Rev. John McClean
Rev. John McClean is the Vise Principal of Christ College (Formerly Presbyterian Theological Centre).
John became the Interim Moderator of GracePoint Church in 2017, after it was transferred from Sydney Presbytery to Hawksbury Presbytery. Prior to the transfer, Rev C.S. Tang was the Interim Moderator between 2014 and 2017 after Senior Minister Rev. Dennis Law retired in 2014.
Rev. Dennis Law
Consultant Minister & Founding Pastor
Rev. Dr. Dennis Law, born in Canton, China and raised in Brunei and Hong Kong, was called to be a pastor while he was studying theology. Dennis pastored several churches Hong Kong and Sydney including Chinese Presbyterian Church. He was also called to establish this church. His vision is to build a “Spiritual Family” for all Chinese Christians of all ages, with the hope that all may find it a warm spiritual home. The second part of his vision is to set up the church as a “Training Base for Evangelism and Missions” so that members may be equipped to obey the Great Commission by making disciples for Christ. Raised in a pastor’s family and married to a pastor’s daughter, Dorcas, Dennis has three grown up daughters who are deeply involved in Christian ministries.
Dennis has retired from the pastoral ministry in 2014 and now he is a Consultant Minister of this church. He is also serving in Chinese Theological College Australia as Principal.
Rev. Edwin Kwok
Associate Minister & Chinese Congregation Lead Pastor
Edwin was born in Hong Kong and studied dentistry in the Philippines where he accepted Christ as his saviour. He migrated to Australia in 1984 and worked as a dentist in a private practice. Edwin was baptised in Chinese Presbyterian Church. He helped planting a church in Chatswood and served there between 1997 and 2010. He finished his Master of Divinity study at Presbyterian Theological Centre in 2010 and joined GracePoint Chinese Presbyterian Church in 2011 as a part-time pastor. Edwin was ordained as Minister in 2013 and in the same year he sold his dental practice. He started to serve full-time in the following year. In 2014 Edwin was inducted as the Chinese Associate Minister of this church. In the same year, Edwin was appointed as the Lead Pastor of the Chinese Congregation by Interim Moderator Rev. C.S. Tang. Edwin has two adult sons and his wife is serving with him in GracePoint.
Rev. Andrew Tung
Andrew was born in Malaysia. As a young child he moved with my parents to Hong Kong. At age 14, his family made another move to Sydney, Australia, where he has lived ever since. His family background was not Christian, so he only came to know Christ while studying at Sydney University.
In 2007, he responded to God’s call and began his theological training at Moore College. He came to serve at GCPC (then located at Burwood) as a student minister and continued as a pastor after graduation. He met my wife at GCPC and they married in 2013. God has given them two sons, Eusebius and Eleos.
In the first few years of his ministry at GCPC, he established the Mandarin ministry, serving migrants from Mainland China. He now focuses on Cantonese ministry to include preaching, Bible teaching and pastoral family groups.
Rev. Barry Bai
Voluntary Mandarin Pastor
Rev. Jacky Man
Jacky was born in China and grew up in Hong Kong. In 1994, he went to Sydney to study at Macquarie University, majoring in business, obtained bachelor and master’s degrees. After graduation, he worked as an accountant. He believed in the Lord in 2004 and was baptized the following year and join Burwood Chinese Presbyterian Church. In 2012, he was called to study Bachelor of Theology in Australian Chinese Pastoral Theological Seminary. Two years later, He was ordained as an elder by this Church, then he joined the pastoral team as a Youth Pastor in 2017. In 2019, he finished his theological studies and graduated from Christ College. In the same year, he got married. Serving student cell groups and youth worker cell groups are his major missions. He now serves with his wife together in the GracePoint Cantonese Service.
Ps. Thomas Lei
Thomas was born in Macau, came to Australia in 2004 to study Civil Engineering in the University of Sydney and became a Christian. While working as a chartered structural engineer, Thomas started his theological training at CTCA as a part-time student. His study in Master of Divinity was completed in 2022.
Thomas is married to Liko and they have a son Hayden. Thomas and Liko became members of GracePoint, joined and served in the Cantonese services since 2014. From 2021, Thomas became a Mandarin pastor. Thomas’ ministry calling is to help brothers and sisters to develop a godly and abundant life through biblical teaching and walking alongside with them.
Rev. Wilkin Ho
Voluntary Cantonese Pastor
Pastor Wilkin grew up in Hong Kong. He became a Christian before college and trained as quantity surveyor. After marriage, his family moved to Sydney and had two sons here. He was one of the original church members and participated in the church planting and building project of GCPC. He joined the pastoral team since 2019. He has a special burden on cell group ministry and gospel ministry to adults. He enjoys short sightseeing trips and backyard gardening.
Ps. Benny Ho
Bonnyrigg Mandarin & Cantonese Pastor
Ps. Peter Hughes
Peter was born and raised in Sydney’s inner west and has been part of GracePoint church since 2000. After many years working in the banking industry, Peter left full time work to study for his M.Div at Sydney Missionary and Bible College (SMBC). He now serves as the Youth Pastor for GracePoint Church. He oversees a team of leaders responsible for teaching, leading and guiding a group of high school students that meet in the fellowship called Extreme every Sunday morning from 11:30am at Lidcombe. In his free time, Peter enjoys reading, cycling, swimming and hanging around with friends.
Parish Worker (Honorary): Mrs Rosemary Wong
Parish Worker (Honorary): Mr Tim Fok
Parish Worker (Honorary): Ms Vicky Lin
Parish Worker (Honorary): Mr Philip Chan
For information about the pastoral team of the GracePoint English Congregation, please visit http://www.gracepoint.org.au