee's presence in London has reshaped this idea.