Is it safe to say that cancer appears on the prayer list in every church?
Churches are faced with the need to minister to cancer patients and their families in a meaningful and uplifting way with minimal resources. In addition, the length and complications of cancer treatments makes the needs of cancer families longer term and more complex than other health issues.
Join Karen Tripp MS, LMFT, as she discusses Taking Christ to the Cancer Community. Learn not only how to use your volunteer team to connect with the medical community and cancer resources, but how to use the Cancer Companions ministry to draw those impacted by cancer closer to Christ.
For anyone interested in impacting cancer in their church and community (pastors, parish nurses, lay members, Chaplains, Hospice workers, Stephen Ministers, care teams, cancer survivors and caregivers).
North Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church ~Dixon Chapel
700 Waterfield Ridge Place
Garner, NC 27529
Monday, July 25, 2016
Lunch from 11:00 – 1:00 with discussion from 12:00 – 1:00
Please register by Thursday, July 24th. Limited Seating so register early.
PLEASE NOTE – Free registration for the first 10 United Methodist members that register. Please fill out the form found on this link: http://www.cancer-companions.org/events/north-carolina/ and when it pulls up the information to pay, just cancel out ? That way you are registered without paying.