Christians are responsible for the care: God is responsible for cure.
The care ministry team of Dundee Presbyterian works together to meet multiple needs within the church. We welcome your involvement to share the love of Christ with one another in times of need.
The team is made up of deacons of the church, care partners and many faithful volunteers. This is important to the overall health and well-being of the congregation. We are committed to connecting, growing and serving one another by caregiving.
Through this we build Christ centered relationships while caring for the spiritual, emotional, social and physical needs of individuals and families. We advocate, remove barriers and provide resources to meet needs and improve quality of life while assessing spiritual, emotional, physical and social needs of the whole person.
If you would like more information please contact Regina Wilson RN, Director of Congregational Care at email@example.com.
EXAMPLES OF SERVICES OFFERED AND WAYS TO BE INVOLVED:
Hospital and home visits as coordinated with the pastors
Phone calls for medical explanation, consultation, and follow-up
Education on health, illness, and prevention through blood pressure and colon cancer screening, health fairs, presentations, bulletin boards and pamphlets, and other information
Provide or arrange for transportation to hospital or physician appointments for persons unable to find other means
Arrangement for medical equipment donations and loans
Provide resources as requested by congregation
Advocacy for the faith community
Blood Pressure Screenings on Sunday mornings
Foot Care ministry
Foot Care Clinic: Twice a month our Faith Community Nurse, Regina offers foot care (foot soak, toenail clipping...)to those who need it. Do your feet need some pampering? Contact Regina Wilson at 402-558-2330 to set up an appointment.
Tai Chi: Monday, Friday, Saturday from 10:30-11:30am in the Underground. The Fall sessions will begin on September 9th and end on December 13th.
Blood Pressure Sunday: Every second Sunday of the month our Faith Community Nurses do free blood pressure checks in the Pastors office. For more info contact Regina at 402-558-2330.
GriefShare: Our group meets weekly in 13 week cycles to help you face the challenges that grief brings and move toward rebuilding your life. You are welcome to begin attending our group at anytime point. Each session is self-contained, so you do not have to attend in sequence. Our fall session will begin on September 4th. To sign up contact Regina at 402-558-2330.
Meal Train: If you would like to sign up to provide meals for the meal train please email Valerie at firstname.lastname@example.org.