Faith Community Engagement

Throughout scripture, God calls people of faith to healing. Faith Community Engagement cultivates relationships with individuals and congregations to encourage, educate and equip people to build and sustain healing ministries.

We promote…

Congregational Relationships and Coalitions

People of faith are instructed to care for one another. We help build healthier communities by creating opportunities for people to learn together and share ideas. From prayer shawls to workshops, we build relationships with congregations by supporting and encouraging their ministries.

Clergy Health Initiatives

Healthy clergy can lead healthy congregations, but recent studies have shown that many clergy members struggle with their health. By engaging them in both individual and collective programs, we help clergy address the stress and isolation that can affect their overall health and well-being.

Congregational Health Ministry Training & Support

Through our Congregational Health Promoter (CHP) training program, we teach individuals to establish and support health ministries in their congregations. These lay people, health professionals and clergy members share a special commitment to care for the health and wellness of their congregations and communities. 

Join Us!

Faith Community Engagement Events

Congregational Health Promoter Training

Tuesdays, Aug. 6 – Sept. 24,
6-8 p.m.

Learn how to promote a healthier congregation in your faith community!

Weekly Chapel service

Thursdays @ Noon

Please join us every Thursday for our weekly contemplative break. All are welcome.

Feeding the Flock Training

Monday, Oct. 21 @ 8:30 a.m.

Whether you plan congregational meals, budget, coordinate volunteers or assist with any other aspect of food ministry, this morning workshop is tailored to the unique needs of food ministries and the dedicated people who operate them.

Faithful Families Training

Oct. 16 & Oct. 31
5 – 8 p.m.

Become a trained volunteer for the Faithful Families program at local churches! 

Church Health

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