Bridge the silence and stigma that too often separate those in faith communities from those in the HIV/AIDS community. Enjoy an ecumenical worship service and display of an AIDS Memorial Quilt, hear from those who work in treatment and those directly impacted by the disease, then join in small-group sessions to discuss the risks that color interactions between these groups. Our houses of faith have a unique set of gifts and graces. How can they be used in the fight against HIV/AIDS and how can we come together to address this health issue?
11:00 AM - Registration
11:30 AM - Chapel Service
12:30 PM - Complimentary Lunch
1:30 PM - Panel discussion featuring local leaders
3:00 PM - Breakout sessions
4:00 PM - Closing remarks
While this event is complimentary, we ask that you please pre-register to ensure that we will be able to provide lunch for everyone.
Presented by Christian Theological Seminary, Indiana University Health, and The United Methodist Students of CTS. 317-931-4224 or firstname.lastname@example.org.