Service Times


  • Bible classes for all ages at 9:00 a.m.
  • Worship at 10:15 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall
  • Worship at 10:15 a.m. in the Auditorium
  • Worship with Iglesia at 10:15 in the Chapel
  • Worship at 5 p.m. in the Chapel


  • Devotional at 3 p.m. in the Chapel
  • Bible classes for all ages at 6:30 p.m.

Hours of Operation

Church Office:

  • Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Community Life Center:

  • Walking Track
    • 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. on Mondays & Thursdays
    • 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Fridays
  • Coffee House
    • 8 a.m. – Noon, Monday through Friday


1106 Colonial Road, Memphis, TN 38117

Global Missionaries


Bruce & Janet Bates, Annie / Blackstone Valley Church

40 Nate Whipple Highway, Cumberland, RI  02864-1409
Email:; Phone: (401) 658-4052; Cell: (401) 339-4207
Birthdays: Janet 4/20, Bruce 3/8, Annie 5/9

The Bates see their mission as loving and evangelizing the lost in northern Rhode Island, maturing them in the teachings of Christ. Their prayer is that those disciples will then carry out that same mission of Christ. Bruce also mentors church planters in the growing network of new churches, in new places, for new people. The Bates have worked in Rhode Island since 1997 and have one daughter, Annie.


Caleb & Fran Borchers, Abigail, Elizabeth & Ruth / The Feast: A Church of Christ

139 Chapin Ave., Providence, RI 02909
Email:; Cell:  (248) 736-7750
Websites: (password: Abigail);
Birthdays:  Caleb 1/4, Fran 12/28, Abigail 6/12, Elizabeth 3/18, Ruth 2/20

The Borchers live on the West Side of Providence, RI and are planting a Church of Christ there called The Feast.  The Feast is a church devoted to inviting new people to God's table, particularly those who have thought there was no place for them (Luke 14).  Caleb was born and raised in metropolitan Detroit, MI.  Fran is from Lexington, KY.  They met at Harding University, where they both got degrees in youth ministry.  Caleb then went on to get an MDiv from Harding School of Theology.  They have been in Rhode Island since 2010, actively planting in Providence since the Fall of 2012.  Abigail, Elizabeth and Ruth are part of the team as well.  The Feast launched Sunday services on 10/18/15.  The Borchers enjoy trips down to the beaches in South County and new culinary adventures both at home and out to eat.  The Feast is part of the Kairos Church Planting Network.  



Colette Daugherty / Paris Deodat Church

9 rue Hedouin, 92190 Meudon, France
Phone:  011 (33) 146-26-0307
Birthday:  5/22

Colette Daugherty is a faithful, dedicated servant in the Lord’s church in Paris.  White Station began supporting her husband Don in 1961 and has continued supporting Colette following Don's untimely death in 1987.  The church in Paris has a diversified membership and Colette is a strong force in supporting the members and encouraging them in their faith.  There is no end to her work in the Kingdom including Bible studies, classroom teaching, ladies retreats, VBS, church camps, church secretary, children’s worship and more. Colette has two adult children.



Arlin & Pamela Hendrix / Lyon Church

15 B, chemin Sapinière, 69330 Meyzieu, France
Email:; Phone:  011-(33)478-04-1306
Birthdays:  Arlin 9/29, Pamela 10/30

Arlin and Pamela Hendrix, for the cause of Christ, have made France their permanent home.  Fluent in French, Arlin and Pamela work with the church in Lyon.  In addition, they desire to reach the lost in other areas of the French speaking world making regular visits to Geneva, Guadeloupe and Mauritius, just to name a few.  Skilled marriage counselors, they also conduct on-going Christian based marriage seminars and are the only couple in the French speaking world actively doing so. The Hendrixes have four adult children. White Station has been in partnership with Arlin and Pamela since 2002. To read their most recent newsletter about the work they are doing, click here.


Frank & Gladys Hotorwoshie / Village of Hope, Kweikrom Churches

P.O. Box GP 18169, Accra Ghana, West Africa
Email:; Phone: 0233244740453
Birthdays:  Frank 1/6, Gladys 4/6

Frank and Gladys Hotorwoshie began working among the churches in and around The Village of Hope area in Ghana in 2008. It was at that time that White Station began to partner with the Vertical Center Church of Christ in Tema, Ghana for Frank’s oversight. Since that time, Frank has planted and nurtured five churches and has hosted both our youth and medical mission teams annually for our work in support of him there. Frank and Gladys have 25 years of missional experience in Ghana.  The Hotorwoshies have four adult children.


Ananias Moses / Broadhurst Church of Christ

P.O. Box 352, Gaborone, Botswana
Birthday: 8/15

Ananias was born and raised in Botswana. In 2014, the Broadhurst Church of Christ in the capital of Gaborone, Botswana sent Ananias to Memphis to attend Harding School of Theology. He recently graduated with his Master’s of Divinity degree and is returning home to Botswana to work with the Broadhurst congregation to evangelize and
spread the message of Christ. The ministry efforts of Ananias include preaching, teaching, discipling, mentoring, and benevolence. He also serves the community by facilitating health-related activities, particularly activities that educate people about HIV/AIDS. The White Station Church of Christ is partnering with the Broadhurst Church of Christ in this work. To read his most recent newsletter, click here.


Ralph & Twyla Williams / Tanzania

P.O. Box 16009, Arusha, Tanzania
Phone: 901-609-3689
Birthdays: Ralph 9/22, Twyla 7/25

Ralph and Twyla Williams are answering a call to evangelism among the Maasai of Northern Tanzania. They will be sharing the gospel of Christ by living as the Maasai live, in a Maasai community. Members at White Station for about 16 years, Ralph and Twyla previously served as missionaries in Mariupol, Ukraine as well as among the Cree people in their native Canada. In Ralph’s graduate studies, one of his focus areas was the differences between oral, literate and electronic cultures, which “finally made sense of the many cultural differences I saw growing up.” The Maasai culture, like the Cree, are an oral culture. “We have learned to sing the Lord’s songs in three different languages (English, Cree and Russian), and we now hope to sing to the Lord in Swahili and Maa.”

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