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Rev. Dr. Abe Cho

Abe currently serves as the Senior Director of training for Redeemer City to City in NYC and North America. He is also the associate pastor at Redeemer East Harlem. He previously served for 14 years as a pastor at Redeemer Presbyterian Church, the last six of which was as the Senior Pastor of Redeemer East Side. Before moving to NYC in 2007 he served as a college pastor at a PCA church in Boston and as a youth pastor at a Korean-American church in the greater Hartford area.

After graduating from the University of Connecticut, Abe went on to complete both an M.Div. and a Th.M. in missiology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He has also earned a Doctor of Ministry degree from Fuller Theological Seminary where his dissertation focused on forming disciples to pursue justice in local neighborhoods from a reformed, Kuyperian perspective. Abe has been ordained in the Presbyterian Church in America since 2007.

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Rev. Dr. Justin Adour

Justin, together with his wife Angela (co-founder of Redeemer East Harlem) began pastoring in NYC 15 years ago, and have been serving in pastoral ministry together for 19 years. While in NY, Justin has served as a youth pastor and staff pastor in the Bronx, a chaplain at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, a campus minister at NYU, an associate pastor at Redeemer East Side, and now serves as the lead pastor of Redeemer East Harlem (REH). 

He earned both a bachelor's and a master's degree in Intercultural Studies, with his master's focus in Urban Missiology. Additionally, he earned a second master's degree from Reformed Theological Seminary, NYC. He also holds a doctorate (D. Min.) from North Park Theological Seminary, where his writing and research focused on developing justice-oriented churches and church plants. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary, focusing his research on Reformed public theology and its contributions to theologically-rooted social action in urban centers.

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