Heal The Sick

Heal The Sick

In order to prepare leaders to engage more fully in healing ministries, Wesley Theological Seminary is building the Heal the Sick Program, led by Wesley Downtown. Through this community-based ministry collaboration, Wesley Theological Seminary will equip ministry leaders who will support congregations’ development of health ministries and link such ministries with hospitals, community organizations, public health institutions, and health care providers.  Modeled after promising practices in other communities, we believe that collaboration among health ministries and with these providers will reduce health disparities, particularly reaching out to the poor and improving the health of those in greatest need.

If you would like more information about the Heal the Sick program or would like to work with us in the District of Columbia, Greater Baltimore, or Northern Virginia regions, please email us at downtown@wesleyseminary.edu or call 202-706-6838.


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Heal the Sick Key Roles:

Equip - Prepare leaders for various roles as collaborator, listener, coordinator, and critical thinker in promoting health and healing

Support - Assist congregations' health ministries and help develop their role to discern their direction and partners

Catalyze - Initiate network creation or support existing networks among congregations, hospitals, and associations

Serve - Work as facilitator for sustaining communication and collaboration among local leaders to serve the common good

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