At the close of both rallies, appeals were made and both pastors and lay people responded with their commitments to serve in this important initiative. | Photo Credit: Christa McConnell
In a run-up to the mega clinic, Indianapoois churches held two rallies—in English and Spanish—on Sabbath afternoon, Oct. 16, 2021, to interact with potential volunteers to help fill the need for hundreds of volunteers.
At the Glendale Church, a team of Pathways leaders, with Ivan Golubic as President of PTH, and Kathryn Profitt as chairperson of the Pathways board, shared with attendees that the event will take place at the Lucas Oil Stadium, with setup taking place on April 14, screening beginning on April 17 and concluding on April 21.
Previous PTH events featured thousands of people taking advantage of the free services and learning more about the Seventh-day Adventist church.
Officers of the Lake Union, Lake Region and Indiana conferences also attended the rallies and expressed their strong support of the event and encouraged their members to volunteer their time and resources.
At the close of both rallies, appeals were made and both pastors and lay people responded with their commitments to serve on this important initiative.
Besides the needs for medical professionals, PTH has also categorized their volunteer needs to areas such as beautician and barber services, transportation, food services, children’s services and many more.
To register as a volunteer, please visit the website - www.pathwaytohealth.org. and click on the section marked “volunteers.”
We ask for your prayers, that God will provide the laborers that are needed to work in the harvest that God has called His church to do.
Carmelo Mercado is vice president of the Lake Union Conference.