An ever-growing number of churches in Africa and the world, communities are making an effort to embrace HIV-positive people and become part of the HIV prevention effort.
Every year, more churches create AIDS focused ministries and make certain their doors are wide open to people with HIV; more pastors make HIV a vital part of their gospel; more congregations get involved in prevention and testing in order to stop the spread of HIV in their communities; and more church members.


On the 22nd and 23rd of October 2012 a HIV/TB Religious Seminar took place on YWAM Worcester. 
The event was organized organized by: The Department of Health, The Cape Winelands and Youth With A Mission.