Knox PCEA is a congregation formed in 1987, and is part of the oldest Presbyterian denomination in Australia that began in 1846 (PCEA). The Presbyterian Church of Eastern Australia stands for the full-orbed expression of the biblical and Reformed faith and office-bearers cordially adhere to the Westminster Confession of Faith.
Our elders form a session to oversee and shepherd the congregation with the loving heart of Jesus Christ.
Our congregation is a small but devoted community that loves to worship God sincerely, serve others humbly, and grow in faith joyfully.
John was ordained as an elder at Knox PCEA in 2021 and serves as Pastoral Assistant to share pastoral responsibilities for the congregation. John is a Korean-born New Zealand citizen, and earned his Master of Arts in Historical Theology from Westminster Seminary California and a doctorate from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. John served as an administrative staff at Reformed Theological College for four years and is currently an Adjunct Lecturer in Theology at Presbyterian Theological College. John also contributes to Modern Reformation as a regular writer. Happily married to Daisy, John enjoys reading, writing, and exercising, all for the furthering of faith, hope, and love.
Rev. Ian Hall is currently pastoring Carrum Downs Presbyterian Church of Eastern Australia and serving as the Interim Moderator of the Knox congregation.
Mr Terry Buck is an elder at Narre Warren Presbyterian Church of Eastern Australia and serving the Knox congregation as an interim elder.