901-272-7425, ext. 218
The Rev. Richard Lawson was called as Rector of Grace-St. Luke's Church in May of 2010. He is a graduate of Auburn University (B.A.), General Seminary (M.Div.), and Sewanee (S.T.M.). Richard was born and raised in Guntersville, Alabama. Before coming to GSL, he served as Rector at St. John's Episcopal Church in Decatur, AL. Richard is married to Katherine Lawson, and they have two children, Adaline and Evans. As Rector, Richard's primary roles are preaching and teaching, administration, and interaction with GSL School (especially in chapel services).
901-272-7425, ext. 213
A 2015 graduate of Virginia Theological Seminary, the Rev. Broderick Greer oversees school chapel, coordinates our ministry to young adults, namely through Theology Live, monthly fellowship gatherings, and City of Soul, GSL's Episcopal Service Corps program. Prior to seminary, he obtained a Bachelor of Science in social work from Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, Tennessee. A native of Fort Worth, Texas, Father Broderick's writings have been featured at The Washington Post, On Being, and The Guardian. He occasionally offers talks at the intersection of culture, justice, and theology.
901-272-7425, ext. 215
Amy’s background has her well-prepared for the joy and energy of GSL: before seminary, she was a member (and chapter warden) of St. Mary’s Cathedral and a beloved teacher in the Memphis public school system in the ‘CLUE’ program. In addition to the ordinary work of every parish, Amy oversees pastoral care at Grace-St. Luke's. She is drawn to pastoral care of all sorts and conditions of people, and, crucially, she has the organizational skills needed to work collegially and warmly with all of our lay leaders who make up our pastoral care teams.