Flock gathers for Corner Table

Brandy Templeton
O-N-E contributor

Michael Lennon started serving at The Corner Table In September 2012. He felt led there after a blowing diagnosis of schizophrenia in 1997. After having auditory hallucinations, Lennon lost his job, dropped out of school, and was arrested.

He became homeless and “went missing” from his family. Lennon acknowledges that without family support and support from The Corner Table, he simply would have died.

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