SHC of Warren Hosts Interfaith National Day of Prayer

Signature HealthCARE of Warren hosted an event on Thursday, May 5, to celebrate the National Day of Prayer.

Signature HealthCARE of Warren is operated by Signature HealthCARE, a for-profit health care provider that believes in and promotes prayer, and the Power of the Ask. Now in the sixth year, the National Day of Prayer (NDOP) is the largest company-wide event held on the first Thursday in May. A national healthcare movement, representatives from any and all faiths and walks of government life encapsulate a singular theme, “The Signature Nation-A Movement: ‘Shout it aloud, do not hold back. Raise your voice like a trumpet.’”

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A number of special guests attended the event at Signature Healthcare of Warren, including William D. Franklin, Mayor of Warren; Ohio State Senator Capri Cafaro; Michele Cameneti, Worship Leader of Believers Church, accompanied by guitarist Erin Cameneti; Lawrence and Gladys Tazwell of Tazwell Ministries; SHC Warren Resident Council President Sue Myers; Crossroads Hospice Chaplain Christine Orr; violinist Mary Morrall, R.N.; Leslie Panak Sams of Seeking God’s Glory Church; as well as resident and employees, families and communities coming together to pray for the world around them.

“We are proud to be part of a movement that joins people of all faiths, traditions and cultures in the practice of prayer,” said facility Administrator/CEO Mike Sebest.

On the heels of NDOP, long-term and post-acute care professionals are about to celebrating “National Nursing Home Week,” May 8 to 14, 2016, established by The American Health Care Association. It is a time we reflect on our role in improving the lives of our residents and intertwine our daily focus of holistic care and operationalized spirituality for all residents.

“We see the merging of government, business innovation and spiritual pursuits, establishing thriving communities, job opportunities, domestic tranquility and joy for all. Ask! Is our theme, hope is the outcome,” said Dianne Timmering, Vice President of Spirituality and Legislative Affairs for Signature HealthCARE.

Signature HealthCARE is a long-term care, health care and rehabilitation company with 143 locations in 11 states. For more, visit