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SuCasa/Esperanza

SuCasa/Esperanza

As the rate of Hispanic immigration, both across the U.S. and within Tennessee, continues to climb, estimated at over 47 million nationwide and as high as 200,000 in the Memphis/Shelby County area, so does the demand for the local church to reach out and help meet the spiritual, physical, and social needs of immigrant families. 

The mission of Su Casa Family Ministries is to glorify God and to advance His Kingdom by ministering to each of these needs of Hispanic residents in the Memphis area. The vision is to develop a model for ministering to Hispanic families in our city with outreach services that are closely connected with a neighborhood church.

The ministry offers ESL courses, provides children’s ministry programs and childcare, facilitates health services, and addresses other vital felt needs as they arise on a case-by-case basis. 

In 2008, Esperanza church developed out of the partnership between Berclair Elementary and Second, as a further way to serve the Hispanic families in the Berclair neighborhood. The Esperanza worship service takes place on Sunday at 11:00am at 1302 N. Graham St between Kingsbury Middle School and Streets Ministries.