Deborah Ringen

Deborah Ringen

Deborah is the Minister of Health and Wellness at the Southern New England Conference.

Published Articles


10/24/2022 - Three Respiratory Viruses to Consider This Season

9/28/2022 - The Role of the Faith Community: Preventing Drug Overdose and Death

8/23/2022 - SNEUCC will Become a W.I.S.E. Conference

7/21/2022 - What You Need to Know about Covid-19 and Monkeypox

7/20/2022 - New Suicide Prevention Hotline: 988

6/28/2022 - PRIDE & Mental Health

5/25/2022 - Public Health Issues in the News: What Can Churches Do?

4/27/2022 - Mental Health: You Can Make a Difference

4/27/2022 - Understanding Stress and Trauma in Self and Church Community

4/25/2022 - Covid, Covid, Covid!

4/7/2022 - Listening for the Grace of the Breath of God

3/2/2022 - Pandemic Progress, Persistence and Patience

12/29/2021 - Happy New Year 2022: Hope Despite the Omicron Surge

12/15/2021 - Prevent Illness This Winter: COVID and the FLU

12/15/2021 - When Someone in Worship Tests Positive for COVID-19

11/23/2021 - Stay Safe This Thanksgiving!

11/17/2021 - November Covid Update for Churches: Singing!

11/9/2021 - Health Equity is Social Justice

10/5/2021 - Be a Lighthouse in the Storm: Mental Health Week

9/29/2021 - Get Vaccinated So You Don’t Have to Ask: Is it the Flu or is it COVID-19?

9/21/2021 - September Covid Updates for Churches

9/8/2021 - Patience Increases Well-Being

8/31/2021 - September is Suicide Awareness Month: Be Aware, Show You Care

8/17/2021 - Covid Guidance for Church Offices

8/5/2021 - Resources for Coping During the Lingering Pandemic

7/13/2021 - The Transformational Work of God

7/6/2021 - God’s Creation: The Joys and Concerns of Summer

5/26/2021 - What is the Bottom Line for Coronavirus Safety?

5/10/2021 - Should We Gather or Not?

4/29/2021 - Faith and Mental Illness: Mental Health Sunday, May 16, 2021

4/16/2021 - Supporting Programs for Equitable Vaccine Distribution

3/31/2021 - Compassion: A Response to Racial Injustice and Health Disparity

3/17/2021 - COVID-19 Vaccination: The Inside Story of a Nurse Vaccinator

2/12/2021 - Ash Wednesday During the Pandemic

1/12/2021 - COVID-19 2021: Prolonged Uncertainty

12/22/2020 - Substance Abuse Addiction: Help is Available

12/16/2020 - COVID -19: Clergy Are Trusted Community Messengers

12/15/2020 - Joy and Grief this Christmas

12/9/2020 - Longest Night Liturgy Available

12/2/2020 - The COVID Pandemic and Opioid-Related Mortality: The Church Can Help

11/18/2020 - A Thanksgiving Prayer for Those Who Are Weary

11/18/2020 - Hold onto Hope

11/4/2020 - Dying With Dignity Legislation Update

11/4/2020 - Thanksgiving During a Pandemic

10/26/2020 - Congregations Can Support Mental Health

9/23/2020 - When Clergy Face Depression We Can ALL Help

9/2/2020 - Masks Are More Important Than Ever: Slow the Spread

9/1/2020 - Pilgrimage Through the Pandemic

9/1/2020 - Use Your Voice to Promote Flu Vaccination this Season

8/31/2020 - When the Pastor is the Caregiver at Work and at Home

7/23/2020 - Care for One Another- Immunize!

7/13/2020 - '3 Good Things' Webinar First in Resilience Series

7/9/2020 - The Conversation Continues: Update on Death with Dignity Legislation (MA)

6/29/2020 - Series Supports Resilience, Well Being

6/17/2020 - It’s Hurricane Season: “Be dressed for action and have your lamps lit.” - Luke 12:35

5/22/2020 - Tips for Pastoral/Spiritual Care in Nursing Homes During Quarantine

5/13/2020 - Bottom Line: Maintain Your Health - Mind, Body, and Spirit

5/13/2020 - Pediatric Healthcare During the COVID 19 Pandemic

4/24/2020 - What do Worry Time and a Good Meltdown Have to Do with Well-Being?

4/17/2020 - Domestic Violence: What You Need to Know

4/17/2020 - Mental Health and Suicide Awareness and Resources

4/8/2020 - How to Care for Someone who is Sick with COVID-19

4/3/2020 - Wear Face Coverings, Not Masks, in Public

3/25/2020 - Loving our Neighbor as Ourselves During a Pandemic: Stop Stigma

3/18/2020 - Self-Care for Clergy: Prevent Burnout

3/10/2020 - Stress and Coronavirus

2/26/2020 - Death With Dignity Act (MA)

2/12/2020 - Faith, Common Sense and Reducing Panic

1/28/2020 - Our Faith and Heart Health

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