Freedom’s Chapel has been given the vision to serve in the Memphis community by commissioning 300 spiritually maturing disciples to carry forth the intimate, transforming message and ministry of Jesus into their community and world.
Through innovative worship and bible based teaching, Freedom’s Chapel Christian Church (DOC) is called and committed to making disciples of those who are unconnected to and disconnected from the life affirming and life transforming relationship with Jesus and His Church.
Dr. Roz Nichols
The Rev. Dr. Rosalyn R. Nichols is the organizing pastor of Freedom's Chapel Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Memphis, TN. She is a native of Memphis, TN and proud to have graduated with honors from the historic Booker T. Washington High School and LeMoyne Owen College.
In May 1996 Dr. Nichols graduated summa cum laude from the Memphis Theological Seminary and in 2004 she received her Doctor of Ministry degree from the historically black Virginia Union University in Richmond, VA.
Freedom's Chapel Christian Church (DOC) was birthed without denominational support or large benefactors, but at her father's dining room table on Sunday, November 4, 2001 with 9 members and a vision based upon John 8.36 So if the Son sets you free, you are free indeed! God is truly both willing and able to do exceedingly, abundantly above all that we ask or think according to the power that is at work in us.
Dr. Nichols has received numerous awards, is a Memphis Leadership Graduate, a lifetime member of the NAACP and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Beta Epsilon Omega Chapter. Her writings have been featured in numerous articles and books including Courage Under Fire by Rev. Dr. Eugene Gibson.
Dr. Nichols is a dynamic, passionate, community advocate, preacher, teacher, and pastor who believes that freedom in Christ gives one the liberty to live and the responsibility to serve.