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Ask the Docs: Preemptive Planning for Public Worship (Zoom)
May 19 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Presented by: Memphis Conference Black Methodists for Church Renewal
Tuesday, May 19, 2020, 1 pm via Zoom
This one-hour Zoom call is sponsored by Memphis Conference Black Methodists for Church Renewal, but it is for any pastor or key layperson of any faith community considering returning to public worship during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rev. Dr. Albert Mosley, Senior Vice President Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare
As the Senior Vice President and Chief Mission Integration Officer for Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare, Rev. Dr. Albert Mosley oversees Methodist Le Bonheur Community Outreach, the Methodist Healthcare Foundation, Corporate Contributions/Strategic Philanthropy, Behavioral Health, the Center for Bioethics and Health Equity, Spiritual Care, and Clinical Pastoral Education.
Dr. Robin Womeodu, Chief Medical Officer Methodist University
Dr. Womeodu, MD has focused her career on addressing health disparities, improving care for medically underserved populations, and building community-based participatory partnerships to address the many psychosocial and socioeconomic barriers to achieving optimal health outcomes.
Dr. Corbi Milligan, Chief Medical Officer Methodist University South, and North
Dr. Milligan, MD is serving in the dual role of Chief Medical Officer for Methodist North and South Hospitals. Dr. Milligan joined Methodist from EmCare Hospitalists in Nashville, TN where she served as Division Medical Director in the Tristar Health Division.
Dr. Cassandra Howard, Chief Medical Officer Methodist Germantown
Dr. Howard, MD has been Chief Medical Officer for Methodist Le Bonheur Germantown Hospital since 2014. Dr. Howard has over 29 years of exemplary service in the United States Air Force in the Air National Guard. She is currently the Senior Medical Officer for Tennessee. She holds the rank of Colonel and serves as the State Air Surgeon assigned to Joint Force Headquarters in Nashville, Tenn.
Moderator: Rev. Dr. Autura Eason-Williams, Pastor Capleville UMC
Black Methodist for Church Renewal (BMCR), is a recognized ethnic caucus of The United Methodist Church. Its mission is “to raise up prophetic and spiritual leaders who will be advocates for the unique needs of ethnic people in The United Methodist Church.” Even though BMCR’s purpose is to be an agitating force in the United Methodist Church that works to loosen the leashes of racism, the caucus doesn’t miss opportunities to express the love of neighbor to ALL PEOPLE. For that reason, the Memphis Conference BMCR is elated to sponsor a forum that gives vital facts about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in regard to signs and symptoms, safety measures, and most importantly the pros and cons of returning to public worship.
PLEASE JOIN US!
BMCR Chair, Mrs. Paula Wooldridge
BMCR Vice-Chair, Rev. Tondala Hayward
Zoom Meeting Details
Meeting ID: 973 9303 6835