Kroc Church in the Memphis community exists to connect people to a life-changing relationship with Jesus Christ.
At Kroc Church we are making radical followers of Jesus Christ who love inclusively, serve helpfully and disciple effectively in the communities where we live.
Being part of The Salvation Army Kroc Church allows us a number of different ways to create community. It doesn’t matter who you are or where you find yourself in life, we would love to have you join us as we love, serve, and disciple together to fulfill the mission in which Christ has called us.
SUNDAY VIRTUAL WORSHIP SERVICE | 9:45am
We want to be a church known for relentlessly seeking the Lord and His truth. We serve a great and loving God who is for all people, and we want to be a church that reflects that. We are neighbors, families, friends, and companions. We are not called to journey through this life alone. We are a multicultural church where all people are encouraged, equipped, and engaged to take the next step on their spiritual journey with God.
Here at The Salvation Army, we are privileged to be located in such a vibrant and diverse community, and it is our prayerful passion to serve and love our community in Jesus’ name. Our worship on Sundays is composed of contemporary elements and traditions of The Salvation Army. You are invited to join us in discovering what a beautiful journey life can be with God directing your path.
THE KROC OFFICERS
Lieutenants Noah and Bailey Lind
Lieutenants Noah and Bailey Lind serve as the Officers for Congregational Life. Lt. Noah has grown up in the Army with his parents being Officers. Lt. Bailey has also grown up in the Army and was first introduced by going to the Boys and Girls Club as a young girl. Lt. Noah was commissioned in 2019 and Lt. Bailey was commissioned in 2020. They are newly married as of June 15th, 2020. They are thankful for who God has been in their life and who He will be in their ministry.
Meet the Worship Team
Salvation Army Corps Mission Associate
Memphis Area Command Music Director