Our Leadership Team

The Core leadership

The Core Leadership, as known as “Admin”, is a group of college students, young adults, and pastors who are devoted to fulfilling the vision of expanding God’s kingdom-presence on earth. We are responsible for planning, praying for, and carrying out all of the activities of UW in an effort to bring young Christians together to worship God. Our composition reflects our vision and purpose as we come from different churches, schools, and vocations to serve God together. We are always seeking to add to our number with other hard-working, self-sacrificial, committed servants of Christ who are seeking new ways to answer God’s calling and obey His commands to feed and take care of His sheep.

 
 
 

the Followers

The Followers is a worshipping community composed of many young adults who have decided to follow the path of Jesus Christ and aspire to train and nurture the worshippers in places that worship is ceasing. We provide the worship ministry that desires to see a generation not afraid to worship our God with boldness and courage in the United Worship community as an initiator of God’s movement toward the next generation!

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Our Pastoral Leadership

 
Pastor Abraham Ahn has been the Pastor of High School Ministry at Korean Central United Methodist Church (KCUMC) of Irving since January of 2006. After receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from the University of North Texas, he is in the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) area to pursue his M.Div. degree at Perkins School of Theology of Southern Methodist University. He is married to Chanju (2016), and they have one daughter name Jooha and expecting a second child in October. Prior to becoming the Pastor of high school at KCUMC in 2016, he served as a worship pastor for Crystal church of Dallas. And he is currently leading  The Followers  worship community with passionate young people in DFW area.

Pastor Abraham Ahn has been the Pastor of High School Ministry at Korean Central United Methodist Church (KCUMC) of Irving since January of 2006. After receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from the University of North Texas, he is in the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) area to pursue his M.Div. degree at Perkins School of Theology of Southern Methodist University. He is married to Chanju (2016), and they have one daughter name Jooha and expecting a second child in October. Prior to becoming the Pastor of high school at KCUMC in 2016, he served as a worship pastor for Crystal church of Dallas. And he is currently leading The Followers worship community with passionate young people in DFW area.

Pastor Will Choe is currently the Worship and College Pastor at Onelife Ministry. Prior to serving at Onelife, he served 5 years as the youth pastor at Crystal Church. Pastor Will believes worship plays a huge role in shaping our relationship with God and desires to see a growth in our understanding of it.

Pastor Will Choe is currently the Worship and College Pastor at Onelife Ministry. Prior to serving at Onelife, he served 5 years as the youth pastor at Crystal Church. Pastor Will believes worship plays a huge role in shaping our relationship with God and desires to see a growth in our understanding of it.

Pastor Maria Kim is one of the founder members in United Worship community. She earns the master degrees at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and is currently studying doctorate degree at the same school. She has a decade of youth ministry and children ministry especially in the next generation curriculum. She has currently been serving as children pastor at Korean Central United Methodist Church, and has married to her husband Woosung Lee for 4 years with precious daughter Grace.

Pastor Maria Kim is one of the founder members in United Worship community. She earns the master degrees at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and is currently studying doctorate degree at the same school. She has a decade of youth ministry and children ministry especially in the next generation curriculum. She has currently been serving as children pastor at Korean Central United Methodist Church, and has married to her husband Woosung Lee for 4 years with precious daughter Grace.

Rev. David Kim has served the next generation ministry for a couple of decades. He is a graduate from Dallas Theological Seminary, and now pursuing a doctorate degree at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is currently serving as EM pastor at Logos Bible Baptist Church, and his EM congregation plans to launch a new EM church, tentatively called “Rhema Community,” in a soon time. He has been married to beautiful wife Han A for over 5 years, and have three kids, Enoch, Ezra, and Elizabeth who will be born in July.

Rev. David Kim has served the next generation ministry for a couple of decades. He is a graduate from Dallas Theological Seminary, and now pursuing a doctorate degree at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is currently serving as EM pastor at Logos Bible Baptist Church, and his EM congregation plans to launch a new EM church, tentatively called “Rhema Community,” in a soon time. He has been married to beautiful wife Han A for over 5 years, and have three kids, Enoch, Ezra, and Elizabeth who will be born in July.

Dr. Ted Song grew up both in the U.S. and Korea, and he was an ROTC cadet during his undergraduate studies and served as an air defense artillery officer in the Republic of Korea army. While in graduate school, he worked at various engineering companies and organizations, including Samsung Electronics (Tangjeong, Korea), UNIDO-ICHET (Istanbul, Turkey), and NEC Laboratories America (Cupertino, CA); he also taught calculus and received the 2012 Texas Exes Teaching Award. Ted has been teaching electrical engineering courses at JBU since 2012 and is the recipient of the 2018 JBU Faculty Excellence Award. Ted and his wife, Michelle, live in Siloam Springs, Ark., and have two daughters, Leanne and Erin. They are members at Siloam Springs Bible Church, where Ted leads college ministry and serves as an elder. Ted recently received his M.T.S. degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and is currently pursuing the M.Div. degree.

Dr. Ted Song grew up both in the U.S. and Korea, and he was an ROTC cadet during his undergraduate studies and served as an air defense artillery officer in the Republic of Korea army. While in graduate school, he worked at various engineering companies and organizations, including Samsung Electronics (Tangjeong, Korea), UNIDO-ICHET (Istanbul, Turkey), and NEC Laboratories America (Cupertino, CA); he also taught calculus and received the 2012 Texas Exes Teaching Award. Ted has been teaching electrical engineering courses at JBU since 2012 and is the recipient of the 2018 JBU Faculty Excellence Award. Ted and his wife, Michelle, live in Siloam Springs, Ark., and have two daughters, Leanne and Erin. They are members at Siloam Springs Bible Church, where Ted leads college ministry and serves as an elder. Ted recently received his M.T.S. degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and is currently pursuing the M.Div. degree.