Welcome St. James A.M.E. Church Havre de Grace MD

We are pleased to announce our newest Veteran/Military Friendly Lead Congregation to the VMFC network, St. James A.M.E. Church Havre de Grace, Maryland. Thank you Pastor Ricardo Burns and Lay Leader Amber Blake for joining our mission. Blessing to good health

VA telehealth and telecounseling is available and a good way to help veterans who are isolated and alone during this crisis. Please click here to learn more about the VA’s Video Connect Help Desk Support.

Welcome Chapel A.M.E. Church Silver Springs MD

We are pleased to announce our newest Veteran/Military Friendly Lead Congregation to the VMFC network, Chapel A.M.E. Church, Silver Springs, Maryland. Thank you Senior Pastor Alan Gould Sr. and Lay Leader Cheryl Vaughn for joining our mission. Blessing to good health

VA telehealth and telecounseling is available and a good way to help veterans who are isolated and alone during this crisis. Please click here to learn more about the VA’s Video Connect Help Desk Support.

Welcome Gethsemane A.M.E. Church Randallstown MD

We are pleased to announce our newest Veteran/Military Friendly Lead Congregation to the VMFC network, Gethsemane A.M.E. Church of Randallstown, Maryland. Thank you Pastor Rev. Michael Hudson and Lay Leader Marguerite Richardson for joining our mission. Blessing to good health

VA telehealth and telecounseling is available and a good way to help veterans who are isolated and alone during this crisis. Please click here to learn more about the VA’s Video Connect Help Desk Support.

Welcome Greater Glory Mission A.M.E. Church of Grenenville North Carolina

We are pleased to announce our newest Veteran/Military Friendly Lead Congregation to the VMFC network, Greater Glory Mission A.M.E. Church of Greenville North Carolina. Thank you Pastor Rev. Andra E. Cunningham for joining our mission. Blessing to good health

VA telehealth and telecounseling is available and a good way to help veterans who are isolated and alone during this crisis. Please click here to learn more about the VA’s Video Connect Help Desk Support.

Welcome Hemingway Temple A.M.E.

We are pleased to announce our newest Veteran/Military Friendly Lead Congregation to the VMFC network, Hemingway Temple A.M.E. Church of Baltimore, Maryland. Thank you Reverend Dr. Joan L. Wharton and Lay Leader Patria Bracey for joining our mission. Blessing to good health

VA telehealth and telecounseling is available and a good way to help veterans who are isolated and alone during this crisis. Please click here to learn more about the VA’s Video Connect Help Desk Support.

Welcome White Rock A.M.E. Church Micro, NC

We are pleased to announce our newest Veteran/Military Friendly Lead Congregation to the VMFC network, White Rock A.M.E. Church, Micro, North Carolina. Thank you Pastor Rev. Joshua Stephens and Lay Leader Raymond for joining our mission. Blessing to good health

VA telehealth and telecounseling is available and a good way to help veterans who are isolated and alone during this crisis. Please click here to learn more about the VA’s Video Connect Help Desk Support.

Welcome St. Paul A.M.E. Church Mt. Airy, NC

We are pleased to announce our newest Veteran/Military Friendly Lead Congregation to the VMFC network, St. Paul A.M.E. Church Mt Airy, North Carolina. Thank you Pastor Rev. Dr. Jasper W. Hemphill, Jr. and Lay Leader Katleen Lightfoot for joining our mission. Blessing to good health

VA telehealth and telecounseling is available and a good way to help veterans who are isolated and alone during this crisis. Please click here to learn more about the VA’s Video Connect Help Desk Support.

POW/MIA Recognition Day

Around 82,000 Americans remain missing from World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Cold War, the Gulf War and other conflicts. Friday, Sept. 17, is National POW/MIA Recognition Day, when Americans are asked to pause and reflect on the sacrifices made by the military men and women who are imprisoned or unaccounted for as a result of their military service.

As part of the day of recognition, held each year on the third Friday of September, Americans and businesses should also fly their POW/MIA flags, which commemorate U.S. service members who are recognized prisoners of war (POW) or are missing in action (MIA).