Darrin Patrick death – dead, obituary: How Pastor Darrin Patrick died

Darrin Patrick death – dead, obituary, funeral: Pastor Darrin Patrick is dead after what appears to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound while target shooting with a friend at the time of his death.

Darrin Patrick death - dead, obituary: How Pastor Darrin Patrick died

 

His official cause of death has not been released but no foul play is suspected.

Darrin Patrick death – dead, obituary, funeral arrangement:

Seacoast Church today issued the following statement:

“We are saddened to announce the sudden passing of Pastor Darrin Patrick. Darrin was a loved member of the Seacoast family, the teaching team, and pastoral staff and we are mourning his loss. Darrin had a gift for teaching the Word and a heart for encouraging other pastors. God allowed Seacoast to be a part of Darrin’s story in a time when he needed a family. He was a gift to us and we are thankful for the time the Lord gave him to us. His influence and impact cannot be measured. We are surrounding the Patrick family with our prayers and support during this time.”

Darrin Patrick served as a teaching pastor at Seacoast Church, and was also the founding pastor of The Journey Church in St. Louis, MO. He is a founding member of the Pastor’s Collective and the author of multiple books including the Dude’s Guide to Marriage.

Additional information on memorial services will be shared as plans are formalized.

Darrin was target shooting with a friend at the time of his death. An official cause of death has not been released but it appears to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound. No foul play is suspected. On behalf of the family we would ask that their privacy be respected during this time, and that all media requests be directed to Margaret Little.

Darrin Patrick Pastor posted this message on his Instagram page hours before his death. See below:

Darrin Patrick (born December 4, 1970) is an American author and former pastor of The Journey, a megachurch in St. Louis, Missouri, which he founded in 2002.

He served as the chaplain to the St. Louis Cardinals and is the author of several books. A prominent figure within New Calvinism, he was the vice-president of the Acts 29 Network, an international church planting organization, and a council member of The Gospel Coalition.

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