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Mihee Kim-Kort

AAEC Class of 2023 (Maryland; EST)

Mihee Kim-Kort
Phone: 812.345.9388
miheekk@gmail.com
Presbyterian

Profile

Mihee Kim-Kort is a Princeton Theological Seminary alum (MDiv, 2004 and ThM, 2008), and is co-pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Annapolis, MD along with her spouse Andrew Kort (MDiv, 2003). She is a 4th year doctoral student at Indiana University in Religious Studies and a Teaching Fellow at the Newbigin House of Studies. Previously, Mihee has served as Associate Pastor for College Hill Presbyterian Church in Easton, PA (2006-2011) and United Presbyterian Church in Flanders, NJ (2005-2006). She was Director and co-founder of the UKirk Campus Ministry program at Indiana University from (2012-2017). She has written and published for various venues including Time Magazine, Huffington Post, Christian Century, and Sojourners, and she is the author of Outside the Lines: How Embracing Queerness Will Transform Your Faith (Fortress Press, 2018) and co-author with Andrew of Yoked: Stories of a Clergy Couple in Marriage, Family, and Ministry (Rowman and Littlefield, 2014). 

She has served the larger denomination (PCUSA) as an elected commissioner member for the Synod of the Trinity (2008-2010), an elected member for the national board of the Presbyterian Mission Agency (2010-2016), and an executive committee member for the national board of the Presbyterian Mission Agency (2012-2016). She says: "In all times, the Church, whether the local church or the seminary, gives me hope. I don't understand it most days, this hope, how it comes from something that seems so fallible and imperfect, but I know that it is because God is present there in the places that I least expect, and always, in those places that are the most human. Princeton taught me to keep hoping, keep looking, and keep showing up, and that has stayed with me."   

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Danielle Shroyer, Class of 1999

“To be in a community where I got to hear so many different perspectives—that was profound for me. I’m grateful for the curiosity, for the practice of learning that was cultivated for me at Seminary.”