A Family of CHURCHES
Sojourn Montrose is a part of Sojourn Houston, a family of churches seeking to share Jesus with our neighbors for the glory of God and the good of our city. Sojourn Houston churches are marked by shared theology, shared church structure, shared philosophy of ministry, and shared values.
Our Neighborhood Parishes
As a church, Sojourn Montrose is organized into groups called neighborhood parishes, which we often refer to as the "backbone" of all that we do at Sojourn. Historically, the word "parish" has been used to refer to a geographic area with a minister. At Sojourn we believe the bible teaches that all Christians are called to be ministers of reconciliation. The reason we call them Neighborhood Parishes is they are groups of men and women seeking to minister to our neighborhood. The way we aim to do that is to simply live life together, love and serve one another, and love and serve our neighbors.
We are committed to providing Sojourn's essential operations with a humility that reflects the character and nature of our God. The following staff members serve in their positions in either a full-time or part-time capacity:
As a staff member, Marshall is the Pastor of Preaching & Vision. He oversees Sojourn's preaching ministry and provides leadership to the church.
As a staff member, Reid is the Pastor of Operations & Administration. He works to effectively implement Sojourn’s vision and manage all things administrative.
As a staff member, Joseph is the Deacon of Gathered Worship. He leads the band, crafts liturgy, and oversees creative elements of the Sunday Gathering.
In addition to our elders and staff, deacons are ordained to serve in additional leadership roles within Sojourn, such as Neighborhood Parish leader, ministry team leader, and non-pastoral staff.