We want to get to know you!  

Connect with us through any of the following ministries.  

  • CARE

    There are times when we could use some help, especially during times of crisis, transition, change, or loss. We encourage our members to receive care during these times of need. Our Care Ministry offers a variety of support such as Bereavement, Lay Counseling, Healing Prayer, and Food Chain.


    Contact: Care Ministry (care@odpcec.org)


  • GLOBAL MISSIONS MINISTRY

    We believe that every follower of Christ is called to fulfill the “Great Commission,” which Jesus spoke of in Matthew 28:19, just before He left the world and returned to Heaven. ODPC is blessed to extend God's life-changing grace to our four main focal areas.


    Contact: Tim Park (timothyhpark@gmail.com)


  • GUEST MINISTRY

    Guest Ministry exists to welcome our guests with the love, warmth and grace of Jesus Christ and to connect them to the life of our church. Our volunteers serve in the following teams: Greeting, Parking, Hosting, Welcoming, Hospitality, and Connections.


    Contact: Teri Moon (teri.moon@odpcec.org)

  • LOVE HERNDON

    Love Herndon is a bold initiative to connect people and build community in our neighborhood.  We aim to accomplish this in two ways:

    • Loving service for our neighbors throughout Herndon
    • Radical hospitality for guests on our community campus
    Help us live out the two greatest commandments, to love God and to love people.

    Contact: Ellis Chang (sukwon@gmail.com)
  • MARRIAGE & FAMILY LIFE

    Marriage and Family Life Ministry exists to help build strong marriages and healthy families in Christ. We minister through:

    • Weekly Connect Time following each service with guests or those who are not yet plugged into Small Groups.  If you would like to connect with one of the couples from our team, please contact James Kim (jameskim3@gmail.com). 
    • Topical Small Groups on marriage or parenting-related matters.
    • Marriage Mentoring for recently married couples (0 to 3 years). Applications are received year-round to be mentored, or to mentor. Training and regular meetings are available for mentors. For an application, contact the Marriage Mentoring Core Team (2by2@odpcec.org).
  • MEN'S MINISTRY

    Men's Ministry exists to help men of Open Door connect with fellow brothers and grow with one another in Christ.  Men's Ministry hosts various events throughout the year including Men's Basketball, Men's Retreat (occurring every even year) and summer events.


    Contact: Danny Hwang (djh6797@gmail.com)

  • NEXTGEN

    NextGen exists to connect mid-20s and younger singles and college-age members to our church. Through weekly small groups and occasional events, we want to help younger singles to belong in community, pursue spiritual growth, and connect inter-generationally with other life stages in ODPC.


    Contact: NextGen Ministry (nextgen@odpcec.org)

  • SALT Ministry

    SALT Ministry is ODPC's college-aged ministry (18-23). Our desire is to provide a place for our students to grow deeper in their relationship with Christ through weekly bible studies and through other fellowship/outreach events throughout the year.      


    Contact: Caleb Lee (caleb.lee@opendoorpc.org)


  • SMALL GROUPS

    Small Group Ministry strives to "Meet God through His Word and through His People."  Through our weekly gatherings, we hope to learn and live God's Word together in smaller community groups around the region.  We offer Sermon-based Groups and Specialized Groups based on age, stage of life, gender, and subject matter.    


    Click here for more information about our small groups.


    Contact: Julie Yoo (joolee.yoo@gmail.com)


  • WOMEN'S MINISTRY

    Women's Ministry aims to promote spiritual growth and maturity in women through Biblical teaching and Christ-centered fellowship based on connecting, sharing, encouraging and accountability.


    Contact: Judy Hwang (judyjhwang@yahoo.com)


  • 9 TO 5: WORK & FAITH

    The 9 to 5 Ministry was launched with a desire to integrate faith and work, thereby allowing us to go as disciples of Jesus into the workplace and to advance God’s kingdom through our vocational callings.


    9 to 5 emphasizes that our work matters to God and that God matters to our work. By connecting Sunday to Monday morning, 9 to 5 encourages us to approach work in a manner that allows God’s design and purposes for work to flourish.


    Contact: John Sim (johnysim@gmail.com), James Kim (james.kim@odpcec.org)