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Faith Community Nurse Course


Fridays & Saturdays
Sept 23-24 through Oct 21-22


 

Open to Registered Professional Nurses of any denomination or faith.


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Membership to the Parish Nurse Ministries of New York, Inc. is open to registered nurses of all denominations and all faiths.  The Basic Parish Nurse Training program does not need to have been completed before joining.  Read More

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2022
Membership Meetings Calendar



July 16th, 2022
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Zoom Meeting & Presentation
Annual Election of Officers*

Voting restricted to members only.


Speaker: Dr. Ursuline Bankhead
“Let's Have an Honest, Compassionate Conversation - Session 2”

*Zoom link will be sent to members by Wednesday, July 13th

Non-members are encouraged to participate, email pnmny179@gmail.com for access to the link.





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Parish Nurse Ministries of New York, Inc.

Annual Election of Officers*



Saturday, June 16, 2022
@ 9 AM



Speaker: Dr. Ursuline Bankhead
“Let’s Have an Honest, Compassionate Conversation - Session 2”






Dr. Ursuline Bankhead is a licensed Psychologist from Western New York, and a graduate of Buffalo Public Schools, Penn State University, East Carolina University, and the University at Buffalo.

She has presented and trained on various topics including communication, implicit bias, diversity and inclusion, grief and loss, cognitive impairment, intergenerational trauma, and gender issues for various organizations and groups. Dr. Bankhead led a workshop for the Parish Nurse Ministries of New York in 2020 and on June 11, 2022, “Let’s Have an Honest, Compassionate Conversation”-Session #1

Presently, she is the Psychology Chief/Assistant Chief of Mental Health and Chair of the Health Equity Committee for the VA Western New York Healthcare System. Additionally, she is a member of the Attorney Grievance Committee for the 8th Judicial District of New York State and has served as a consultant and supporter of Girl Scouts of Western New York.

*Only members in good standing may vote.

Zoom link will be sent to members by Wednesday, July 13th.

Non-members are encouraged to participate, email pnmny179@gmail.com for access to the link.


Please join us & mark your calendars for
Saturday, July 16th at 9am!






Parish Nurse Ministries of New York, Inc. responds to the May 14, 2022 Buffalo Shootings


We know so many of our PNMNY family both living in the city and those in surrounding areas are heavy hearted and praying to understand how such evil could come to a vibrant and beloved generational neighborhood in Buffalo.

We offer the prayer below with our best intentions, knowing our words may not be the right ones, but are words from our hearts to all of our faith community nurses, your churches and parishes, family, friends, neighbors, and all who serve our community.

We offer ourselves to serve all who are affected in our community in this crisis. Those of you who know where the need is greatest, please direct our resources of donations, on site service, support, prayers, faith and love. The PNMNY stands ready to journey alongside wherever there is a need.

For all those who have died, and fallen victim to hatred and inhumanity,
for those loved ones who are left behind to mourn,
for the souls of those whose hearts are cold, we pray:

For the mothers and fathers who must try to explain the unexplainable, we pray:

For the redemption of souls of both victim and perpetrator,
for those who commit themselves to the forgiveness of sins, we pray:

In hope that the arc of history bends toward justice,
we lift up our prayers for racial healing, saying:

Bind us together, O God of love.
For the Church, that its prophetic voice may proclaim to
all the challenge to break the hopeless cycles of ignorance,
prejudice, and despair which degrade the sacred
dignity of humankind and perpetuate systemic racism, we pray:

For our community and country, that we might celebrate our racial diversity
and the distinctive and rich contributions of every fiber of
our cultural fabric, we pray:

For wise and decisive action on the part of local and national leaders,
and all members of our communities,
that the scandal and sin of racism may be eradicated
from our society, we pray:

For an end to the subtle racism of economic oppression
which permeates our society’s structures
and resides in many hearts, we pray:

For our faith communities, that they may not succumb
to indifference or accept the status quo, but press on
for fundamental change, we pray:

For the victims of racial discrimination, that they may be
filled with hope for a more just future, healing from wounds
received, courage to advocate for change and for peace,
and the grace to overcome hated with love, we pray:

For all who work for racial justice,
that they may be sustained in hope,
empowered with courage,
and filled with the grace to persevere in love,
we pray: Amen

"Salvetoday" & “Author Unknown,” Xavier University,
https://www.xavier.edu/jesuitresource/online-resources/prayer-index/prayers-for-racial-justice-and-reconciliation




Memorial Contributions


Memorial contributions can be made below or mail your contribution to:
Parish Nure Ministries of WNY, PO Box 842, Buffalo, NY 14240-0842.
Please put a note in the memo field that it is a Memorial Contribution.
One check will be sent to True Bethel Baptist church, Buffalo, NY
All proceeds to benefit those in need.