Pursuing peace and reunification for the Korean peninsula is a high priority for the Anglican Church of Korea, and staff of The Episcopal Church, who participated in discussions in Seoul on May 23 on ways to strengthen ACK’s mission in the region. The primate, the Most Rev. Francis K. Park, center, and Kirsten Laursen Muth, third from right, reached agreement on Episcopal Relief and Development funding of a nutrition program for children and mothers in North Korea. From left, participants were Key Thomas Jun, adjunct professor at Sungkonghoe (Anglican) University; Canon Margaret Larom, the Episcopal Church's program officer for international justice and peacemaking; Seoul’s newly consecrated Bishop Coadjutor Paul Keun Sang Kim; Park; Kirsten Laursen Muth, ERD’s senior program director for Asia and New Initiatives; Peter Ng, the Episcopal Church’s program officer for Asia and the Pacific; and the Rev. Joachim H. Kim, coordinator of the TOPIK (Towards Peace in Korea) office of the ACK.