Do you have a heart for caring for those in your community?
Are you part of a church/faith community?
Would you like to have information to help yourself and others take better care of their health?
If the answers to any those questions is YES, then you are invited to become a Congregational Health Promoter!
A two half-day course is being offered through Centra’s Pastoral Care Department Congregational Health Program July 15th and 22nd. The course will begin Saturday morning and go through the early afternoon from 10:00am-2:00pm at Bedford Memorial Hospital. The course is free, and you must attend both sessions. The classes and care you will provide are done as a volunteer in your community.
Some of the topics you will learn about are community resources, healthy nutrition, exercise, chronic disease management (heart failure, diabetes, high blood pressure, and Stroke), disaster preparedness, emergency care, and end of life care.
At the end of the two days you will graduate and receive a certificate as a Congregational Health Promoter. You can be the encouragement that could change someone’s life just by listening or sharing good nutrition tips or helping them find a doctor. Upon graduation, you may be surprised at the opportunities to share and use your skills as a Congregational Health Promoter. We hope that you will decide to join us for this exciting program – please feel free to share this information with your friends and neighbors. Space is limited and the last day to sign up is July 10th.
For more information and to register for the class, contact: Jenny Reed at 434-200-1522 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
John 10:10 “I have come that they might have life, and have it to the full.” (NIV)