Various parish nurse resources are available on our site and through our ministry. To make them convenient, we are providing you have links to two important sites – Health Ministries Association and the Faith Community Nursing page of the Church Health Center.
Resources for Parish and Faith Community Nurses
Grow deeper in your personal faith. Our live 11-week web-based course, delivered in a webinar format, will grow you spiritually and give you credentials as a Faith and Health Ambassador. This course will also equip you with an instructional package to lead PathWay 2 Wholeness, which has a whole person health focus.
Care for your personal well being. Participation in our Faith and Health Ambassador initiative will enable you to personally experience the love of Christ and become better equipped and motivated to care for yourself.
Help a member of your church grow and learn. Do you know of a person at church who is passionate about wellness and might want to teach others all about the faith and health link? The Faith and Health Ambassador Course equips participants to lead PathWay 2 Wholeness.
How spiritually fit you? Take a Spiritual Fitness Assessment and then apply the 18 spiritual exercises for a healthier life.
Print and copy articles for your church members or patients. These nicely formatted, 1-page articles on health-related topics and spiritual fitness from a Christian faith perspective are perfect for patient education or for your office, bulletin board or church or parish lobby.
Scriptures Related to Health and Wellness. Here are several lists of scriptures related to health, wellness, stress, healing and strength.
Faith-Based Nursing Programs. At the link below is a listing of nursing programs that are faith-based.
Meet our Faith Community Nurse. Clint Fleming received his preparation to be a Parish Nurse in 2011 and serves in a volunteer capacity as our Regional Congregational Health Coordinator in Greenville, SC. Clint is a member of the South Carolina Faith Community Nurses Association and is actively engaged in promoting congregational health ministries in Greenville County.
Share this website with others. If you’ve found this site to be a helpful resource, consider sharing the website with other Faith Community Nurses in your network or with your family and friends.
“Beloved, I pray that in all respects you may prosper and be in good health, just as your soul prospers.” 3 john 1:2