Emory Spiritual Health hosts interfaith panel on palliative spiritual care in Johns Creek

Woodruff Health Sciences Center | Oct. 29, 2018


Alysia Satchel
Senior Manager, Media Relations


Emory Healthcare’s Spiritual Health department will host an interfaith panel discussion on end-of-life spiritual care for staff and the community on Wednesday, Nov. 7 at Emory Johns Creek Hospital. Attendees will learn more about three Abrahamic traditions (Judaism, Christianity and Islam) on appropriate ways to provide compassionate end-of-life spiritual care for patients and/or family and friends.

Rabbi Judith Beiner, Community Chaplain for Jewish Family & Career Services in Atlanta, Rev. Kevin Martin, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, and Noor Abbady, co-founder of the Interfaith Speakers Network of Atlanta will serve as guest speakers.

Interfaith Panel on end-of-life spiritual care

Wednesday, Nov. 7 from 1:30 – 2:30 p.m.

Emory Johns Creek Hospital
(Lower level, classrooms A & B)
6325 Hospital Parkway
Johns Creek, GA 30097

This event is free and open to the community.

For more information about spiritual health at Emory Johns Creek Hospital, call 678-474-7191 or go to www.emoryhealthcare.org/spiritual-health.