Ellen was born, in Zambales, Philippines. She started attending ECC in 1994, where she prayed to receive the Lord Jesus at the leading of an Evangelism Explosion team and was discipled by a kind-hearted spiritual mother. She was later baptized and began attending the Filipino fellowship meetings at the YMCA. She sensed God's calling right after conversion. In response to God's call to fulltime ministry, she enrolled at Asian Theological Seminary, in Manila Philippines. She finished her Master of Arts in Christian Education. In 1998, she joined the ChinaTEAM staff and in 2000, became the first Filipino Ministry associate director at ECC. She returned to the Philippines in 2006, married Salvador, and joined him to start Bago Aplaya Community Ministries (BACM) in Davao City. Ten years later, she is back at ECC with her husband, Salvador, and only son, Matthew Adrell.
Born in sunny California, Greg spent much of his early life moving around the world, living in Amsterdam and Jakarta for a few years before his family settled in Hong Kong in 1995. After discovering his love for worship, he first joined his church band as a drummer, and was eventually lead by the Lord to pursue worship leading as his calling in life. Greg joined the ECC team in the fall of 2013 on a part time basis and now has been working full time since December 2015. Greg and his wife Carol were married in 2016 and have a daughter named Mia.
Rebecca was born in the Philippines but raised in Hong Kong. Growing up in a Christian family, she had always desired to serve the Lord in ministry just like her parents. Most of her years in the church, she has served in the Music Ministry and later committed more of her time in the Youth and Children’s. She believes that in doing God’s ministry one has to be well-equipped in His Word and well-grounded in Jesus Christ. The yearning to serve the Lord became evident upon reading Matthew 9:35-38.
She went on to study at Philippine Baptist Theological Seminary (PBTS) where she got her Bachelor of Theology and later received her Master of Divinity in 2017. During her stay in the Philippines, she joined an independent non-profit Christian organization called C.A.R.E. Inc., based in Baguio City as part of her mission work. They reach out to the indigents in the community predominantly the street children, bringing them to Christ through feeding and evangelism.
Serving in the Children’s Ministry in ECC, she believes that a good foundation of Faith and Service can start at a young age, just as it should be the pillars of our Christian lives.
Hilda Tang is no stranger to the banking and insurance market, having spent more than 20 years as a team leader and senior executive where she specialized in underwriting, claims and brokering. Hilda also specialized in data analysis especially for group clients and consulting on medically related insurance products. Her last role was a leader on a placement and products solution team.
Prior to starting her aforesaid role, Hilda spent more than 4 years as a nurse in the Hong Kong Hospital Authority. Hilda has the ability to guide someone from an unhealthy to healthy lifestyle.
Hilda and her husband have been attending Yan Fook Church in Hong Kong for more than 10 years. Her two boys age 11 and 15 are also in Sunday School in Yan Fook Church.
Hilda holds an MBA from University of South Australia and Bachelor’s honors degree in Accounting and Finance from University of Manitoba. Hilda still maintains her Certificate of General Nursing in Hong Kong.
Champion Chan has more than 10 years of experience in accounting and taxation in both commercial companies and churches, specializing in handling full set accounting and banking facilities.
He has been attending Sharon Lutheran Church for the past 15 years, and served in the worship team and helped with training the youth worship team. He enjoys serving with his wife Sandra.
He also volunteered to serve in the “GLP band” to lead worship with local churches within the last 9 years. He also helped the GLP to set up a complete accounting structure and practices for their organization.