Faith and Health Ministries
Guided by faith, committed to serve
Norton Healthcare, a not-for-profit organization, demonstrates its ongoing commitment to serve the community by offering a full array of health care services. Norton Healthcare also serves the community through outreach activities provided by Norton Faith & Health Ministries.
The purpose of Norton Faith & Health Ministries is to honor the faith heritage of our founding churches — the Episcopal Church, The United Methodist Church and the United Church of Christ — and the Presbyterian and Roman Catholic churches, which also are part of our faith history. In honoring this heritage, we serve people of all beliefs and build relationships with faith communities to promote the connection between faith, healing and wellness.
Norton Faith & Health Ministries outreach services
As faith communities work to become centers of whole-person health, people who are passionate about health and healing are answering the call to serve in health ministries. Norton Faith & Health Ministries helps faith communities weave health and faith together. We offer the following:
- Introductory information about the concepts of faith community nursing and health ministries, and how to begin a health, wellness and healing program
- Faith community nurse educators who are available to guide groups or individuals as they develop and nurture programs
- Networking opportunities, educational speakers, displays and information about health, safety, spirituality and more
- Education programs for faith community leaders and others to learn about faith community nursing, ethics, whole-person care and other topics related to health ministries
- “Health Ministries Connection,” a newsletter featuring stories about program successes and articles on issues relevant to health and its relationship to the mind, body and spirit.
- Bimonthly emails listing current church and community events and health information
- Assistance in planning health fairs/clinics
Download Faith, Healing and Wellness brochure to learn about health ministries and faith community nursing.
Back row, left to right: Ramona Hawkins, Carol Fout-Zignani, Michele Harbin and Jennifer Stanton. Front row, left to right: Cathy Avery and Kathy Bryant
For more information about these and other services or for general information about Norton Faith & Health Ministries, call (502) 629-2700
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