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Next School of Applied Ministry Class

posted Jul 10, 2017, 4:11 PM by HAPC Huntsville
For Stephen Ministers, Ministers of Communion, Congregational Nurses, Elders, Deacons, Pastors and All Who Give Spiritual Care

Someone in your congregation is responsible for the care of a person with chronic or terminal illness or disability or mental illness. And they are struggling. How can you help? How can you give spiritual care? What can you say or do?

The Spiritual Care of Care Givers of People with Physical or Cognitive Decline or Mental Illness
Presented by the School of Applied Ministry of the Huntsville Association for Pastoral Care

Tuesday, September 12, 6:00-8:30 pm
(Supper and Registration at 5:30)
First Baptist Church
600 Governor’s Dr.
(Entrance 7 on the North)

Cost $35 (includes supper!) except for those from sponsoring churches. (Inquire about sponsorship.) To register or for more information: or 256 883-6539. (Please let us know if you are coming and, if you have to cancel, please give us 24 hour notice.)

CEU’s will be available for nurses and social workers through HAPC (ABN1490), Eugenia Graves, RN, BS, FCN, HAPC Education Director). Participants will be able to identify at least three needs and challenges of care giving and at least three ways a spiritual care provider could address those needs.

Dr. Willie Brunetti, Retired Air Force Officer, BA in Business, MA in Public Administration and Christian Education, Doctor of Educational Ministry, Personal Experience as a Care Giver
Dr. Elizabeth Hall, Retired College Professor, Writer, Consultant to Families and Life Coach, Personal Experience as Care Giver for Both Physical and Cognitive Decline