How churches can deal with Aids
A SEMINAR, “Churches Living with HIV/Aids”, will be held at Kampong Kapor Methodist Church (KKMC) on Oct 25 from 2 pm to 5.30 pm. Admission is free.
There will be four speakers. The Rev Dr Donald Messer of The United Methodist Church and Executive Director of the Centre for the Church and Global Aids, will address the topic “From Breaking the Conspiracy of Silence to Sharing a Spirituality of Life”; Mr Jeremy Choy, a Board member of City Harvest Community Services, will discuss “How a Church without Walls Embraces the Outcasts”; Ms Geraldine Subramaniam, Administrator, Ministry of Catholic Aids Response Effort (CARE), will talk about “Hospitality and Acceptance for the Marginalised”; and Ms Ho Lai Peng, Principal Medical Social Worker at the Communicable Disease Centre, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, will discuss “How to Care for People Living with HIV”.
The Rev Dr Messer will round off the seminar with a talk entitled “A Spiritual and Holistic Approaches to the HIV/Aids Crisis”.
In conjunction with the seminar, organised by TRAC Board of Outreach and Social Concern and KKMC, there will be an exhibition by World Vision, Health Promotion Board, Communicable Disease Centre and Catholic Aids Response Centre.
To register, call Mr Vincent Ho at tel: 6478-4750 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by Oct 19.