*New resource coming in 2011! Fill out the form below to be included!*
Healthy Connections - Repairing the Breach, Restoring the Gap:A Resource Guide of innovative UCC Church and UCC church-related ministries in Health, Health Care, Welfare and Human Service
We invite all UCC congregations and UCC church-related ministries to submit an entry for the Spring edition of the 2011 Resource Guide of innovative UCC church ministries related to health and human services.
The Resource Guide will highlight congregational approaches to addressing health, health welfare and human service issues faced by individuals. By identifying innovative ministries, programs and projects, building partnerships, sharing information, and replicating efforts, congregations will be able to forge stronger partnerships with other UCC congregations, ecumenical/interfaith groups, faith-based and community organizations, and health and human service agencies that will lead to improved and increased health and wholeness.
SOME EXAMPLES OF MINISTRIES/PROJECTS/PROGRAMS FOR SUBMISSION (Not an exhaustive list)
General Synod Resolution Twenty-One calls upon local UCC congregations, conferences and associations to "Reclaim The Church's Ministry of Health and Healing" by establishing or designating a body to address health and human service issues confronting members and their communities.
In order to be listed in this resource guide, please submit your ministry/program/project using the attached electronic form. The deadline for submission is December 15, 2010
We ask that you submit your information electronically using the form below. If you need a hard copy, you can download the form here.
Healthy Connection Survey
Please write a brief abstract/summary of your ministry/project/program. It should be singled-space and no more than 300 words. Include the following content in your Abstract. 1. How did the ministry/program begin? 2. Mission Statement; 3. Vision Statement; 4. How does this ministry/program improve health and wholeness? 5. How does this program "Repair the Breach and Restore the Gaps? 6. How is this ministry/program/project institutionalized and sustained in the congregation and community?
Ms. Barbara T. BaylorPolicy Advocate for Health and Wholeness Issues100 Maryland Avenue, NESuite 300Washington, District of Columbia firstname.lastname@example.org