Ministry Leader: Paul Chun
To exercise faithful financial stewardship with the utmost integrity in our community and church to bring glory to God and to do good to others.
Ministry Leader: Ken Matsubara
To assist with communicating the information from the pastors and the church to the congregation through graphics, which include: sermon cards, announcement slides, website, and social media.
Ministry Leader: Jessica Jeon
Ministry Leader: Jain Choe
Like John the Baptist, fulfill our calling to be the friend of the bridegroom, Jesus Christ and to find its joy in connecting the bridegroom, Jesus Christ, to his bride, the Church.
Ministry Leader: Russell Midomaru
In Matthew 24:14, Jesus says to His disciples, “And this gospel of the kingdom will be proclaimed throughout the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.” Jesus makes one point clear here: the end will not come unless His people have devoted themselves to fulfill the worldwide commission of proclaiming His good news to all people groups. Jesus does not say that all peoples need to be converted in order for the end to come, but He does say everyone must have the opportunity to hear and accept or reject the Gospel. The Family Chapel missions ministry operates out of the command, the sense or urgency, and the Gospel decree/confidence that come from this verse.
Ministry Leader: Timmy KanG
To share His joy with the city of Los Angeles through mid-term and long-term partnerships with different community organizations and to foster a culture of evangelism and living out our faith amongst our congregation.
Ministry LeaderS: Joshua Lim
Ministry Leader: Sunghan Cho
With Production, we aim to enhance and complement the worship, preaching, and pastoring ministries:
We aim to support worship by serving visual presentation to lyrics to allow congregational worship
We aim to support preaching through projection of verses to maintain focus on God’s word
We aim to support pastoring ministries through visual presentation of announcements and opportunities to bring unity to the congregation