Downtown Presbyterian is inviting people to come celebrate its opening with a special service and cookout on Sunday, Oct. 3 at 10:30 a.m.
“We are developing a church community that is intentional about authentic relationships among all downtowners regardless of race or class,” the church’s pastor Richard Rieves said in a written statement. “We are committed to relationships that are centered on grace, mercy, integrity and respect.”
Downtown Presbyterian will be the third church Reives has led. Before coming back to Memphis, the Christian Brothers High School graduate was the pastor of a Colorado church and before that, spent a decade leading Christ PCA in Olive Branch.
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