Interfaith prayer and memorial service to be held at Crosstown Concourse, November 2, 2021
Church Health and an ecumenical group of Memphis Clergy are calling the Memphis faith community together for a time of reflection and remembrance to honor those we have lost to COVID-19 across Shelby County in an interfaith prayer and memorial service at Crosstown Concourse which is open to the public.
The service will take place on All Souls Day, November 2, 2021 at 5 p.m. on the Plaza at Crosstown Concourse. Led by Scott Morris, MD, MDiv and Joshua Narcisse, MDiv with Church Health, other faith leaders who will participate are:
Rabbi Micah Greenstein, Temple Israel
Sh. Anwar Arafat, Memphis Islamic Center
Reverend Ayanna Watkins. Memphis Interfaith Coalition for Action and Hope (MICAH)
Deacon Henry Littlejohn, Catholic Diocese of Memphis
Pastor David Coombs, Bellevue Baptist Church
Bishop Phoebe Roaf, Episcopal Diocese of West Tennessee
Reverend Scott Walters, Calvary Episcopal Church
Reverend Doctor Stacy Spencer, New Direction Christian Church
Reverend Doctor J. Lawrence Turner, Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church.
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