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Overdose Awareness Event, Thursday, August 30

    August 30, 6:30-8 pm, Mary’s Gourmet Diner, 723 N. Trade Street, Winston-Salem On Thursday, August 30th from 6:30-8:00 pm, the Twin City Harm Reduction Collective (TCHRC), along with other sponsoring groups and agencies, will sponsor a community wide gathering, Not One More: Remembering Loved Ones, Hope for those Struggling with Addiction. This event will take place […]

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Next FaithHealth Learning Forum, October 8

      October 8, 2018  Hubbard Learning Center at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, Winston-Salem The Learning Forum will introduce you to the FaithHealth movement in North Carolina. It is designed for congregational, community and health leaders. Explore with us what we are learning, how to adapt national Stakeholder Health models to your specific […]

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William Barber to keynote Hatch FaithHealth Lecture, Raleigh, Nov. 27

Save the Date 3rd Annual John W. Hatch FaithHealth Lecture November 27, 2018 Shaw University, Raleigh, North Carolina   The Division of FaithHealth Ministries at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and Shaw University Divinity School invite you to the Third Annual John W. Hatch FaithHealth Lecture Series on Tuesday, November 27, 2018,  10 am – […]

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Clergy Resilience

Please join us for our next free clergy education event.  Chaplain Dana Patrick, Staff Chaplain with the First Responder Chaplaincy program, will speak about “Clergy Resilience: Tools for the Trade.” Chaplain Patrick is an experienced minister, a resiliency coordinator, and chaplain. In this session you will learn about the biology of stress and practical tools that […]

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FaithHealth Fellows: 2018 Graduates

  Pictured first row, Graylin Carlton and Dianne Horton; middle row, Brooks Johnson and Renee Rutherford; back row, Zack King and Anita Holmes; Melissa Stancil (not pictured) by Emily Viverette Congratulations to the second cohort of FaithHealth Fellows! On April 27, the seven community leaders graduated to become “Fellows for Life.” For the past 18 months, the […]

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