ST Andrews Presbyterian Church embraced Naracoorte's multiculturalism by combining its Korean language service with the English on the weekend.
Since April Reverend Andrew Jung has been coming down from Adelaide to preside over services to the Korean congregation of the Presbyterian Church, while Reverend Stefan Slucki has overseen services in English.
For the first time on the weekend the two joined forces with Rev Slucki's English translated to Korean by Rev Jung - whose son lives in Naracoorte and works at Teys Brothers.
"Most of their (the Korean congregation's) English is poor," Rev Slucki said. "But we wanted to bring the services together."
And it was well received with around 60 people at the service - including 12 Korean people.
"It went really well," Rev Slucki said.
"The translation went quite well, he (Rev Jung) prepared well - we did it sentence by sentence."
It is likely more of these services will happen in the future as the practice is reviewed.
After the service the congregation had a mixed barbecue, with some Korean and Australian food - which was also well received.
He said the combining of the services has happened before elsewhere, such as in Perth, but Rev Slucki was unsure whether it had previously been done in a regional area.
Songs had Korean lyrics displayed via overhead projector, with the tunes kept the same.
Translations of bible readings also appeared on the projector.
Approximately 50 per cent of Korea is Christian, with 60 per cent of those Christians some form of Presbyterian.
The religion was introduced to the country in the mid-1900s by missionaries from Scotland and Australia.
There is a small Korean population, around 40, in Naracoorte with 10-15 on average regularly attending church services.