Parishes

Scripture informs us that our greatest need is to be connected to a loving community who can connect us to a loving God. We long for Second to be such a community—a church for others. Rather than waiting for our neighbors to visit our church, we want to be a people that brings the church to our neighborhoods. Parishes allow us to carry the blessings of the gospel through the reality of the church to the doorstep of every home and family in Memphis.

What is a Parish?

A parish is a geographic district that organizes church members according to where they live in order to carry out the shared mission of our church—to Retell The Gospel, Reimagine The Church and City, and Repair What Is Broken.

West
McKee Humphreys, Bill Jorgensen

Parkway/Graham
Dan Fore, Libby Dickinson, Laurin Maddux

Highland

Normal Station
Albert Throckmorton, Hunter Witherington, A ThompsonRoss Montague

Graham/Waring

Belle Meade/The Village

Audubon
Chris Devine

Waring/Mendenhall
David Brown, Bob Coleman

Laurelwood
Denny Catalano, Larry Jensen

White Station
Dan Wynn, Joel Wood

Sea Isle
John Ivy, Anita Hughey

Richland
Brandon Hammons, Robb Roaten

Shelby Farms

Kirby Woods
Kevin Stout

Germantown
Jay Cofield

Phase I

During Phase I, we are aiming to connect with one another and build relationships with members in our parish. Laying this relational groundwork will set us up to organically and effectively do ministry together. Be prayerfully considering how you might participate, serve, or lead in your parish during Phase I through the following parish rhythms: 

Quarterly: All Parish Gathering
Monthly: Host 2-3 other households in your home each month for a gathering
Weekly: Pray through a list for all the families in your parish

Resources


Parish Launch Panel Discussion Audio

Tools for Parish Leaders

Contact

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