Circulation and The Barnabas Group

The Barnabas Group Chicago is excited to partner with Circulation, a medical fellowship group out of Park Community Church in Chicago. Circulation exists as a fellowship working to gain an understanding of where practice and faith align in the field of medicine. If you are a medical professional, or someone interested in this conversation, join us for a night of fellowship, food and a fantastic guest speaker.

March 21, 2019 from 6:30-8:00 pm

Park Community Church, 1001 N. Crosby Street, Chicago, IL 60610, Room 202


Dr. Dresden, MD, MS EP, GEDI


What happens after you die? How do we integrate faith with end of life care? Join us for an evening discussion as we explore palliative care, and gain a greater understanding of death and the theology of heaven. Dr. Scott Dresden of Northwestern Medicine, and Raef Chenery, Pastor of Park South Loop, will discuss these topics with a dedicated time for questions and answers!

Our Guest speaker will be Scott M. Dresden, MD, MS who is an Emergency Physician and the Director of Geriatric Emergency Department Innovations (GEDI) at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. He splits time between clinical care, research, and administration of the GEDI program. His primary research interests are in improving emergency department care and care coordination for vulnerable patients, particularly older adults and uninsured or underinsured patients.

Pastor Raef Chenery

Pastor Raef Chenery

Raef Chenery serves as the Pastor at Park Community Church South Loop. He has been married to his wife Sara for 8 years and they have three beautiful daughters: Ruth, Joy, and Mira. Raef studied for the ministry at Moody Theological Seminary. When he's not at the church you'll find him having fun with his family in the city, reading a good book, playing his guitar, or his favorite hobby - watching great movies

We're excited to dig into conversations about how God calls us to use our career-expertise and education to serve others and have Gospel-impact. RSVP today! And, if you want to learn more about Circulation, watch this video.

Please reach out to Mary Potter with any questions.

To register, click here.

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