Hospice Seeks to Involve Clergy
Hospice of Dayton is reaching out to members of the clergy to better serve the needs of the terminally ill in the community.
Hospice of Dayton recently conducted a survey of community clergy seeking feedback on how to best meet the needs of parishioners at the end of life. Based on that survey, Hospice of Dayton is launching new programs and providing support to clergy members. According to Kim Vesey, Vice President of Mission Support with Hospice of Dayton, “We continue to seek involvement and recommendations for ministering to the sick, dying and grieving members of congregations in the Miami Valley.”
For additional information about the initiative, please contact Kim Vesey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 256-4490.
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