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Congregational Health Ministry bridges the gap between faith and health, promoting wellness of the body and mind as the church nutures the spirit. It’s a holistic approach to staying healthy. A faith community nurse leads this ministry. Faith Community Nurses receive specialized training for this ministry, and work in cooperation with Gwinnett Medical Center locally. Some services available through this ministry include:

  • Health screenings
  • Support for the sick
  • Guidance to families with special needs
  • Transportation for needed health services
  • Cancer care ministries
  • Health promotional and education
  • Support groups

Why Faith Community Nursing?
Faith Community Nurses integrate the practice of nursing with the practice of faith to care for mind, body and spirit health within our church community.

What Do Faith Community Nurses Do?

  • Enhance the health of individuals by leading them toward physical, emotional and spiritual wholenss
  • Serve as members of the church ministry team
  • Combine nursing and knowledge of theological concepts to facilitate healing and wholeness
  • Support church ministry in situations that require knowledge of healthcare and the healthcare system
  • Lead the mentor volunteers to serve as members of the Community Health Ministry team.


Audrey Brown, Faith Community Nurse (Email)

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