Korean Church of Memphis
Cumberland Presbyterian Church
You are welcome and wanted here
Dr. Ho-Jin Lee and the KCOM family welcome you to our family-centered worship services.
A little church with a big heart.
The Korean Church of Memphis offers a place to connect
Are you looking for a new church? Trying to find a new place to connect spiritually can be hard for anyone, especially when one is seeking desirable cultural and language elements. The KCOM faith family has a lot to offer for a little church.
We Are Here to Answer Your Questions
We know that there are some great Korean Churches in Memphis. Choosing the right one depends a lot on what you need and want in a congregation. If you want to know more about The Korean Church of Memphis, feel free to contact us directly. Our Lead Pastor, Dr. Ho-Jin Lee, will speak with you in either English or Korean.
WHAT SERVICES do We Have?
On Sunday there is a traditional Cumberland Presbyterian service at 10:30 a.m. We offer Christian Education at 9:45. On Friday nights, while the students are at AWANA, parents get together for Bible Study and prayer. Both of these services are in Korean.
During our Worship Service, our 5-ALIVE program allows students from Kindergarten (age 5) to Grade 5 to have a special program with Bible study, games, and crafts. CONNECT is a special program for students in 6th grade and up. Student ministries are taught in English. Hangeul school is after church, September through May.
Sunday Morning Christian Education: 9:45 a.m. - Small Group Study of God's Word
Sunday Morning Service: 10:30 a.m.- Main Service in Korean with English Groups for kids
Sunday Afternoon: 1:00 p.m. Korean School and ESL classes
Sunday Afternoon: 2:30 p.m. Ladies Sew-Cial (in English)
We offer a room with a playpen and changing table for parents of young children.
HOW DOES THE CHURCH FEEL?
Our congregation is small, just about 20 to 30 people so our focus is on Faith as a Family. We get together, worship the Lord, and have a delicious Sunday dinner, usually homemade Korean food. Our goal is for every person to feel like they are part of our family, whether you are new to the faith, new to the city of Memphis, or returning after a while.
Do I have to Speak Korean To Attend?
We understand that for many families, the children speak English better than Korean since they go to school in English. That is why we offer our 5-ALIVE and CONNECT programs in English so that families can feel comfortable together. The main service is in Korean, a translation of the sermon into English is available upon request.
DOES THE CHURCH HELP THE COMMUNITY?
We believe that it is important for every church to be actively involved in the community. Every year we offer a summer camp for students ages 5 to 15 which usually has about 40 to 50 participants. Our outreach ministry partnered with the New Bellevue Church to provide hundreds of free face masks through the worst part of COVID-19. There are language programs to help new Americans learn to speak English and sewing programs to help people gain a marketable skill while having fun!
YOU ARE WANTED AND NEEDED HERE.
We would love for you to join us and we know it can be a hard choice. If you are thinking about making the Korean Church of Memphis your new church family, please connect with us below.