• January 23, 2021
    10:00 am - 11:00 am
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This workshop will be a live webinar through Zoom. A Zoom link will be included in an email sent to you after registration. Not able to attend on this date? Ask us how you can access a recording of the webinar.

Being the church during the pandemic has challenged even the most informed and dynamic church leadership. What is safe? How do we minimize risk? How do we connect as a church body and meet the needs of our community without jeopardizing the health of our most vulnerable members?

Come to hear up-to-date information from Dr. Jeffrey R. Martin, Medical Director of Lancaster County Contact Tracing Program, regarding the trajectory of the pandemic, vaccine distribution, and what to consider prior to planning in-person gatherings. During the second half of the session, Dr. Martin will answer your questions. We expect many questions, so please submit all questions during registration to allow us to use our time together as efficiently as possible.


Dr. Martin is Chair of the Family and Community Medicine Department and part-time faculty in the Penn Medicine/Lancaster General Family Medicine Residency Program. He attended the University Of Colorado School Of Medicine where he obtained his M.D. degree with honors in 1993. In 1997 he completed his family medicine residency at Lancaster General Hospital. During residency he received the Mead-Johnson Award for Family Practice Graduate Medicine. He co-directs the community medicine and population health curriculum and directs the Population Health Fellowship. Elected by his peers, as Chair of the department he provides credentialing, peer review and goal setting leadership. He provides clinical oversight of the Medicine Service Line, representation on the Medical Executive Committee and interfaces with department members who work at Lancaster General, Women’s and Babies Hospital and the divisions of Geriatrics and Occupational Medicine. He is involved with several community endeavors including a long-term drug-rehab program for women and children, Chair of The Partnership for Public Health and founding member of the Lancaster County Lead Coalition.  He provided clinical leadership to LGH’s, high-risk, complex-care clinic called Care Connections which cares for persons with complex-care clinic called Care Connections which cares for persons with complex health and social needs.  Dr. Martin and his wife live in Lancaster County, attend Blossom Hill Mennonite Church and have 3 children.