Rev. Aaron J. Chung
Aaron is the founding pastor of Exilic Presbyterian Church. He graduated from Westminster Seminary California with a Master of Divinity and is currently finishing his Doctorate of Ministry program at Westminster Theological Seminary. He has church planting experience in America and was also an overseas missionary in Asia. He has written on a variety of subjects from theology to sports for websites including Relevant Magazine and The Bleacher Report. He is married to Hanna who is the real church planter, and they have two daughters, Logan and Hayden.
Rev. Gene K. Joo
Gene is an assistant pastor at Exilic Presbyterian Church. He was born and raised right across the bridge in New Jersey and earned his BA in History at Columbia. He received a Master of Divinity at Westminster Theological Seminary. Gene has served in youth ministry for over five years and also loves working with college students and young professionals. He spent seven years in Los Angeles where he met his wife, Genie. They have three sons, Andy, Caleb, and Nathan.
Rev. Brian Cho
Brian is an assistant pastor at Exilic Presbyterian Church. Brian completed his Master of Divinity and Master of Theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. For nearly a decade, he has served youth ministries in Boston and northern New Jersey, also leading families and training adult leaders to love young people. Brian enjoys fishing and drinking good coffee, but his greatest passion is to see the gospel of grace reach both Christians and non-Christians. He is husband to his best friend, Jeanne, and they have a baby daughter, Evelyn.
Genie is the Director for Exilic Kids, the children's ministry. She also serves as the Ministry Coordinator for Exilic. Genie graduated from UC Irvine, has her Masters in Education, and is a veteran teacher with over 11 years of experience in teaching elementary schools across California and New Jersey. She was also a children's ministry director for three years in Los Angeles, CA.
Heidi is the Exilic College Ministry Director. Originally from Minnesota, Heidi moved to New York City in 2014 after graduating from Cornell University. She currently works as a consultant and attends Reformed Theological Seminary. In her spare time, Heidi enjoys playing sports, trying her hand at cooking, and exploring the different flavors of New York.