St. Margaret’s Parish donates $10K to AAMC’s Clinical Pastoral Program

| July 5, 2014
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Recently, representatives from St. Margaret’s Parish in Annapolis presented a check for $10,000  to support Anne Arundel Medical Center’s Clinical Pastoral Education Program. The 400-hour program will train five chaplain interns of various denominations to improve their pastoral skills in ministry to our patients and families.

From left to right:  Rev. Jane Hague, assistant priest, St. Margaret’s; Issy Winn, chair, St. Margaret’s Grants Committee; Rev. Peter Mayer, rector, St. Margaret’s; Sherry Perkins, COO; Kathleen Whittaker, manager, Patient Advocacy and Spiritual Care; Rev. Nick Szobota, chair, AAMC’s Spiritual Advisory Committee; and Chaplain David G. Berg, CPE supervisor.

From left to right: Rev. Jane Hague, assistant priest, St. Margaret’s; Issy Winn, chair, St. Margaret’s Grants Committee; Rev. Peter Mayer, rector, St. Margaret’s; Sherry Perkins, COO; Kathleen Whittaker, manager, Patient Advocacy and Spiritual Care; Rev. Nick Szobota, chair, AAMC’s Spiritual Advisory Committee; and Chaplain David G. Berg, CPE supervisor.

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