Vision of Crossroads
Crossroads exists to further the gospel of Jesus Christ by retelling, reimagining, and repairing. We retell gospel truths to ourselves and one another so we might grow in our faith and live lives that glorify God. We reimagine our lives and the lives of our neighbors in light of gospel transformation. And we repair what has been broken by sin with gospel ministry.
Brett graduated from the University of Memphis in 2006, and then served on the Campus Outreach staff for seven years. In the summer of 2014, Brett joined the Second staff as one of the first pastoral interns in a program called LAUNCH. In 2018 he graduated from Reformed Theological Seminary. He became an Assistant Pastor to young adults and head of the LAUNCH pastoral resident program. Brett and his wife, Rachel, have three children.
Brad is a native of Jackson, TN and graduated from the University of Memphis with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in Marketing. He is currently working towards an M.Div. from Memphis City Seminary. While in college, he met his wife, Bri, and the two married in 2021. Upon graduating college, Brad joined the Memphis Fellows Program. Before beginning the pastoral residency program here at Second, Brad served as our Recreation Coordinator.
Philip is a Pastoral Resident here at Second who helps lead the Crossroads Congregational Community (CC) of young adults. Prior to coming on staff with Second, he taught middle school English at Sherwood Middle through Memphis Teacher Residency, where he worked as a recruiter for 3 more years after teaching. Philip studied English at Wheaton College and UNC-Chapel Hill, and he graduated from UNC in 2014. Philip is married to Hannah, and they have a young son named Noah.
Hannah graduated from the University of Arkansas and went through the Memphis Teacher Residency Program. She recently served at Berclair Elementary as a teacher. She is married to Philip and has a son named Noah.
Hannah is excited to serve the women of Crossroads by helping women get connected into Community groups and Small Groups.