Jacob Kim


Jacob was born in Toronto, Canada, raised in a hockey town, but ended up loving and playing America’s favorite pastime, baseball. Sadly, he tore his labrum, which ended his hopes of making it to the MLB. He moved to Philadelphia in 2002 to further his studies at Westminster Theological Seminary and believed that God would miraculously heal his arm to play baseball again while pastoring. The healing of his shoulder never happened, but gratefully his heart and mind was healed and he finished Westminster with a Masters in Divinity.

Jacob began his pastoral services at Antioch Church of Philadelphia in 2002. He continued to serve as a young adult pastor in 2006, and most recently re-planted and developed the English Ministry in 2009-2014 as lead pastor. Jacob has spent two years 2015-2016 serving in the Liberti Network and Liberti Fairmount Church as the family ministry pastor.

Jacob is married to Mira Jane and they have three lovely children: Ethan, Chace, and Arielle. He loves his family, extreme sports, cooking, Star Wars and engaging people with the gospel. 


Stacey Ko


Stacy Ji-Sun Ko was born in Seoul, South Korea and came to the U.S. at the age of six. She graduated from University of the Sciences with a degree in Doctor of Pharmacy and works full-time as a Pharmacist. She and her husband, Daeil Ko, have been married since 2005 and have been blessed with two precious boys: Harrison (6 years) and William (2 months). She enjoys singing, photography, teacup maltese, traveling, turquoise-blue ocean, macarons, strawberries and caramel macchiato. Being a part of a church plant with Liberti Montco has been an exciting voyage that God has placed in her heart and she is thankful to serve.


Kate Perez


Kate grew up in the Midwest and graduated from North Central College in northern Illinois with a B.A. in Urban Sociology. She moved to Philadelphia for a year long internship with Kingdomworks (later became Mission Year) and joined Spirit and Truth Fellowship in North Philadelphia. Kate worked in various capacities at Ayuda Community Center in the Hunting Park neighborhood for 13 years and currently works independently as a bookkeeper for nonprofits and small businesses.  She and her husband, Hector, along with their two children are also part of a new church plant, Grace and Peace Community Fellowship, also located in Hunting Park, North Philadelphia.