Spirituality and Medicine Seminar Celebrates 15h Anniversary
U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black
WASHINGTON -- Howard University Hospital’s annual “Spirituality and Medicine Seminar Series,” which draws leading physicians and spiritual leaders from across the nation, celebrates its 15th anniversary April 12-14 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, 1000 H. St. in northwest Washington.
The event culminates with a recognition banquet that last year attracted more than 1,000 participants.
The three-day event, which includes seminars, luncheons, a prayer brunch, presents some of the nation’s brightest minds to explore the link between medicine and spirituality.
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This year’s speakers include the Rev. Barry Black, 62nd chaplain of the United States Senate; the Rev. Frederick D. Hayes, senior pastor, of Friendship-West Baptist Church in Dallas; the Rev. Harold B. Betton, M.D., pastor of New Light Baptist Church and principal physician at Betton Clinic in Little Rock, Ark.; Dr. Kara Davis, chief medical officer for Christian Community Health Center in South Holland, Ill., and Dr. Kenneth Alan Jamerson, cardiologist and professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Michigan Health System.
Also speaking are the Rev. William H. Lamar, pastor of Turner Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Church in Hyattsville, Md., and educational consultant to Duke University School of Divinity; Conrad Pridgen, presiding elder for the Western North Carolina Conference of the African Methodist Episcopal Church; Bishop Gregory G.M. Ingram, presiding prelate of the 10th Episcopal District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church; Dr. Yolanda A. Lewis-Ragland, pediatrician at the Children’s Health Project of the District of Columbia and the Children’s National Medical Center, and the Rev. Willet O. Wright of From the Heart Church Ministries in Temple Hills, Md.