Welcome to the KPCA English Presbytery.  Our presbytery began on October 7, 2010 with the purpose of guiding and growing the member churches, and promoting fellowship and cooperation among the members for the sake of spreading the Gospel.

Unlike most presbyteries that are grouped according to geographical boundaries, the English Presbytery consists of churches in North America and abroad where English is spoken as the primary language. However, our prayer is that the many contributions that we make would benefit all English-speaking ministries through the KPCA.  May Christ be glorified through us!

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As part of our desire to promote greater fellowship and cooperation among the English-speaking ministries, we have been offering an annual conference for both members and non-members alike. Some of the past themes have been:

“Longevity in Ministry”

“The Next Ten Years of English Ministry”

“Church REplant: A Road Map”

“Called Together”

Come, learn, share and join in on the dialogue for a healthy church.

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Coming Together

An epidemic called discouragement exists among pastors. This stems from many factors, one of the most common of which is loneliness. We all sense it, but too often it goes untreated. Pastors are notorious for isolating themselves in their churches and ministries. As a result, they are continually tempted to think they are the only ones who face the pressures and demands of the ministry. The antidote to much of this discouragement can be found in deliberate and purposeful fellowship with other pastors.  Fostering this kind of fellowship among the English-speaking members of KPCA is a big part of what we do.  We are excited for the opportunity God has given us in shepherding the souls of God’s people as one who will give an account.

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“Let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together … but encouraging one another – and all the more as you see the Day approaching.”

—  Hebrews 10:24-25 —