A Listing of events of probable
Nov 28, 2019 items added Nov 30
(If an address is not given for something,
you can probably find it listed here.)
In some cases these are specifically interfaith events, others
are events of one religion that are not primarily religious
services and where you might want to go to see a facility, learn
of the culture, or meet people from a different group. (I
do include Hindu religious services, as visitors may want to go
the that temple when something is happening and the schedule is
so unpredictable.) Some are civic events likely to draw
representation from multiple religious or ethnic groups.
In posting things, we have not always explored all the shades of
opinion, so we may not necessarily agree with the views of all
the organizers. We do hope to find things where many of
our readers will be either sympathetic or interested in polite
discussion of the issues.
The 2018 Annual Report of the National Civil Rights Museum
is online at https://issuu.com/ncrmuseum/docs/ncrm-annualreport-fy18-pages-11052019
(I've previously mentioned issuu.com as a good place to post
alarge annual reports and the like.) I suspect most people have heard by now that MIFA is
getting $5 million from the Jeff Bezos Day 1 Families Fund.
Loosely, the money is restricted to assist homeless families in
specific ways as defined under rather precise federal rules.
So it won't do everything MIFA wants to do, but will be a
big help in specified areas.
The United States Census Bureau will send a
speaker to any group or meeting to explain the many reasons why
the census is
important to communities and why everyone needs to participate.
Terrance Fluker, Partnership Specialist for Shelby County, can be
731-589-9102 or Terrance.O.Fluker@2020census.gov
A Labyrinth is not a maze, but a
walking path for meditation. Hoiw many houses of worship in
Memphis have one? There is one in the undercroft at St.
Mary's Episcopal Cathedral, usually open for use during business
hours: M-F 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. Call (901) 527-3361 to confirm
The Presbytery of the Mid-South has
called The Reverend James Luther Gale, Jr., former Associate
Executive Presbyter for the Synod of Mid America, to be the
Executive Presbyter of the Presbytery of the Mid-South. (PC-USA).
I've moved earlier "news" postings here to the Home Page Election Dates
for 2020: March 3,
Presidential Primary, County Primary. Register by Feb 3,
Early voting Feb 12-25, Absentee Deadline Feb 25.
August 6, State and
Federal, Primaries, County election. Register by
July 7, Early voting July 17 _ Aug 1, , Absentee Deadline July
Nov 3, Federal and State General Election.
Register by Oct 5, Early voting Oct 14-29, Absentee Deadline Oct
(Some of the ongoing, Weekly or monthly events -
have been moved below the listings by date-) 2019
Several Churches have Wednesday
suppers. Please let me know of others. - Calvary Episcopal has Wednesday suppers.
5:30-6:30 PM Class, Yoga, etc. follow.
- St Mary's Episcopal, 700 Poplar, has a Wednesday breakfast after
a brief 8 AM service. The breakfast is intended mainly for the
homeless but all are welcome and it is a chance to meet people you
might not meet otherwise, in a very friendly environment. (Not to
mention the chance to see the wonderful history exhibit on the
Yellow Fever epidemic there, if you have not visited it
- Holy Communion Episcopal, Walnut Grove, has Wednesday
- 2nd Presbyterian, Poplar and Central at Goodlett, seems to have
them but I'm not sure how often,. Check their calendar at http://www.2pc.org/
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December 3, Tues, 7 PM - St Mary's Episcopal
Cathedral. Christmas music. Rhodes Singers. Free December 4, Wednesday, 5:30 PM St John's Episcopal. A
Service for any one regardless of gender or age who has
experienced grief and loss related to children. This liturgy
offers an honest and necessary space for prayers of lament,
Scriptures for healing, and a Eucharist of hope. We believe, as in
the words of Isaiah, that those who have seen the darkness of
death will eventually see the dawn.
December 4, 11,18 St John's Episcopal, 12:10 PM. A brief
Eucharist (30 minutes) followed by a bible discussion (Isaiah and
Matthew); bring a sack lunch.
December 5, 5:30 PM St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral. Potluck
Thursday, Dec 5th 5:30 pm in Sisters’ Chapel Join us for a brief
prayer service, potluck meal, & faith conversation. Each table
will engage in discussion, based upon a faith question(s). Older
children welcome and encouraged to attend. Bring a dish to share!
For questions, contact Canon Patrick Williams:
December 6, Crosstown Arts Open House
Friday, Dec. 6, 5-8 pm Crosstown Arts, 1350
Concourse Ave., Suite 280
All Crosstown Arts spaces — galleries, The Green Room, Crosstown
Theater, the cafe, Art Bar, Shared Art Making, and artist studios
— will be open to the public. Live music, hot cocoa, performances,
tours, art exhibitions, and more.
During this event, Crosstown Arts fall 2019 session resident
artists will open their studios to the public for a
behind-the-scenes look at the residency program. Residents will
present musical performances, readings, visual art, and more.
Free and open to the public. This event is happening concurrently
with the annual Crosstown Concourse holiday lighting party.
December 7, 3:45 PM, Baron Hirsch Congregation, guest speaker
Seth Davis, director of IsraAid USA which provides global
relief in disaster situations and long-term recovery aid.
December 7, 7:00pm Balmoral Presbyterian Church.
BealeCanto Christmas VI
The Men of BealeCanto invite you to celebrate the most wonderful
time of the year at our most popular concerts in our performing
season. Join us for this concert of traditional carols and new
favorites to usher in a season of joy, light, and love. December 8, 10 AM, St Mary;s Episcopal
Cathedral. I don't normally mention regularly scheduled
Sunday School classes or similar events here, but can't pass up
that Dr. Bashar Shala (of the Memphis Islamic Center and
the Memphis Friendship Foundation) will be giving a talk
"Introduction to Islam" at the Sunday morning program here.. DECEMBER 8, 9 AM - 2 PM, Chanukah Marketplace at
Temple Israel. Bloodmobile present 8:30 AM - 1 PM. December 8 Israel Festival (Friends of Israel)
(Not really an interfaith event, tends to attract pro-Israeli
government Christians and a variety of Jews)
11 am - 5 PM, Agricenter International. Speakers, displays,
market, children's activities, etc. http://memphifoi.org December 8, 2 PM. Jewish Historical Society. Professor
Kirsten Fermaglich: "A Rosenberg by Any Other Name, A
History of Jewish Name Changing in America" Memphis Jewish
Community Center 6560 Poplar Avenue. Free December 9, Luna Nova Concert at Grace-St Lukes Episcopal,
1720 Peabody. Donations accepted. Details at https://mailchi.mp/f043403410b2/luna-nova-winter-concert-december-9?e=c6777cf3dc
Luna Nova moire schedule at http://www.lunanova.org/
December 10, Tuesday, book signing at Memphis Jewish Community
Center. Wines and hors d'oeuvres at the Shainberg Art
Gallery, The Story of the MJCC, "Seventy Years of Jewish
Connection", by Tom Jones and Susan Adler Thorpe.
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"Can you kindly remind the Interfaith groups that
World Religion Day Memphis will begin the pre-planning meetings
tentatively the last Tuesday of each month at Caritas Village. We
will be confirming that date with you shortly.
"Please reach out to any religious
faith/paths that might be interested in participating in our
pre-planning meetings or become a part of the World Religion Day
Memphis 2020 events, please contact us at saciranidd (at)
yahoo.com or call 201-759-8617 (Saci Roy). "
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Reminder: Loyalty Cards. Many local
houses of worship, and other charities, are signed up to
get donations from Kroger and from Superlo foods. If you
have a loyalty card at either, you must REREGISTER EVERY
YEAR to make a percentage of your purchases go to your
selected charity. Sign up using your loyalty number at
either or both of kroger.com and
superlo.com. Reregister now and very year on
your birthday, or some other day you choose to remember.
(So far as I know, your registration at
smile.amazon.com is permanent, no reregistration
Farmers Market Note: Thistle & Bee: Thistle
& Bee: Visit Thistle & Bee at the Cooper-Young
Farmers Market on the first and third Saturdays of
each month. The market’s summer hours are 8 - 1. You
can purchase T&B’s cold lemonade and tea by the
cup or growler, their amazing granola, and other
products. Products are also available at Curb Market,
The Mustard Seed, St. George's Book Shoppe, and
Highpoint Grocery. All products are made by women
employed by Thistle & Bee, who have survived sex
trafficking and prostitution. Learn more on their
Facebook page (Thistle and Bee Enterprises, Inc.), and
Current art exhibits at the Ross Gallery, Plough
Library, Christian Brothers University, (Need to
Friday 8 PM Lectures on the life of Muhammad,
Memphis Islamic Center.
See the flier at http://memphisirg.org/2SLegalAid.pdf Monthly:
2SLAC (2nd Saturday Legal Aid Clinic) Every 2nd
Saturday of the month | 10:00 – 12:00 pm
Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library | 3030 Poplar Avenue
Memphis, TN 38111
[Are the following still
Weekly:Courthouse Advice & Counsel
Clinic Every Thursday | 1:30 pm 140
Adams Ave, Room 134, Memphis, TN 38103
Mediator of the Day Every Thursday | 10:00
am 140 Adams Ave, Div. 4, Memphis, TN 38103
Veterans’ Pro Bono Clinic 2nd Tuesday of the month |
12:00 – 2:00 pm 1407 Union Ave, 11th Floor, Memphis,
Last Tuesday of the Month: The Mystic: Discussion at
Crosstown. Crosstown concourse, Church Health Center
Community Room. A monthly gathering to find connection
through music, story, and dialogue. All are welcome. Stop
by. Bring a friend. Hosted by Rabbi Micah Greenstein, Dr.
John Kilzer, Chris Miner, Dr. Scott Morris, and Kirk
Thursday, 5:30 PM.
Potluck supper, "Faith
Series", St. Mary's
Episcopal Cathedral. Brief
service in the Sister's
Chapel, potluck supper, each
table will discuss a faith
question of the night.
Monthly event, from Oct 2018
Last Thursday of the month:6-7 PM Monthly meeting of
PERL (People for the Enforcement of Rape
MidSouth Peace and Justice, 3573 Southern Avenue.
Organization website is http://enforcerapelaws.org/
Which also has important info such as the phone number for
the YWCA Domestic Violence Hotline
(Eunice Ordman was a long-time volunteer at the YWCA
shelter for abused women.) Sunday 8 AM: Calvary
Episcopal Church Community Breakfast: Cook or serve breakfast between 6-8 a.m. any Sunday
morning for 200 poor and homeless guests at Calvary’s Community
Breakfast in the Mural Room. Contact Mary Nease:
First Tuesday evening: Catholic Ministry to Gays and
Lesbians, Pot Luck supper, all welcome. 6;30 PM. Speaker follows. Marian Hall,
under the sanctuary at Immaculate Conception
Cathedral. 1695 Central Ave. Parking lot
is at the rear, around the block.
Second Tuesday: Meeting of MICAH, the Memphis Interfaith
Coalition for Action and Hope. Location varies. https://www.micahmemphis.org/
Third Tuesday: Pax Christi, the Roman Catholic
peace group, pot
luck supper at 6:30 PM, meeting at 7. Friends Meeting House,
Walnut Grove at Prescott. http://www.paxchristimemphis.org
Third Wednesday: 5:30 PM - Words3, the writers group at
Holy Communion Episcopal Church. (Walnut Grove between
is nice to call in advance if you are planning to read a five
minute piece. All are welcome to come listen. http://www.holycommunion.org/events
First and third Wednesdays, 6-7:30 PM. meetings at the
Mid-South Peace and Justice Center, 3573 Southern Ave. http://www.midsouthpeace.org/
"Memphis United", discussing criminal justice reform. But see the Mid-South Peace and Justice website for
many more kinds of meetings.
Indian Cultural Center and Temple. It is worth checking their
website as often I get rather short notice of events. Food is served at
noon on Saturdays, if you'd like a chance to visit with the
people as well as see the building. https://icctmemphis.org/icct/home/node
(daily) St. Mary's Episcopal Cathedral; The
Memphis Yellow Fever Epidemics. As Episcopal nuns were actively involved in aiding the
sick, the cathedral has in its social hall a museum-quality
exhibit about the epidemic.
Every Monday, 5:30-7:30 PM. Church Health
Center. Church Health offers free Health Education from
5:30-7:30 p.m. each Monday at 1115 Union. Health Education will
teach you how to manage your hypertension, cholesterol, or obesity.
It’s free and open to community. Registration is not required. Can’t
make it on Monday? We also offer a special session from 9-11 a.m.
the second Saturday of the month. Registration is required for the
Saturday class. Please call 901-259-4673 to sign up.
Every Tuesday, 10-11 AM, Short Story Group at St. Mary's
Every Wednesday, St Mary's Cathedral, 700 Poplar. A
brief service at 8 AM, then a breakfast. A large turnout of homeless
people, everyone is welcome, a chance to visit with people you might
not otherwise meet. "a hearty breakfast as well as art classes,
neighborhood prayer walk, If you've never gad a chance to mingle
with the homeless community on an "equal footing", this is highly
blood pressure checks, literacy classes, computer lab & career
Wednesday: How many Churches have regular Wednesday evening
dinners and programs?
Calvary Episcopal downtown 5:15 - 6:15 PM, $6 adult, $3 child, $20
family max. Discussion groups follow.
Second Presbyterian (Poplar and Goodlett) also has a very nice
dinner at 5:30; excellent programs / discussion groups follow.
Holy Communion Episcopal, Walnut Grove between Perkins, 5:30
$8.50 suggested donation
We get requests for information on 5K runs, group walks, and
the like, in terms of exercise, whether or not they are faith or
charity related. Those interested should look at the calendar
page of Shelby Farms Park at http://www.shelbyfarmspark.org/calendar
which has a remarkable number of events with a variety of goals and
sponsorships. 5K's, bicycle events, stroller walks,
nature walks, outdoor festivals, all too numerous to list here
individually. If these events appeal, check their list at least
Fridays after the sunset prayer (Maghrib).
Koran, Word for Word, exposition by Imam Anwar Arafat, at
Masjid Ar-Rahman. Some of the Friday noon sermons
at this mosque are available online at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXfMPAjkjTo8ghKT6hzDH_w
if you'd like to listen to a Muslim sermon.
The Hindu Temple (Indian Cultural Center and Temple,
Eads.) has classes in Sanskrit and in Carnatic Music.
Healthy Memphis - Common Table
has a website on the subject of end-of-life planning
They can also provide speakers on this topic for
houses of worship or other organizations.
Music in Germantown prepares a weekly guide to musical
events in Memphis. They are clearly finding out about some
events (especially in churches) that I don't. They have allowed
me to reproduce their weekly newsletter at
Sept 7 and every
Sunday 2:30-4, Memphis Islamic Center, ages 13 and up.
"Seven Habits of Highly Effective Muslim
Teenagers." I don't normally post
house-of-worship youth group meetings, but I liked the
title. Further info Br Malik at 734.644.1966
The Memphis Islamic Center provides a set of links https://www.youtube.com/user/MemphisIslamicCenter https://www.facebook.com/MICmemphis https://twitter.com/micproject
Which I think well exemplifies good use of social media
- it has a lot of sermons and other talks, but I didn't
immediately see youth-group related material there.
2015 notice) Traditional Indian Dance Lessons at
the Indian Cultural Center and Temple:
Dance Classes by Indian Ballet Theatre
Every Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM
Venue: ICCT Multi-Cultural Pavilion
Fee: A nominal donation of $ 40 per month
Dance Masters - Master Ramana and Chandra Prabha
Contact Master Ramana at (901) 387-9646 for
6 PM Fridays - music and prayer:
Award-winning musician Rev. John Kilzer hosts The Way, a service
of recovery, at 6 p.m. every Friday at St. John's United
Methodist Church, 1207 Peabody Ave. The Way focuses on recovery,
encouragement, and hope. Music is a key component of the service
with many local musicians stopping by to perform. The service,
which is a joint ministry of Methodist Healthcare, St. John's,
and the Church Health Center, is free and open to the public.
For more information, call 901-726-4104 or visit http://www.stjohnsmidtown.org.
The Church Health Center
Church Health Center Newsletter has
too many events to list them all
here. I've put excerpts from the
newsletter of May 30, 2016 at
Market Tuesdays through Oct 25/ 1115
Union Ave. Join us at 9 a.m. for a
free healthy cooking class; the market
then runs from10
a.m. to 2 p.m.
* Canoe and Kayak Race June 18
* The Church Health Center
now offers free Diabetes Education, a 2-class
series that will give you the skills to
self-manage your condition. Classes are held
each Tuesday from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Church
Health Center Wellness, 1115 Union.
Registration is not required, and you may
start at any point during the month. Can’t
make it on Tuesday? Diabetes Education is
presented in its entirety from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. the second Saturday of each month.
Registration is required for the Saturday
course. Please call 901-701-2221 to sign up.
* The Church Health Center offers free Commit
to Quit smoking cessation groups each month.
Four-week group sessions start the first
Tuesday of every month from 6 p.m. to 7:15
p.m. at Church Health Center Wellness, 1115
Union Ave. Call 901-701-2222 to enroll.
Jewish Federation and Jewish Foundation of Memphis are
increasingly doing things jointly, as "Jewish Community
Partners." They have a calendar of Jewish events,
We are experimenting with
putting some Quran excerpts, organized by Tanvir Kazmi,
on-line. (more will arrive!) Is there interest in
this? The first very rough draft attempt is at http://memphisirg.org/quranexcerpts.html
Christ United Methodist Church (Poplar opposite Oak Court Mall) has
its website (including events lists and on-line sermons)
Which farmers markets shall we mention
of course the one that runs all year: First
every Saturday, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Find us at the corner of
Cooper St & Walker Ave. in the parking lot of First
On Fridays the Tri-State Defender puts out
a nice "this weekend in Memphis" activities list. I think the actual
web address changes weekly but you'll typically find the link
somewhere on the page http://tsdmemphis.com/greater-metro
SOUP KITCHEN: Every Tuesday
at 3:30 PM the Muslim Student Association at the University
of Memphis recruits volunteers for the Soup Kitchen
sponsored by Rhodes College which takes place at St. John's
United Methodist Church, 1207 Peabody Ave., Memphis 38104.
All are welcome to come help it you'd enjoy meeting these young
people. Even better, if you are out way east, meet with some of
them at the Memphis Islamic Center (near Walnut Grove and Houston
Levee - see our address page) at 2:45 and the carpools leave at 3
PM. For info contact Br. Shehroz Kazmi at 901-216-1022.
The Prizm Ensemble This is a musical group (classical chamber music)
headquartered at Shady Grove Presbyterian Church, corner of
Shady Grove and Yates, with its most important activity being a
music camp and concert series (talented musicians ages 12 and
up) in June each year. http://www.prizmensemble.com/
Bridges, the youth service
agency ( http://www.bridgesusa.org/
) has substantially enlarged its "Bridge Builders" program,
with regular events for young people from 6th grade to 12th
grade. This is an
excellent and very intercultural program and
depends heavily on having a large variety of
participants. It is often the first time that an
inner-city young person encounters a Muslim or a Jew (or
vice-versa.) We recommend it highly. On the other hand,
I don't know how many readers of this page have kids in
that age range or work with youth groups. I'd appreciate
feedback on how often we should be reporting on "Bridge
Builders" events. On this point, mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 327-9735.
Have you ever visited the Memphis Sikh
house of worship, 8221 Macon Rd, Cordova, TN 38018?
The web site with the schedule of services is at http://www.midsouthsikhsabha.org/
evenings. (Started Sept 4)
There is a program at the Memphis Islamic Center in the
late evening (after the Isha prayer, which recently has
been starting at 9:30 PM.) For roughly half an hour, Sheik
Yasir Qadhi, Memphis's nationally known Muslim cleric,
answers questions from Muslims on "Practical issues facing
Muslims", questions which may run from technical questions
about prayer and eating to questions about politics and
civil rights. Non-Muslims who wonder how Muslims are
adjusting to the United States, or want to learn more
about the practical problems facing Muslims in American
society, might want to go and listen.
Sundays 11 AM and
Fridays 7PM - Buddhist Meditation and Dharma Talk
A friend who attends the Sunday
morning program points out that following the meditation, chanting,
and brief lecture, there is a free Vietnamese lunch at the
Vietnamese Buddhist Temple next door.
Training programs at Mid-South
Peace and Justice Center. I have a problem: they do
too much for me to list, but it is scattered between their website http://midsouthpeace.org//,
their Facebook page
http://www.facebook.com/midsouthpeace, and e-mails.
I'll continue to list an occasional activity here, but I urge people
to go to their website and sign up for their e-mails.
Free cooking classes are offered in the demonstration
kitchen at Church Health Center Wellness, 1115 Union Avenue,
every Thursday at 9 a.m.,10:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. For more
information, call (901) 259-4673, or visit
ChurchHealthCenter.org. The Church Health Center and MIFA will host a farmers
market from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesdays starting May 7 and
running through September 24 at Church Health Center
Wellness, 1115 Union Ave. The Market accepts credit, debit,
cash and EBT. For more information, call Suzanne Ray at
(901) 259-4673, Ext. 2237 or visit ChurchHealthCenter.org. The Church Health Center is now offering Wings Cancer
Support Groups at 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. on the 2nd and 4th
Tuesdays of the month at Church Health Center Wellness, 1115
Union Ave. For more information, call (901) 259-4673. Award-winning musician Rev. John Kilzer will host The
Way, a service of recovery at 6 p.m. every Friday at St.
John’s United Methodist Church, 1207 Peabody Ave. The Way
focuses on recovery, encouragement and hope. Music will be a
key component of the service with many local musicians
stopping by to perform. The service, which is a joint
ministry of Methodist Healthcare, St. John’s and the Church
Health Center is free and open to the public. For more
information, call (901) 726-4104 or visit
stjohnsmidtown.org. The Church Health Center is offering a free, six-week
course on diabetes education, helping people to take control
of their diabetes. Classes are Mondays at 11 a.m. or
Thursdays at 6 p.m. at Church Health Center Wellness, 1115
Union Avenue. Those interested can start anytime. For more
information, call (901) 259-4673. No reservation required. The Church Health Center and The University of
Tennessee Health Science Center are hosting the 2013 Women's
Health Conference ("Our Bodies, Ourselves") from 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. on Thursday, September 26, at the UT Alumni Center, 800
Madison Ave. Registration required; seating is limited.
Register at churchhealthcenter.org/midsouth or call
Farmers Markets <seasonal, except for the one at First
and Cooper-Young, "Year-round every Saturday, 8 a.m.
- 1 p.m. Find us at the corner of Cooper St & Walker Ave. in
the parking lot of First Congo www.cycfarmersmarket.org "
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