Lead Pastor, Deacons Board, Ministry Leaders

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Samuel Ha


Pastor Samuel was born in Brazil but moved to Korea when he was young. He then came back to Brazil and later went to the States. He received his BA in Worship and Music
from Liberty University and his Masters of Divinity from Westminster Theological Seminary, PA.
Before coming to Deagu, he served as a youth, college, and adult pastor in different parts of the States.
He enjoys movies, sports (soccer and basketball), and coffee.

Robert Wipf


Sukmo Kim



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Deacon Board

VICE CHIEF DEACON: SJ Chung(Admin, Worship Ministry)

Treasurer: D. James Kim(Finances)
Deacons: James Jeong
Men's Ministry: A. Pastor Robert Wipf
Welcome Ministry: Tim Butler.

Barbara Blair


Barbara  Blair is the head of the Dongshin Worship Ministry, and has a passion for spirit lead worship.
The Worship Team focuses on leading praise and worship that glorifies God, draws our eyes to His throne and
prepares our hearts to become true worshippers, in spirit and in truth.

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TBD: Waiting for a new leader


Our welcome team exists to care for the people in our church.
We believe we can love and care for each other because Christ loved us first. It is our desire to reach out with love to each and every person who walks through our doors.
We are available to help you connect with others in the church
through various opportunities and social activities.

Stephanie Seaman


Stephanie Seaman runs our audio/visual ministry.
She's in charge of PowerPoint material,
and making sure attendees can worship free from distraction.
Her mission is to help our ministries create an inspiring and
attractive worship service where people can spend time
focusing on God. Stephanie is a teacher and has been living in Daegu for several years.

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Pastor Samuel Ha


Pastor Samuel Ha oversees a team of small group leaders (see our Community page) committed to knowing God's truth more deeply and helping others know it, too, in a welcoming and non-judgemental environment. These leaders facilitate group conversations about the Bible, considering how and why it is important to everyone. The groups are more than discussion meetings, however, as group members pray and socialize together, seeking to build meaningful friendships.

The small groups ranges from 5-20 people from all over the world and at different stages of life, and are open to both Christians and those interested in Christianity.
Our community groups meet throughout the week in various locations and times.