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Light & Life

Posted by on Oct 25, 2015 in Fellowship, Meetings, Teaching | 0 comments

Light & Life

A successful first start We had a wonderful turnout at last week’s “Light & Life Conference” in Rochester, and the impartation is still soaking in with the promise of bearing good fruit in the days to come. We deeply appreciated the sacrifice of those who took the day off, many of whom traveled great distances to join us, and the gift of fellowship we shared! Our thanks go out to all who prayed, helped us prepare, gave presentations, and made the effort to be with us. We are still gathering and posting presentations online (accessible...

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Winter Missions Breakfast

Posted by on Jan 3, 2015 in Meetings, Missions | 0 comments

Winter Missions Breakfast

Focus On Missions Please set aside the date and sign up now for our Winter Missions Breakfast coming up on Saturday, January 24th, from 9-11 am at the Rochester Academy of Medicine, 1441 East Avenue. We’re looking forward to some inspiring presentations (see list below) so mark your calendars and respond using our RSVP page. Drs. Elizabeth & Ethan Helm (Family Medicine & Pediatrics) – Bangladesh Dr. Ellen Dailor (Anesthesiology) – Shisong Hospital, Cameroon Paul Violanti, NP (Jericho Road Global Missions Director)...

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2014 Global Missions Health Conference

Posted by on Oct 19, 2014 in Missions | 0 comments

2014 Global Missions Health Conference

The 2014 Global Missions Health Conference  in Louisville, KY is soon approaching on November 6-8 and its organizers are in full gear to develop this experience with quality and excellence so you can connect and learn along with thousands of other people interested in healthcare missions. There will be a large variety of speakers, wide range of exhibiting organizations, and some special new events for this year. Even though the notice is late, check out the GMHC website and see if you can find a way to...

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Roots and Fruit

Posted by on Oct 19, 2014 in Meetings, Teaching | 0 comments

Roots and Fruit

We had a deeply encouraging time of fellowship and edification at the Academy of Medicine at yesterday’s Fall Breakfast! Dr. David Holmes made gave an engaging and stimulating presentation about “Experiencing God” in our daily lives that’s worth making available here, both for those who attended and those who couldn’t make the event. Just click on this link, review Dr. Holmes’ PowerPoint presentation, and let us know if you’d like to have a Workbook or Prayer...

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Our CMDA Connection

Posted by on Oct 2, 2014 in Leadership | 0 comments

Our CMDA Connection

Last night URMCCF leaders met at the Morehouses’ with Scott Boyles, Northeast Regional Director for CMDA to celebrate his birthday (!) and talk about how we can better access and use CMDA’s student esources in the future. We were all encouraged by our time together and encourage anyone in the medical field to investigate for themselves all that CMDA has to offer, both to students and graduate providers in their years of practice...

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MCCF Fall Breakfast

Posted by on Aug 31, 2014 in Fellowship, Meetings | 0 comments

MCCF Fall Breakfast

Our MCCF Fall Breakfast will be on Saturday, October 18, 9-11 am at the Rochester Academy of Medicine, 1441 East Avenue. “Looking for more in your Experience of God?” Dr. David Holmes, Family Doctor/Teacher “You may have been frustrated in your Christian experience because you know God has a more abundant life for you than you have experienced so far. Perhaps you have been a believer for many years, but your Christian life has become dry and monotonous. Maybe you have heard others excitedly talking about what God is doing in their...

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A Legacy of Love

Posted by on Apr 20, 2014 in Fellowship | 0 comments

A Legacy of Love

What could be more amazing than arriving at the tomb and finding it empty, meeting an angel, discovering that the person you thought was dead is really alive and loves you more than you can even imagine? Easter fills us with hope that grows stronger and stronger with each year, each season. Sometimes it seems like winter will never pass and that spring will never come, but then there it is! Warmth and love and life and flowers! It’s far, far deeper and broader and eternally more significant than Easter eggs and baskets and...

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Christian Fellowship Luncheon

Posted by on Apr 2, 2014 in Fellowship, Missions | 0 comments

Christian Fellowship Luncheon

Hello everyone, I apologize for the late notice, but our last monthly luncheon of the year will be moved to next Thursday at noon in PBL1. There is a global health talk hosted by FMIG this Thursday in Class of 62 auditorium that I would highly encourage everyone to come! Below is the information: Where: Class of ’62 Auditorium Who: FMIG students/Global Health Pathways students When: noon-1:00 Speaker: Dr. Richard Rockefeller, Former Chair of the US Advisory Board to Doctors Without Borders (ESF) Title of Talk: Doctors Without Boarders...

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Nicaragua trip needs team members!

Posted by on Apr 1, 2014 in Missions | 0 comments

Nicaragua trip needs team members!

Chris Borghi-Cavallaro writes: It is with great joy that I am writing to tell you that this June I will be returning to House of Hope Nicaragua with two fellow Rochesterians: Natalie Masco and Kara Fink. Natalie is a family nurse practitioner and an instructor of nursing at St.John Fisher College, and Kara is a wonderful young woman from my church who will be serving in the capacity of a logistics person. The team still has a need for the following positions: 1. One pastor. 2. One doctor. 3. One Dentist. 4. One pathologist and/or...

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Bible Study this Tuesday: 2 Samuel 7

Posted by on Apr 1, 2014 in Meetings | 0 comments

Bible Study this Tuesday: 2 Samuel 7

Bible study is back on this Tuesday at 7 pm.  We will be looking at 2 Samuel 7 (click to open). Looking forward to another awesome discussion. Colleen and Theresa

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