Service Times


  • First Service at 8:30 a.m. in the Auditorium
  • Second Service (English) at 10:45 a.m. in the Auditorium
  • Third Service (Spanish) at 10:45 in the Chapel

Sunday Bible Classes at 9:45 a.m.:

  • Adult Bible Class (English) in the Fellowship Hall
  • Adult Bible Class (Spanish) in the Chapel
  • Youth Group (Grades 6-12) in The Station
  • Children’s Class (Age 3-Grade 5) in the Children’s Worship Center

Hours of Operation

Church Office:

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

Community Life Center:

  • The CLC is taking the proactive and precautionary step of suspending all public activities until further notice.


1106 Colonial Road, Memphis, TN 38117


In accordance with our Heavenly Father’s will for racial justice and righteousness, the Church of Christ at White Station is committed to walking humbly with our God, submitting to Him as He guides our journey to reconciliation.

"May the God who gives endurance and encouragement give us the same
attitude of mind toward each other that Christ Jesus had, so that with one mind
and one voice we may glorify You, the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ."
                  - Romans 15:5-6, paraphrased

The Racial Justice Ministry has provided material that includes a list of fifteen books with topics that will provide awareness, discernment, and transformation. We are also honoring seven African Americans who have made significant contributions to the Lord’s Church. Discover their love for the mission of God and the Church as you read articles about Anne Tuggle, S.R. Cassius, G.P. Bowser, and others. You will have the opportunity to listen to sermons by Marshall Keeble and R.N. Hogan. Fred Gray will share his life’s story with students at David Lipscomb University. Sylvia Rose, a composer of over 200 songs for the church, explains why she has written songs that are inclusive to the African American culture as well as writing songs specific to the beliefs of the Churches of Christ. For children, we also provide age-appropriate resources and books that are made for talking about matters of race and racial justice at every stage. May God work through us as we walk this path together.

"Accept one another, then, just as Christ accepted you, in order to bring praise to God."
                  - Romans 15:7


Be the Bridge
by Latasha Morrison

The Black Church
by Henry Louis
Gates, Jr.

Breaking Down Walls
by Raleigh Washington and Glen Kehrein
 Bus Ride to Justice
by Fred Gray
 Caste: The Origins
of Our Discontents
by Isabel Wilkerson
 The Color of
By Jemar Tisby
 The Color of Law
by Richard Rothstein
 The Cross and The
Lynching Tree
by James Cone
  The Half Has
 Been Told
by Edward E. Baptis
Hard Fighting Soldiers:
A History of African American Churches
of Christ
by Edward J. Robinson
 How to Be An

by Ibram X. Kendi
How to Fight Racism
by Jemar Tisby
in a
 Divided World
by D.A. Horton
Just Mercy
by Bryan Stevenson
Race and Restoration: Churches of Christ and the Black Freedom Struggle
by Barclay Key
Restoring At-Risk Communities
by John M. Perkins
Rising Out of Hatred
by Eli Saslow

Slavery’s Long Shadow
by James L. GormanJeff W. ChildersMark W. Hamilton

The Sun Does Shine
by Anthony Ray
The Warmth of
Other Suns
by Isabel Wilkerson
  White Fragility
by Robin Diangelo
White Rage
by Carol Anderson

Woke Church
by Eric Mason



Featured Biographies

G.P. Bowser

S.R. Cassius

Fred Gray
Biography | Life Story

R.N. Hogan
Biography | Sermon


Marshall Keeble
Biography | Sermon

Sylvia Rose
Biography | Interview
Featured Songs

Annie Tuggle



Resources for Children

Click on the image to the right to listen to NPR's Michel Martin talk to Jennifer Harvey, author of "Raising White Kids: Bringing Up Children in a Racially Unjust America," about how to talk with white kids about racially charged events — and how to keep the conversation going. If you're a white (or nonblack) parent, don't wait for your kids to bring up the topic of race to start the discussion, says Harvey. A full transcript of the interview is also available by clicking the image.


Books for Children

28 Days: Moments
in Black History That
Changed the World

by Charles R Smith Jr
(ages 7-10)

A Girl Like Me
by Angela Johnson
(ages 5-10)

ColorFull: Celebrating
 Colors God Gave Us
by Dorena Williamson
(ages 4-8)

Hands Up
by Breanna J McDaniel
(ages 4-8)

I Am Enough
by Grace Byers
(ages 4-8)

It’s Not Fair! A Book
about Having Enough

by Caryn Dahlstrand
(ages 4-6)

Martin’s Big Words
by Doreen Rappaport
(ages 4-8)

Stick and Stone
by Beth Ferry
(ages 4-7)


The Story of Ruby Bridges
by Robert Coles
(ages 4-8)

Sweet Smell of Roses
by Angela Johnson
(ages 5-8)

We All Belong: A Children's
Book about Diversity,
Race and Empathy

by Nathalie Goss
and Alex Goss


Racial Justice