Nurses' Christian Fellowship (Regina General Hospital School of Nursing)

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Nurses' Christian Fellowship (Regina General Hospital School of Nursing)

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The Nurses' Christian Fellowship was started among Regina General Hospital student nurses by Irene Ficke and M. Johnson, around 1944. Organised to meet the spiritual needs of the nurses-in-training, this nondenominational group was affiliated with the National Association of Christian Nurses and the Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. The Nurses' Christian Fellowship held weekly meetings in the Nurses' Residence, consisting of Bible studies led by the students, and presentations by youth speakers and missionary nurses. Social activities included: sporting events, parties, picnics, sewing bees, taffy pulls, and events with other Christian Fellowship groups. Each year, the Nurses' Christian Fellowship held a "Probie" reception for new students, and a spring banquet in honour of the graduating class.

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