Paul May

Our church planter and pastor, Paul May, moved with his wife Meaghan and their four kids to eastern Loudoun County in 2015. They are glad to call it home!  They have experienced the transforming love of Jesus and would love to talk with you about it. Paul attended Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, where he earned a Master of Divinity and an MA in Counseling. He loves National Parks, chocolate peanut butter cupcakes, playing with his kids and his guitar, and is excited to see God's story for King's Cross and Loudoun County unfold.

Meghan Baumann

Meghan keeps all the logistical details of King's Cross running smoothly in her role as administrative assistant.  Whether it's sending e-mails, coordinating our pastor's schedule, ordering supplies, or helping to plan events, she enjoys putting her organizational talents to work for the King's Cross family. When she is not working, listening to podcasts, or attempting to fit in a workout, Meghan enjoys spending time with her husband Ed, son Will, and daughter Cassidy.

Silas Ku

Silas helps out at King's Cross in whatever way he can, helping with the facilities team, assisting in leading the Sunday service, preaching occasionally, and serving in many other ways. He is an ordained minister, and currently works full-time at a local business. He and Young (wife) have 3 energetic children: Miles, Moses and Ariana.  During his time away from work, he enjoys spending time with his family, meeting and spending time with people and drinking some good coffee. We are blessed to have him at King’s Cross!

Emily Boyd

As our director of worship, Emily coordinates each step of the Sunday morning worship process - from choosing songs to organizing musicians to singing lead vocals, Emily does it all!  Emily brings her sense of humor and New Yorker straight talk to both King's Cross and McLean Presbyterian Church (where she is the assistant director of communications).  When she is not working, Emily enjoys spending time with her husband, Hart, son Theo, and daughter Naomi.

 

Our team would love to serve you in any way we can. The core of our care, however, thrives in our relationships with one another. We all need people who get us, friends that enjoy pouring into one another. A place where we grow in trust and friendship, in being loved and in learning to love. Our Gospel:Life groups are a great place for that.