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Ministry of Compassionate Care for Faith Community Nurses: Comfort and Support for the End of Life, see below


Ministry of Compassionate Care for Faith Community Nurses: Comfort and Support for the End of Life

Presented By: Paula Staab-Polk, BS, RN, and Faith Community Nurse

Date: Thursday, August 29th

Times:       4:30pm Pacific
                            5:30pm Mountain
                            6:30pm Central
                            7:30pm Eastern

This program is presented via “Zoom
Registration is required

Free Webinar for FCNI Members
$10 for Nonmembers until August 15th then registration is $15

Program Objectives:

1. Identify principles of compassionate care

2. Identify needs of the dying family

3. List ways to assess needs and resources that are available

4. Using a case study, identify principles to develop a Ministry of Compassionate Care

For questions about the program or registration please call Linda F Garner, FCNI Director and Chair of Education Committee at 214-926-1125 or email her at or for questions or problems with Zoom please call Brenda Cowan, FCNI Director and Chair of Membership and Outreach Committee at 864-376-9402 or email or use the FCNI email -

Continuing nursing education credit for 1.0 contact hours for this activity has been requested from the Tennessee Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Register Below

Dear Friend:

Assalaamo Alaikum - Greetings of peace to you!

I am writing this letter requesting the honor of your presence at our sixth Interfaith Eid Dinner on Sunday, September 8, 2019. The dinner is going to be held at 6 pm at Masjid Mahdi, 9610 Colvin Boulevard, Niagara Falls, NY 14304.

Eidul Fitr and Eidul Adha are two major festivals in Islam that Muslims celebrate all over the world. Eidul Fitr marks the end of the month of fasting i.e. Ramadhan and Eidul Adha commemorates the willingness of Prophet Abraham to sacrifice his son in submission to the will of God.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community was founded in 1889. Since its inception, our community has been promoting peace, denouncing acts of hate and violence, and working to bring understanding and tolerance through interfaith interactions.

This “interfaith” dinner is an opportunity for us to break bread with our friends, neighbors, and leaders of the communities we live in, with the hope of getting to know one another better, making new friends and strengthening our bond with other residents of this great nation.

Kindly RSVP by Wednesday, September 4, 2019, by email at or by phone at 716-371-9872 and include any friend(s) or family who will attend with you.

I eagerly look forward to meeting you at the interfaith dinner.

May God bless you.


Nasir M. Khan
General Secretary, Buffalo Chapter
Ahmadiyya Muslim Community