Health Ministry in the Small Church:
Free Teleseminar sponsored by National Episcopal Health Ministries, The Episcopal Church Center Office of Congregational Development and The eMinistry Network
November 9th from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern
November 14th from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern
- The Rev. Jean Denton, past Executive Director for National Episcopal Health
- Maryfran Crist, Regional Representative for National Episcopal Health Ministries and a parish nurse in rural Illinois
What is a Teleseminar?
A teleseminar is a conference call, which provides a focused presentation of information along with plenty of time for questions and answers.
What is Health Ministry?
Health Ministry in a local congregation is an intentional ministry focusing on both healing and health, combining the ancient traditions of the Christian community and the knowledge and tools of modern health care.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone from a small congregation (average Sunday attendance of 70 or less) who is interested in learning about health ministries and how to incorporate health ministry as part of pastoral care and outreach in their congregation
What Will You Learn?
Understand the definition of health ministry
Learn the process for beginning a health ministry in your congregation
Understand how to implement and evaluate a health ministry
Identify resources available to you for beginning a health ministry
Once you have registered through www.eministrynetwork.org, you will receive a confirmation email with the phone call information you’ll need to call in to the class. The class will have a page on the eMinistry website with notes, resources and a pre-class outline. You can learn more information about Episcopal Health Ministries at www.episcopalhealthministries.org or by calling #317-253-1277 X 34.