Anglican Church of Korea

Anglican Church of Korea

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October 25, 2005

Seoul -- Peaceful reunification on the Korean peninsula - achieved diplomatically without the threat of a U.S. preemptive military strike - is a shared priority of the region's Anglican leaders and Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold, who conferred in Seoul October 23-26.

"It is my hope that...

October 24, 2005

Emphasizing the work of Anglicans locally and internationally in support of reunification of the Korean peninsula, Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold met October 25 in Seoul with South Korea's President Roh Myoo-hyun and issued a message of solidarity to the Anglican Church in Korea.

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December 31, 2003

A seven-member ecumenical delegation from the United States that included the Episcopal Church's peace and justice officer, the Rev. Brian Grieves, marked the end of a year-long initiative by the National Council of Churches and Church World Service, its relief and development agency, with the...

November 26, 2003

An ecumenical delegation, sponsored by the National Council of Churches (NCC) and Church World Service (CWS), visited North and South Korea in mid-November, returning to the United States and calling for a broadened response to the political and humanitarian crisis on the peninsula.

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April 16, 2003

Top executives of the National Council of Churches (NCC) and Church World Service (CWS) convened an urgent meeting April 11 with representatives of member churches to outline a common advocacy strategy on U.S.-Korea policy.

They began to lay plans for a consultation in Washington, D.C...

May 9, 2002

'We are eyeball to eyeball with the enemy every day,' said the young American soldier assigned to take groups into the Demilitarized Zone separating North and South Korea at Panmunjom. He said that a thousand tourists come through the zone on a good day, many of them veterans. The border--4 km...

September 25, 1998

North Koreans are facing yet another year of crop shortfalls, but church and government agencies continue to send a steady stream of aid to the beleaguered country.

Those were among the findings of a Church World Service food aid monitoring team, including Canon Patrick Mauney, director...

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