Mira Kim


Philadelphia, PA
United States

Church Planting Cross-Cultural Discipleship Urban Ministry

Mira Kim is coming alongside InFaith missionaries David and Lisa Grainge to support their ministry in revitalizing a 120-year-old church that serves several ethnic congregations in South Philadelphia. Mira has a strong desire to meet the many needs of her local community by building relationships, serving refugees, and ministering to their greatest need: A true encounter with the Living God!

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Mira serves in South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, an urban area that is home to thousands of refugees and immigrants from all over the world. The neighborhoods across South Philadelphia are very diverse in their ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds.

Mira sees a great need for her community, which includes: true discipleship, spiritual revitalization, building up a younger generation of community leaders, greater unity between a vast array of ethnic groups, and providing for those in need.

Mira will oversee the Refugee Ministry at a neighborhood church in South Philadelphia, which ministers to many refugees and immigrants. The focal points of the ministry for 2023 are two-fold: Bible-based Trauma Healing & Discipleship. Mira is actively working with church staff to build up a regional Bible-based Trauma Healing Ministry, that can be applied cross-culturally.

Her ministry is open to anyone who has needs that range from needing support in basic social services to pursuing a deeper relationship with Christ. They do this by hosting weekly worship services for 7 different ethnic congregations, weekly bible studies, a food pantry, refugee access center, ESL classes, and healing groups.

Mira became an approved candidate with InFaith in 2021.

Mira is a native Philadelphian and has had a colorful walk with Jesus throughout her life serving as a youth missionary & currently as a Local Missions Committee Leader and Interim Deacon at her local church, Antioch Church Embrace in Conshohocken, PA.

She has over 7 years of experience working in advocacy, administrative and marketing capacities for corporate & non-profit sectors, as well as, 14 years of experience working with at-risk youth and refugees, domestically and internationally.

Mira went to Temple University, where she majored in Community Development and minored in Environmental Horticulture. So, it is no surprise that she has a bright love for people, plants, and healing. She is also a certified Mental Health First Aider and Trauma Healing Institute Training Facilitator.

Mira’s life psalm is, “The Lord is My Shepherd...” (Psalm 23:1)

Philadelphia, PA
United States

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