Teaching Congregations transitioned to Christian Public Leader at the end of the 2013 – 2014 academic year. In 2014 - 2015, Teaching Congregations will be offered only to students completing their graduation requirements as per the distributive curriculum. This will remain a non-credit degree requirement. Students and supervisors should be in touch with Contextual Learning at contextuallearning@luthersem.edu.

CHRISTIAN PUBLIC LEADER SITE LIST

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The Site List below is for the Teaching Congregations program. In 2014 - 2015, Teaching Congregations will be offered only to students completing their graduation requirements as per the distributive curriculum. This will remain a non-credit degree requirement. Students and supervisors should be in touch with Contextual Learning at contextuallearning@luthersem.edu prior to contacting sites on this list.

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[SITE FULL] Korean Presbyterian Church of MN

Address:5840 Humboldt Ave. N.
City:Brooklyn Center
State:MN
Zip:55430
Phone:763-560-6699
Fax:763-560-2222
Web:www.kpcm.org
Email:kpcm@kpcm.org
Demonination:PCUSA
Baptized Membership:500
Confirmed Membership:500
Average Sunday Attendance:550
Paid Staff:3 pastors, 2 education directors, 1 office staff, 1 music director.
Access to Public Transit:n/a
Congregation Description:Our church has Korean and English ministries that seek to serve the Korean-Americans and also non Korean-Americans who are seeking for a church where they can grow in faith. We have worships on Sundays and Bible studies and weekday worships that are available to all. KPCM also has mission projects that involve church planting and community service.
Congregation Keywords:We are a congregation of mostly Korean-Americans who live in the surrounding suburbs of the Twin Cities.

Mentor Pastor: Mark Lee

Email:marklee1102@gmail.com
Phone:763-560-6699
Years in Ordained Ministry:13
Years in Current Position:2
Previous Students Supervised:1
Autobiography:I enjoy reading and sports. I am currently serving as the pastor of the English Ministry Congregation at KPCM. I am married and my wife and I have three children. I received my M. Div. from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia.