Network News - October/November 2017


Fall weather and the official season is now upon us. These weeks can be busy as we get back into the swing of our ministries and plan the ministry year. Our office has been very busy working on upcoming programs and activities. We are especially proud to co-sponsor the Excellence in Eldercare Symposium in October. Great information for seniors will be shared that is important for all who serve in faith communities. Check out the details inside this edition among other news and resources. As always - if we can be of any assistance just give us a call. In this time of thankfulness, we are grateful for all you do! Have a blessed and healthy fall. 


Success Story

Aley United Methodist Church - CARE & SHARE Program, ‘Walking Alongside’ Those in Crisis! Learn more.

Educational Opportunities

Check out the 2017 Excellence in ElderCare Symposium: Shining A Spotlight on Healthy Aging, Being Mortal, and the Tristate Trauma Network 2017 Fall Conference. Learn more.

Community Resources

Don’t miss the Catholic Social Services Fall 2017 Event Series, Conversation For Change, Wellbeing Center New Class Schedule and the Save-the-Date: Annual Diabetes Expo. Learn more.

Monthly Resources and Information

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, check out resources for October through January and recipes – Slow cooker Black Eyed Pea Soup and Quick Turkey Rice Soup. Learn more.

Greater Dayton Area FCN/Health Ministers Network

Next meeting, Nov. 9, Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End

Contact Us

The health ministries program is honored to be serving faith communities in Southwest Ohio for the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of their congregations. To learn more about how we can assist your faith community, contact us.

Michelle Randall, Program Coordinator
1046 Brown St. (Catholic Social Services building, second floor)
Dayton, Ohio 45409
Phone: (937) 227-9454(937) 227-9454
Fax: (937) 341-8838

Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

We are often out in the community at meetings and working with faith communities. If you want to stop by the office, we recommend that you call or email first.