Past Events


Nurses’ Appreciation Day 2020

Silver Spring, Maryland
Kathleen Coleman

Nurses are the Heartbeat of HealthCare!  Because you give to others, we want to give to you.  Join us and connect with other Adventist nurses as we celebrate your specialized ministry.  A meet and greet reception will follow.

This event has been postponed.  Please contact us for further information.

03/27/2020 – 03/29/2020

Addiction Recovery Facilitator Training

Glendale, California
Ray Nelson

This event has been postponed.  Please contact us for more information.


Laurelwood Community Health Fair

Woodbury, New Jersey
Collette Wiedecke

Let’s get healthy together!
Plan NOW to be a part of our 1st Annual Community Health Fair and an opportunity to donate much needed blood to the American Red Cross!!!

Sunday, March 1, 2020 10AM to 4PM

Some of the services that will be available at this event are:

  • Breast Exams
  • Visual Acuity Exams
  • Blood Sugar Testing
  • Diabetic Education
  • Chiropractic Health
  • Blood Pressure Testing
  • Stress Management
  • and so much more….

Some of the vendors who will be assisting us with this amazing event are:

  • American Red Cross
  • MD Anderson Cooper Cancer Center
  • NJ Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired
  • Chiropractic Doctor
  • Functional Medicine Doctor
  • Registered Dietitian
  • Registered Nurses
  • Certified Health Coach

This event will serve the community immediate to the church and will also bring attention to our Pathfinder club and the restarting of our school (Delaware Valley Junior Academy).


SDACC Health Ministries Live Webinar Training

Stephanie Schwarz

This event is a Live Facebook Webinar that anyone can watch from anywhere. They just need a Facebook account or know someone that has one. It is a training for Pastors, health leaders and lay people alike. To assist in the healing of our own hearts, as well as spreading the healing to others.

Health Ministries Webinar Training: Join us for a Facebook Live webinar training sponsored by the SDACC Health Ministries, on Sunday, November 24, from 3-5:30pm EST. The webinar training will feature Dr. Dick Tibbits, author of “Forgive To Live: God’s Way.” As well as Vicki Griffin, Health Ministries Director, Michigan Conference, Director of Lifestyle Matters Health Intervention Series. Join us and experience freedom from addictions, situations, and negative emotions that harm us. Experience the freedom in full surrender and rest in Jesus. To take part in the webinar training you need to have a Facebook account, and ask to join the Group: “SDACC Health Ministries.” This training is for Pastors, Health Ministry Leaders, lay health leaders, and anyone interested in health and wellness. We hope you will join us!


ARMin R&R@Blades 2 Year Anniversary

Bowie, Maryland
Darryl Banks

The 2 year Group Anniversary Celebration of the Journey to Wholeness and the lives changed by it, is a testimony of what is available through ARMin!


4pm-6pm – Anniversary Celebration & Journey to Wholeness information session
6pm-7pm – Meeting

11/09/2019 – 11/10/2019

Journey to Wholeness Facilitator Training

Sebring, Florida

Sabbath, November 9
9:00 pm – Onsite registration begins
9:00 am – 7:00 pm – JTW Facilitator Instruction

Sunday, November 10
8:00 am – 6:00 pm – JTW Facilitator Instruction

Note: You must attend all sessions in order to receive the certificate.
Cost: $120 per person ($99 per person through Oct 10, 2010)

AdventHealth Sebring Hospital
4200 Sun ‘n Lake Boulevard
Sebring, FL  33872

Register online at


Biblical Prescriptions for Health

Syracuse, New York
Joan Payne RN,NP Health Ministries Leader

Dr. Marcum is an Adventist cardiologist and will be speaking on health and why we are sick.  Many people, today,  have chronic health problems and this presentation will teach people how to live  a healthier lifestyle.  Dr. James Marcum, MD FACC, practices with the Chattanooga Health Institute in Tennessee and is Speaker/Director of HeartWise Ministries.

10:55 am Worship Service – Dr. James Marcum, speaking on “The Physiology of Worship.”
Vegetarian Fellowship Luncheon following church service
2 pm program with Dr. James Marcum doing presentation on “why we are sick.”  Q&A session included.

10/18/2019 – 10/20/2019

A Practical Guide to Effective Health Ministry

Russell, Manitoba
Glenda Nischuk

Ministering to the health needs of the community is a vital part of God’s last-day message to the world.  When done effectively, it opens the hearts of people from all backgrounds to the gospel truths.  This seminar will look at the practical keys to running a power-filled health ministry at your church.  This course is offered by the Health Ministries department of the North American Division, and is highly recommended for all health ministry leaders.

In one of the twelve vision statements developed by the Manitoba-Saskatchewan Conference, number 4 states:

4.  Area training for broad spectrum community service including health ministries.

There is an urgent  need in our conference for this type of  Health Ministries training.  As the communities become more secular it is harder for the churches in our conference to attract individuals to our evangelistic efforts.  The one area that does seem to still hold an attraction is in the area of health as most individuals are still interested in bettering their health or the health of their families.    In order to send out effective disciples in the area of health ministries we need appropriate training to better equip us to reach the world with this all important “entering wedge”.

Friday October 18, 2019
4:30 pm — Check in & Registration
6:00 pm — Light Supper
7:00 – 9:00 pm — Training Session

Sabbath October 19, 2019
8:30 am — Breakfast
9:30 am — Sabbath Worship
12:30 pm — Lunch
2:00 pm — Training Session
6:00 pm — Supper
7:30 – 9:00 pm — Training Session

Sunday October 20, 2019
7:30 am — Breakfast
8:30 am — Training Session
12:00 pm — Close

NOTE: Participants must make their own lodging accommodations at the Russell Inn & Conference Centre, Ph: 1-800-665-0678.

10/09/2019 – 10/12/2019

Lifestyle Intervention in Natural Remedy Therapies

Rapidian, Virginia
Angela Pulley

LIFESTYLE INTERVENTION WITH NATURAL REMEDY THERAPIES, Over 15 CME/CEU hours of Reliable Scientific, Evidence-based Natural Remedy Therapies for Acute/Chronic Lifestyle Induced Diseases available.

This program is designed support the NAD mission by providing health care professionals, educators and clergy with reliable, scientific, evidence-based natural remedy therapies for acute and chronic lifestyle induced diseases. The attendees will be informed in three important objectives: Medically, the primary emphasis is placed on prevention through three therapeutic procedures—mental hygiene, physical medicine, and diet therapy. Educationally, the endeavor is made, not simply to cure the immediate malady, but to instruct the patient in basic principles of health that can be applied at home and carry out in future living. Inspirationally/Spiritually, the health principles are presented in an inspirational setting, with the hope of furnishing the client/patient an inspirational incentive to live in harmony with natural laws and find release from the tensions of life in a fellowship with The Almighty.


Miramonte Christian School Walk-a-Thon

Los Altos, California
Mrs Rose Shimizu

The Miramonte Christian School (MCS) Home&School sponsors the annual Walk-a-Thon fundraiser held in the fall about the same time as the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists’s fitness focus day (previously known as Let’s Move Day).  The Seventh-day Adventist Church has long promoted a message of healthful living by bringing together all the components of a healthy lifestyle, including quality nutrition and daily physical activity to ensure a healthy future for all, especially our children.

Event times:  9:00 am – 12:00 noon