- Schedule a candlelight service of remembrance for those affected by HIV/AIDS.
- Have a service of healing for those living with HIV/AIDS and their caregivers.
- Observe a moment of silence during worship for those who have died of AIDS.
- During liturgy pray for people infected with HIV, those living with AIDS, and family and friends who are affected by HIV/AIDS.
- Distribute HIV/AIDS Fact sheets and red ribbons for the Sunday before World AIDS Day.
- Invite those living with HIV/AIDS to share their stories.
Key leaders from America's religious, academic and media communities gathered at the Carter Presidential Center in Atlanta from November 8-11, 1998, for the first Convocation on AIDS and Religion in America.
In 1985 DignityUSA established a "day of fasting and prayer for HIV/AIDS to be observed on the first Sunday of Lent and that each Chapter is requested to hold an appropriate service on that day in memory of all those who have died of AIDS and to provide comfort and encouragement to the partners, families and friends of these people and all other concerned individuals." (HOD Resolution # 20)
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