The premier national conference building the capacity of African American faith organizations to become community hubs for health awareness, education, and support.
Our four-day public health conference reflects the Black church worship traditions of preaching, teaching, praying, and singing.
Our goal is to equip churches and congregational health ministries to become community hubs for health awareness, treatment, and support to help reverse and eliminate the impact of health disparities in Black communities.
Viewable on Desktop, Laptop, Tablets, and the new Balm In Gilead Mobile App.
Speakers & presenters
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Mental Health
- Maternal Health
- HIV Treatment & Prevention
- Men’s Health
- Women’s Health
- Black Health Advocacy
- Clinical Trials
Registration includes access to plenary sessions, symposiums, evening activities, musical performances, and more. Plus, you will have on-demand access to recorded versions of every presentation and workshop for six months.
Additionally, although we are a virtual conference, you will have the opportunity to network with attendees and visit our exhibit booths. Special rate for groups of 20 or more.
NEW IN 2023!
The 10th Annual Healthy Churches 2030 Toolbox
A boxful of swag from our Sponsors
available to the first 1,000 Individual Registrations.
The Toolbox will be shipped to the address provided during online registration, and delivered in early November 2023 prior to conference.
Paid registrations are eligible to receive a HC2030 Toolbox. Complimentary and Guest registrations are excluded, and will not receive the Toolbox.
If you are eligible, check the box on the Registration Form
Get Ready To Make a Difference!
Frequently Asked Questions:
About The Virtual Conference
Whom do I contact if I am having troubleshooting issues during the conference? If you are experiencing any technical difficulties, please visit the Virtual Information Desk. A member of the technical team will assist you.
Attendees must initiate a chat with an exhibitor.
Attendees taking part in webinars can submit questions through designated Q & A features.
Attendees are reminded to keep all correspondence polite and courteous.
The virtual conference will be monitored by vFairs and The Balm In Gilead’s staff. For any assistance during or after the event, email firstname.lastname@example.org and your query will be addressed as soon as possible.