News & Events

24th Annual Home For Christmas Concert

If you're a fan of top-notch Southern gospel music, or Christmas music, or just live music in general, you will not want to miss The Inmans' 24th annual Home For Christmas Concert! This annual event features some of the finest Southern gospel talent around, and it is a real treat.

Christmas Care Packages

Looking for a practical way for your family or friends to care to someone in need this Christmas? Look no further! Christmas Care Packages are a great way to bring comfort and joy to one or more guests at Memphis Union Mission. For each person you wish to help, get a shoe box and fill it with a variety of items, including:

Memphis Union Mission Christmas Cards

Memphis Union Mission Christmas cards are a great way to give a Christmas gift in honor of family, friends, clients or employees. And you can know that your gift is making a real difference to homeless Memphians.

Warm Coats and Warm Hearts Coat Drive

When you’re homeless during the winter, having a warm coat is not only a blessing; it can be a life-saver. And for Memphis Union Mission, being able to distribute clean, usable coats is an important way to serve our guests.

Job Opening for Moriah House Counselor

Are you a lady who has a heart for ministering to other women in Jesus' name and helping them rebuild their lives? If so, Memphis Union Mission's Moriah House ministry has a full-time job opening for a position on the counseling team. Click here to download a full job description.

Mission Announces Legacy of Hope Campaign

Today is a historic day for Memphis Union Mission and for our community. We are embarking on a new chapter as we break ground on Phase I of our new Opportunity Center. This new facility will eventually replace our current emergency shelter, which has been overcrowded and functionally obsolete for some time.

“At my lowest point, I felt God intervene in my life.”

Travis hadn’t prayed in years. But sitting in a jail cell in Athens, Tennessee, he prayed fervently to God for help. He was about to face a judge who would determine the length of his prison sentence. Travis knew that without divine intervention, he wouldn’t get the help he needed to get sober.

Celebrate recovery meets weekly

If you are a man in need of encouragement in your struggle with addiction, or if you are a graduate of Memphis Union Mission’s Iron-On-Iron program, you are cordially invited to join us every Thursday night for Celebrate Recovery at the Opportunity Center (600 Poplar Ave.).  Dinner will be served from 5 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., and we will meet from 5:45 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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