Marshall Gallagher is the lead pastor of Hope Community Church. He is a native Nashvillian, born and raised not far from Hope Community Church. He studied finance at Auburn University (War Eagle!) and received his Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary just north of Boston, MA. He has been a part of many different ministry settings. In his free time (which is rare), he enjoys fantasy football, climbing and eating hot chicken. He and his wife Wesley have two children, Shook and Mabel.
Jeremy is the founding pastor of Hope Community Church where he has served since 2011. Previously he planted a church in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. He is also on staff at the Charles Simeon Trust as the Director for Spanish Language Initiatives. He trains pastors extensively throughout the Spanish speaking world. Jeremy is a graduate of Liberty University and Trinity Graduate School (MA, Bioethics). He is currently a PhD student (Theological Ethics) at Trinity College Bristol (UK). He is married to Marjorie and has two children, Alexis and Jake. He enjoys gardening, cooking, spending time with others, and reading.
Tommy was born in Michigan, raised in Florida, but his heart won't let go of Chicago where he spent 12 years of his life. He has been living in Nashville and a part of Hope Community Church since late 2015. He studied Civil Engineering at the University of Florida where he met his wife, Lila, through a student ministry called Reformed University Fellowship (RUF). Tommy studied Geotechnical Engineering (basically just playing with dirt) at the University of Colorado and works for an Engineering company here in Nashville. He enjoys reading, running, and watching sports.