Dr. Francis Wong (Cantonese Pastor)
- Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (University of Regina, Regina)
- Master of Divinity in Missions(Canadian Theological Seminary, Regina)
- Doctor of Ministry (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, Illinois)
My name is Francis Wong. I have been married to Esther and we have three children, Stephanie,
Benjamin and Priscilla.
I grew up in a traditional Chinese family worshiping ancestors. I came to know the Lord when I was 15 through a friend at school. I sensed God's calling into full-time ministry while studying in Canada. By His grace, I have been serving the Lord since I graduated from seminary in 1982.
My passion is to see people come to know the Lord and be equipped for service through discipleship training.
I enjoy swimming, guitar playing, browsing through books in the library or the book store. During my days off, my favourite thing to do is to spend time with my wife and family. Something most people don't know about me is that I was a scout for many years and I enjoy outdoor activities, such as hiking, camping.
Rev. Gary Tse (Mandarin Pastor)
Rev. Gary Tse assume his role as Pastor of Mandarin Ministry in March 2014. He started attend church since high school. He came to Toronto to further his studies in early 80's and accepted Christ as his personal savior and was called to serve Jesus Christ in full time ministry while attending to Toronto Chinese Alliance Church.
Rev. Gary Tse is married to Lisa Cheng in 1989. They have two sons: Solomon and Josiah.
Rev. Gary Tse is a graduate of the Ontario Bible College and Philadelphia Biblical University. He served in Toronto, Halifax, and Ottawa in administrative and pastoral roles since 1989. His passion is to lead other to Christ and equip/mentor them to become disciple of Jesus Christ. He loves to study and preach the Biblical Truth, training and equipping group leaders for small group ministry, establishing congregational caring ministry in the church. He encourages personal growth and fosters spiritual disciplines.Back to top
Rev. Jin Chong (English Pastor)
My name is Jin Chong and I have the privilege of serving as the English Congregation pastor for CCCO. It's my prayer that Jesus that is magnified and his grace brings genuine transformation in our church family and ministry. I grew up in Philadelphia, PA, and I studied at Westminster Theological Seminary. SuJin and I married and have served in different ministries from the start of our marriage. After serving as short-term missionaries to the Cherokee and then being called as a pastor in the US, my family moved to Edmonton where I served with a church plant for over 9 nine years. Now, our family calls Ottawa 'home'. My passion is to nurture individuals to grow in faith through discipleship. My lovely wife and I have two daughters, Phoebe and Chloe. It's my prayer that you will call CCCO your church family and help serve our Lord Jesus together in spreading the gospel to Ottawa and beyond.Back to top
Jethro Cheung (Youth Worker)
My name is Jethro Cheung. I grew up in Calgary and moved to Ontario for university. By God's grace, I came to know Christ as Lord and Savior during my undergraduate years. Soon after, I felt a call to ministry, and by God's guidance came to CCCO in September 2015 to serve in the youth ministry. In my spare time, I am also currently working towards my graduate-level theological degree. My passion is to see people come to faith in Christ, and then continue to grow through discipleship. I love biblical truth, especially when it leads to practical application and deep worship. Some of my hobbies include biking, basketball and browsing bookstores. I enjoy life chats, and I am always up for coffee or a meal!Back to top
Doka Chang (Church Secretary)
Hi my name is Doka, My Wonderful husband is Willand, and we have two teenage boys, Matthew and Marcus,
and they all love to swim.
I am serving in the church as a secretary since 1997; I am also part of the Cantonese worship team. I love to sing, it gives me joy and peace. I wish to keep the church office nice, clear and to develop a better relationship with God, family, and members of CCCO.