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Meet our staff

Paul Oh

Lead Pastor

Paul grew up attending the Catholic church, but only heard the good news of Jesus in first year university when a friend invited him to attend New Life (English ministry of Saesoon Church).

The comforting and convicting gospel message of grace changed everything. Since then, Paul has served 4 years as a pastor in high school ministry, and then 6 years at New Life - the same congregation he became a believer, before following his convictions to plant Kingsway. 

Paul is happily married to Yunny, and loves being a father to his son Reuben and daughter Zoe.

Paul likes reading about gadgets and Apple products, watching movies, and drinks his coffees with soy milk and sugar (no judging!).

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Daniel Kang

Associate Pastor

Even though Daniel grew up in a Christian home and attended church regularly, he remained doubtful about Christianity all throughout his youth.

It wasn’t until university when he decided to take the claims of Jesus seriously and has been following Him ever since. Daniel is convinced that new churches reach new people, and it is his passion to see God use Kingsway to grow Christians in the faith, but also to see this new church reach new people who have never heard of the life-changing news of Jesus.

Sarah Choi

Kids Director

A Melbournian who now calls Sydney home, Sarah is married to Jay and is a proud mum to Leiah and Leon.


As one of the earliest members to join Kingsway, it was not long until Sarah was invited to join the team as a Kids Director to lead our ever-growing Kids ministry.


Sarah's passion lies in equipping God's people to nurture the upcoming generation in their faith journey, and to impart the invaluable legacy we possess: the Gospel of our Lord Jesus.

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Thomas Kim,
Sung-soo Hong,
Mark Bae

Interim Council

The interim Council is responsible for the governance of Kingsway Evangelical Church until an Elder board is appointed in the near future.

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