Wednesday-Friday, November 4-6
Hilton Charlotte University Place
8629 Jim Keynes Drive, Charlotte
Experience a world-class faculty convened to provide tools for sustainable health interventions. If you are a pastor or a person responsible for the health ministry, annual health fair, kitchen ministry, nurse’s ministry or other aspects of health education, promotion and compassion within your congregation and community, you will want to attend this conference.
For the Council’s church network, the national conference is extending a $100 discount. In addition, the first 10 Partners in Health and Wholeness 2015 Certified Congregations to register for the conference will also receive a $50 reimbursement voucher. For this discount and the additional reimbursement voucher, please contact Ashley Yohman at email@example.com or 919-828-6501.
For more information about the conference or to register without the code or additional voucher, click here. You can keep up with the latest conference news by following them on Twitter @thebalmingilead or their Facebook page. Also, check out our PHW Facebook page for more information about the conference and PHW activities.
Healthy Churches 2020 National Conference PHW Workshop:
Innovative Strategies to Improve Nutrition and Food-Based Church Efforts
This step-by-step interactive workshop will help participants take a closer look at their nutrition and food-based efforts and learn innovative strategies to improve them. Participants will walk away with a comprehensive outline of examples and suggestions with small but effective improvements to take back to their church. Participants will also learn how PHW can help support and fund popular efforts like congregation and community meals, backpack programs, youth activities, and food pantries.
Partners in Health and Wholeness is an initiative of the North Carolina Council of Churches. PHW is a statewide faith-based health program that provides people of faith with the tools, support, and resources necessary to live healthier more fulfilling lives. PHW also aims to enhance the capacity and readiness of faith communities to address their congregant’s and community’s most pressing health issues, specifically regarding nutrition, physical activity, and tobacco cessation. For more information about our program, please visit us on the PHW website.