Pastor Peter Chow 

Rev. Peter Chow used to be our full-time senior pastor in the Church; three years ago he was called by the China Evangelical Seminary (CES) in Taiwan to be the president of the seminary.  Now he has retired from the CES seminary and came back to Philadelphia to serve half-time in TCCGP.

Rev. Chow is very strong in both Christian theological education and organizational administration.  He is well known and well respected in the Christian community. His rich experience and firm biblical theology position will be precious to our church. Not only can he provide treasured stability in the church but also prevent the church from going astray in the biblical teaching. 

Pastor Kei-Peng Jen 

Pastor Kei-Peng Jen is originally from Keelung, Taiwan. After completing his undergraduate degree from Feng Chia University in Taichung, he left Taiwan to pursue his M.S. and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering at Tennessee Technological University. After completing his Ph.D. in 1983, Dr. Jen became a professor of materials science in the mechanical engineering department at Villanova University.

In 1985, Dr. Jen co-founded the Main Line Chinese Christian Church (MLCCC), where he subsequently served as deacon and Sunday School teacher for many years. MLCCC merged with Salvation Chinese Christian Church and the Chinese Church of Philadelphia in 2002 to become Trinity Christian Church of Greater Philadelphia (TCCGP). Dr. Jen served an integral role on the transition team, actively participating in drafting church by-laws. At TCCGP, he also served as a deacon and elder for many years until he was called to become a full-time pastor for the church in 2016.

While continuing to teach full-time at Villanova, Dr. Jen completed his M.A.R. (Master of Arts and Religion) in 2008 from Westminster Theology Seminary. In July 2016, he was ordained by Trinity Christian Church of Greater Philadelphia to serve as a full-time pastor in the church’s Chinese Ministry. Pastor Jen’s theological background, rooted in the Westminster Confession, has a strong conviction to the Reformed Theology. In addition to shepherding, teaching, and preaching in the church, Pastor Jen also serves on various short-term mission projects in Asia.

Pastor Jen and his wife, Chu-Ai, have been married for more than 40 years and have three children. In their free time, Pastor and Mrs. Jen enjoy spending time with their four grandchildren.