In the early 1990′s, a few Korean students began to meet to study the Bible. Soon, a minister by the name of Lee Sang Wook started commuting from Manchester to lead the group. His vision was to have a ministry on campus, but he was limited by his ability to speak English. However, trusting in God’s providence and grace, the Bible study members continued to pray for an English-speaking pastor.
In 1995, Wook introduced a new pastor, Kim Sung Taeck, a bilingual seminary student from Boston to the group. Wook left, Taeck became the part time minister, and Logos was formed in 1996 as an offshoot of the Korean Presbyterian Church of Lebanon. It has been supported by the Korean Presbyterian Church ever since. Taeck served for the next four years, and after him, several other pastors have served at Logos.