The 32nd Annual National Week of Prayer for the Heading of AIDS Noonday Prayer Series wil be held every day for March 7th – March 11th, 2022, at noon. This 15-minute prayer will be conducted by a different pastor each day.
The Conference line to join is 202-926-1127, and the access code is #946439
March 7, 2022
Rev. Nicolle D. Harris
Duryee Memorial AME Zion Church
March 8, 2022
Rev. Lamont Anthony Wells
Rev. Lamont Anthony Wells
Lutheran Campus Ministry Network
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Inc.
African Descendent Lutheran Association
March 9, 2022
Rev. Dr. Christopher Hamlin
Tabernacle Baptist Church
March 10, 2022
Bishop Wendell B. Sumter
Zion Mill Baptist Church
March 11, 2022
Rev. Dr. Patrica Gould-Champ
Faith Community Baptist Church
Faith & HIV Webinar
SHERO: The Impact of Faith in Conversations with Women living with HIV
For many, faith has been the pillar of one’s every day journey. They lean to faith to overcome many obstacles, especially related to health and wellness. This session will highlight the impact that faith plays in addressing issues regarding women and HIV. The panel will share stories on how women have been empowered through engagement and building community.
Kelly E. Wagner, Moderator
Center for Technical Assistance, Training, and Research Support
The MayaTech Corporation
Dr. Allysha C. Maragh-Bass
Behavioral, Epidemiological, and Clinical Sciences Division
Vanessa Johnson, JD
African-Americans Reach & Teach Health (AARTH) Ministry
Facebook Live event: Black Women and HIV in 2022
Dr. P will kick off the National Week of Prayer for the Healing of AIDS in conversation with Shirley Selvage from Birmingham, AL, to dialogue about the stigma associated with persons living with HIV. Since her diagnosis, Ms. Selvage will share life experiences and ways the faith community can engage in prevention conversations.
March 6, 2022 @6pm
Dr. Pernessa C. Seele
Founder & CEO
Balm In Gilead, Inc.
Shirley Selvage, MAEd.
Coordinator of Health Education
University of Alabama at Birmingham 1917 Clinic
The mission of The Balm In Gilead is to prevent diseases and improve the health status of people of African Descent by supporting faith institutions in areas of program design, implementation, and evaluation to strengthen their capacity to programmatically eliminate health disparities.
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