Rev. Hosuk Chung
Hosuk Chung is an energetic and dynamic leader and a strong supporter of local and global mission. He was raised in Korea and came to the United States to study. After completing seminary at Drew University, he remained here as part of the Greater New Jersey Conference. He has served Pemberton UMC, Neshanic UMC, 1st Mt Zion UMC, and Siloam Korean UMC. He also serves on Board of Trustees and Commission on Communications. He received M.Div from Drew University and studies PhD on Homiletics at University of Toronto. He is married to Sora and they have two boys, Caleb and Nathan.
Rev. Emmanuel Agyemfra
English Ministry and Youth Pastor
Emmanuel is glad to join the leadership of Monmouth Grace UMC with his rich cross- cultural experiences. His ministry journey begun from Ghana and has served as missionary pastor in South Korea with various churches. He has a strong sense of call for multicultural communities that want to be missional. Before moving to Princeton Theological Seminary, Emmanuel completed his Master of Theology (ThM) degree at the Global Institute of Theology, Yonsei University and published the book, “Is My Church Missional: The Relevance and Practice of the Missional Church”.
Pastor Sun Kim
Sun Kim is pastor for next generation ministry. She has served the Han-Gil Presbyterian Church in South Korea for several years as administrative pastor and instructor for the Han-Gil Theological seminary. Sun is actively involved in Mission Projects in Ghana, Philippines, India, Pakistan and now Cameroon. She is a PhD candidate at Yonsei University, and has completed a Doctoral Research program at the Princeton Theological Seminary. She is currently a Research Fellow at City Seminary in New York. Sun has a calling to be an educational missionary through training students, teachers, missionaries and pastors.