Our health ministries are all about promoting
both spiritual and physical well-being in our
church and in our surrounding communities.
It is God’s desire that each of us may have an abundant life (John 10:10), and that means an abundance of physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual well-being. These areas of our lives are all interconnected and cannot be neglected if we want to experience total health. Our God has lovingly given us divine principles to follow in order to achieve optimal health, and we are called to receive the many benefits of living by these principles. We believe our body is a temple of the Holy Spirit and we must care for it intelligently, so we can fully experience God’s presence and discern His will in our lives.
Please see Calendar, for the next scheduled health seminar, to become more informed about how to maintain or improve your heath.
Build your meals on unrefined, whole foods, such as whole grains, beans, legumes, whole vegetables and fruits, nuts and seeds. These unrefined foods are loaded with vitamins, minerals, and disease protective enzymes and phytochemicals.
Eat a variety of plant-based foods of all types and colors in sufficient quantities to ensure good health and to maintain your ideal weight.
Please see Calendar for scheduled cooking and lifestyle classes.
Exercise strengthens the heart, lowers blood pressure and resting heart rate, helps retain calcium, increases oxygen, lowers cholesterol and fats in the blood, helps cleanse the bloodstream, increases muscle tone, promotes good sleep, produces endorphins, regulates blood sugar, increases metabolism, reduces stress and anxiety, clears the mind, helps maintain weight levels, aids in digestion, and helps strengthen the immune system.
Please see Calendar for scheduled exercise classes.
The church food Pantry is a vegetarian food resource where people can purchase hard-to-find frozen, canned, and dried food products, as well as food and drink substitutes, at a lower cost.
Hours of Operation:
Wednesdays, 5:00-6:30 p.m.
"Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth."—3 John 2