Breakfasts

2020 Fall Non-Breakfast

Posted by on Oct 26, 2020 in Breakfasts, Interesting | 0 comments

2020 Fall Non-Breakfast

“United in God’s Love” Our MCCF Fall Non-Breakfast will be Saturday, November 7, 9-11 am in the Scout Room* at Brighton Presbyterian Church 1775 East Avenue 14610 Free! (no breakfast will be served) *** Various Speakers will be sharing words of testimony, insight, encouragement, prayer, or amusing or uplifting anecdotes with us about how to live in victorious faith in the midst of the pandemic, polarization, and general tumult of our times. *** Please wear a cheerful mask and prepare to be responsibly distanced at large tables. We anticipate about 30 in attendance, will have big, round...

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Winter Missions Breakfast 2020

Posted by on Dec 21, 2019 in Breakfasts, Members, Missions | 0 comments

Winter Missions Breakfast 2020

Focus On Missions Please set aside the date and sign up now for our Winter Missions Breakfast coming up on Saturday, January 25th, 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, respond using our RSVP page, and come out to hear how some of your colleagues are crossing cultures to share their faith and skills with people groups in need. Dr. Christine Borghi-Cavallaro (Family Medicine) – Honduras/Nicaragua Clara Pak (Medical Student) – Northern China Dr. Joseph...

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2019 Fall Breakfast

Posted by on Sep 15, 2019 in Breakfasts, Teaching | 0 comments

2019 Fall Breakfast

“Living Faith in Academia”   Our MCCF Fall Breakfast will be on Saturday, October 19, 9-11 am   Brighton Presbyterian Church* 1775 East Avenue 14610   Dr. Elise van der Jagt, MD, MPH will share with us about A Life of Faith in the Medical Center and the attendant blessings and challenges that accompany his administrative clinical, and teaching, roles as a Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at URMC and specialist in Critical Care at Golisano Children’s Hospital. This will be a wonderful opportunity to strengthen the bridge we have in faith between Town and Gown and reexamine how we may...

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2019 Missions Breakfast

Posted by on Feb 2, 2019 in Breakfasts, Members, Missions | 0 comments

2019 Missions Breakfast

Winter Missions Breakfast Saturday, February 2 from 9-11 am Rochester Academy of Medicine We had a wonderful time in fellowship and experiencing the inspiring presentations of our colleagues at our annual Missions Breakfast this year. There were 50 enthusiastic attendees, including students, practicing providers, and spouses. Even the serving staff at the Rochester Academy of Medicine were blessed! Check out (or review, if you were there) the presentations below: Dr. Bill Morehouse – Program Introduction Dr. Jeff Harp – Haiti Medical Missions Trip Arayah Passero – Summer student mission with...

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Missions Breakfast Coming Up

Posted by on Dec 28, 2018 in Breakfasts, Missions | 0 comments

Missions Breakfast Coming Up

Coming soon! Sign up now for our Winter Missions Breakfast Saturday, February 2 from 9-11 am Rochester Academy of Medicine We’re looking forward to some inspiring presentations (see list below or click here to open flyer) so mark your calendars, respond to Susan by email, calling 436-1628, or by using our RSVP page, and come out to hear how some of your colleagues are crossing cultures to share their faith and skills with people groups in need. Dr. Jeff Harp (Family Medicine)  – Haiti Arayah Passero (Student Missions) – Kimana, Kenya Dr. David Hough (Internal Medicine/Refugee Health) – Nepal...

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ACEs Breakfast Report

Posted by on Oct 29, 2018 in Breakfasts, Teaching | 0 comments

ACEs Breakfast Report

ACEs Breakfast a great success In the midst of a delicious catered breakfast and encouraging fellowship, Saturday morning’s MCCF Fall Breakfast with Dr. Michael Scharf at the Rochester Academy of Medicine was very edifying. Dr. Sharf presented a comprehensive, evidence-based approach to understanding what Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are and the long-term effects they have on development, health, and illness over the years. Tools for understanding, assessing, and intervening on individual and community levels were outlined, followed by a stimulating Q&A session. Most of...

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