InHo Kim was born in Korea but grew up in a small Midwestern town in Michigan. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan as well as from San Francisco Theological Seminary. He was ordained as a pastor in the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. and has worked at Cameron House in San Francisco, serving underprivileged youth and families and also as a co-organizing pastor of Mission Bay Community Church, a new church development in the heart of San Francisco. Since 2012, he has served as an assessor in the New Beginnings Program helping churches across the country discern their mission and vision. Today, he serves as the part time pastor of First United Presbyterian Church in San Francisco and beginning in July, 2013, has served on staff of the Presbytery of San Francisco, supporting and caring for pastors and churches in the Presbytery.
InHo is an attentive listener, a constant learner, an astute discerner and a caring presence. He strives to discern God’s vision in all places of his life and especially in his work with pastors and churches. He loves being with people where they are and journeying with churches and pastors as they discern where God is leading them. Discernment and change is difficult work but InHo believes that is what is most needed in our churches today and is excited and energized to be part of the process of transformation.
InHo lives in San Francisco, with his wife who is also a PCUSA pastor, his son Ian, his daughter Isabella and their dog Finn. InHo can be found in local coffee houses all over the bay area and in hiking trails by the ocean with his dog. He loves cooking, playing his guitar and ukulele, eating good food, drinking good spirits, traveling and spending lots of time with his family and friends.