More than 80 people attended the Prayer Worship for Peace in the Korean Peninsula hosted by Milwaukee: Central UMC and The Korean Caucus of the Wisconsin Conference this past Sunday, which coincided with World Communion Day. The sermon “Christ, Our Peace” was delivered by Rev. Dr. Sun-Joong Kim, Shared Covenant UM Ministries. Liturgists included Elizabeth Brinnehl, Chair of Wisconsin Board of Church and Society, and Prof. Dr. Nan Kim, UW Milwaukee. Communion bread and juice was prepared, in Christian kinship, by both the people of Central UMC in Milwaukee and So Beautiful Korean UMC in Greenfield. A Korean dinner was served by Korean United Methodist Churches (Kenosha, Greenfield and Madison). UW Milwaukee Professor Dr. Nan Kim, an internationally recognized scholar on Korea and a steering-committee member of the Alliance of Scholars Concerned about Korea, was available to answer the participants' questions. The event was planned by Pastors Rob Odum and Peace Kim. According to Rev. Dr. Thomas Garnhart, the event featured a life-affirming spirit, multi-ethnic participation, and great fellowship and Korean food. View Bishop Hee-Soo Jung’s video message for the event. View photos taken by Rev. Garnhart.