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We’re back in person! BYOB+B (bring your own beer and blanket). 20s and 30s, come join us for a night of spiritual nourishment and community, as Kelley Henderson, Executive Director of Catholic Charities of West Tennessee, shares with us the call of discipleship we are each called to live out in our day to day lives.
*We will be practicing social distancing and mask wearing throughout the event. Weather permitting, we will be sitting outside Marian Hall on the amphitheater steps. Bring your own blanket to sit on. In case of rain, we will move inside Marian Hall where chairs will be placed 6ft apart from each other.

Place: Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception 

1695 Central Ave, Memphis, TN 38104

Time: 7:00 PM

Date: Thursday, October 29


About our speaker:
Kelley currently serves as Executive Director at Catholic Charities of West Tennessee. Founded in 1971, Catholic Charities serves over 50,000 people each year across the Diocese of Memphis with the help of thousands of volunteers to provide solutions to end hunger, end homelessness, and close achievements gaps for families struggling with poverty.
He has been involved with homeless outreach and poverty issues since 2006, transitioning from a private sector career where he provided wealth management services to retirees and small business owners for 12 years.
Kelley says that his work with the poor was an “unexpected vocation,” and one that has offered him purpose and inspiration for many years. He is passionate about volunteerism, and often speaks on the topic to help communities connect and learn how to be neighbors.
He is a graduate of Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, GA with a Bachelor of Business Administration, and earned a Master of Theological Studies from Spring Hill College in Mobile, AL. Kelley lives in Memphis and is the proud father of a daughter at Mercer University in Georgia.
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