Dennis Griffith is a husband, father, pastor, and an avid follower of the Tennessee Volunteers. Dennis and his wife Carolyn, have three children: Andrew, a school teacher in Washington County, Virginia, and volunteer Young Life leader in Sullivan County, Tennessee; Matthew, a Senior at Emory & Henry College and youth director at Walnut Hill Presbyterian Church in Bristol, Tennessee; and Rebekah, who is a Freshman at Randolph College in Lynchburg, Virginia.

Dennis has the privilege to serve as Lead Pastor at Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church in Williamsburg, Virginia. He has previously served churches in East Tennessee, Western Pennsylvania, and Northwest Georgia. In addition to his pastoral ministry, Dennis serves as Associate Staff for MTW‘s Cherokee Mission on the Cherokee Indian Reservation; and has served as the local Chairman for Young Life, in communities where he has lived.

In his spare time Dennis enjoys golf, hiking, cycling, exploring historic sites, reading a variety of books, and watching University of Tennessee sports teams..

Feel free to connect with Dennis Griffith on Facebook.

4 Responses to “About”

  1. Lisa Favre Clark Says:

    Dennis, I haven’t read in a while, but as usual enjoy reading your take on things. Thanks for your insight!

  2. mntornado Says:

    I’m glad to meet you Dennis (though it be via the internet). I’m looking forward to coming back and reading more of you comments.

    aka: MNTornado

  3. jane. Says:

    Looking forward to your visit to Wbg.

  4. Awesome blog, well written and put together, glad I stumbled upon ya and can’t wait to see what’s next to come 🙂

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