Our Staff

Reverend Dr. Simon Li 
Reverend Dr. Simon Li was born and grew up in Hong Kong. He came to the United States at the age of 17 and accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior in the following year. He was trained as a concert pianist but in 1999 after a short term mission trip to South Africa he accepted the calling to spent his life serving God. Rev. Li graduated from the Robert E. Webber Institute with a Doctor of Ministry degree in worship studies, and have been serving in pastoral ministry since 2001. Rev. Li began to serve in Boon Church of OCM in 2017 and in 2019 he was assigned the role as Lead Pastor to lead the entire church’s ministry. Rev. Li, with his wife Iris, his son Johann and two daughters Miriam and Liberty, serve the Lord together with gladness in His church.
Minister Miranda Liang 
Minister Miranda was born in Guangzhou, China. She majored in accounting in college and worked in New York for many years after graduation. After being called by God, she studied at an overseas seminary and obtained a master's degree in Taoism. Since 2009, she started full-time serving God, and since 2018, she has been serving as the full-time pastor of Boon Church of China Overseas Missionary Association, responsible for Sunday sermon, Sunday school, fellowship counselor, Bible study class, evangelism and other regular work.
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Minister Kit Lam
Minister Kit Lam and his wife Elise serve at Westchester Garden Church, a new church plant, in Scarsdale NY.  His passion is for prayer ministry, young professional coaching, and holistic development. He is a mentor for Baruch College’s Executive on Campus program.  In the past 10 years, he has been serving passionately on different boards in order to promote community outreach and discipleship.  He has been married to his wife Elise for thirty-one years with three daughters.  In his free time, he loves to cook, garden, and play guitar.
Pastor Yu Tsai Sun 
Pastor Yu Tsai Sun born in Suiping, Henan and he believed in the Lord in Taiwan. He was called to serve the Lord at the age of thirty-five, and now he is still serving God even though he is retired.