Pastor Darryl Gaddy resigns


DETROIT, MI – Pastor Darryl Gaddy, Church Planting Catalyst & Pastor of Victory Fellowship Community Church (Detroit, MI) has received a new opportunity of service in South Carolina.


Pastor Gaddy will serve the churches, associations, and the South Carolina Baptist Convention. Gaddy will help develop best-practices for African American and multi-cultural church plants. He will contribute to the church planter assessment process in South Carolina.

Tony Lynn, State Director of Missions – Michigan, states:

“Pastor Darryl and Miss Daphne Gaddy’s years of service in Michigan as a church planting couple, a pastor and wife at Victory Fellowship Community Church, and as catalysts among other church planters and their wives is immeasurable. They made a lasting impact in lives, neighborhoods, churches, associations, and the state. Their influence will be missed.”

Those of us at the Baptist State Convention of Michigan (BSCM) and at the North American Michigan Board (NAMB) are grateful for Gaddy’s service these past two years, since January 1, 2016. His presence and service here in Michigan will be greatly missed. During his ministry as Pastor and Church Planting Catalyst, Gaddy has been such a positive influence for change in the Detroit community. God has used him to reach many men and women with the Gospel in Detroit, and his leadership and service at Victory Fellowship has been both a spiritual and physical blessing to his community. As a Church Planting Catalyst, he has helped mentor and cultivate Church Planters as a part of NAMB’s SEND Network in Detroit. He has also been an inspiration for many planters in Detroit as a former Church Planter himself. We know that Gaddy will have a lasting impact wherever he serves. We love our brother and pray for God’s blessing upon his ministry in South Carolina.

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