Meet our Staff and our Leaders


Photo Credit: Peter Hellberg

Isaac Chung, Pastor

Pastor Isaac joined us in November, 2012. A graduate of San Francisco Theological Seminary - Southern California, he served as Associate Pastor at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Bay City, MI for two years before being called to White Lake Presbyterian Church.

Isaac comes with a unique perspective and wide experiences. Though of Korean heritage, he was born to missionary parents in Bangladesh and spent much of his childhood in Pakistan. Before arriving to the mitten state, he lived all over Southern California graduating from Maranatha High School (Pasadena) and UC San Diego. He has served churches in San Diego, Diamond Bar, Pasadena, Garden Grove, and Fullerton working with children, youth, college-age students, young adults, families, and the faithful of all ages. He spent many years working in camp and conference ministries, and loves anything to do with missions.

He is passionate about the LA Dodgers, and his family - Misty, Evangeline & Isaiah, but not necessarily in that order. He ventures into Triathlons and runs (sic) with Misty and dreams one day of doing an Ironman (maybe Kona?). He strums a guitar, climbed trees as a job, and officiates volleyball at the college and high school level. You can always convince him out of the office for a cup of coffee and a good conversation.


Photo Credit: Mitya Ku

Debbie Lennis, Office Guru

Debbie runs all things administrative in the office. Whether you need a copy or a coffee, she's there with a listening ear! Debbie has been a member of White Lake Presbyterian Church for over 30 years and has served as office staff for over 20 years. When she's not running the church, you might find her playing with her grandkids, reading a book, or enjoying time with her husband Ray.

 


Photo Credit: dimnikolov

Paul Schreiber, Choir Director

Paul has been directing our choir for over 25 years. As a life-long member, Paul and his family have invested years, generations, into White Lake Presbyterian Church. After getting his degree from EMU, he spent a couple years teaching and directing in the UP, before ending up at Milford High School where he taught and directed for 30 years before retiring in 2012. You can still find him playing smooth notes on the saxophone or guest conducting at area high schools. When he's not doing something musical, you might find him fixing something or cruising somewhere warm with his wife Marian.