River City Church, Memphis, TN

Leadership

  • Jonathan Dunn

    Lead Pastor

    Our lead pastor is Jonathan Dunn. He and his wife, Melissa, have a passion for the local church, and they have a shared conviction for the vision of River City Church to partner with God in leading people to refocus their life, home and the church back to God.

    For 13 years, Jonathan worked in the business sector while serving in numerous roles at local churches. Prior to the launch of River City Church, Jonathan served as a bi-vocational teaching pastor at Family Community Church. He and Melissa have five children, Esten, Molly, Drew, Hudson, and Joseph.

  • David Tillman

    Arlington Campus Pastor/Teaching Pastor

    David and his wife, Jennifer, have been married since 2000 and have two children, Avery and Charlie.  They have been engaged in local church ministry for 20 years and have a desire to see their city come to know the grace that they have found in Christ.

  • Eddie Davis

    Bartlett Campus Pastor/Next Gen Pastor

    Eddie is the Next Gen and Bartlett Campus Pastor at River City Church.  He and his wife, Ashley, have been married since 2006 and have two children, Olive and Lincoln.  They have lived in the Memphis area their entire lives, and have a heart for their community, wanting all to know the love God has for them through Jesus.  Eddie has been in various roles within the church helping lead those from elementary age all the way up through college.

  • Matt Durand

    Worship Leader

    Matt is the Worship Leader at River City Church Arlington. He and his wife, Lindsey, have been married since 2012. They currently live in Arlington, TN, but grew up in Bartlett. Matt has been following God’s call on his heart for 10+ years as a worship leader and teacher. As a couple, they have two prayers for their journey in Christ. One, that He would be enough in every circumstance. And two, that in all we do, we would do it completely with joy for His glory.

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