The Medical Aid ministry promotes healthy living by focusing on the physical, emotional, social and spiritual lifestyle among members of the church. To serve as a resource, referral and educational component of our church to help our members live life to the fullest and live it more abundantly.

Open to all adult members who are medical professionals (doctors, nurses, etc.).

Scripture: “So you shall serve the Lord your God, and He will bless your bread and your water. And I will take sickness away from the midst of you.” Exodus 23:25 NKJV

Services Provided: Nurses are available at each worship service for emergencies. Participates in health fairs to encourage good physical health practices and recognition of the overall well-being of the congregation. Promote disease prevention and health promotion in such a way that speaks to the unique needs of the congregation and the surrounding community.

National Monthly Health Observances:

  • World Sickle Cell Day (June 19) Sickle cell disease (SCD) is an inherited blood disorder that is present at birth and affects approximately 100,000 Americans. CDC is committed to studying SCD and other blood disorders in order to improve the health and care of people with these conditions. Sickle cell conditions are inherited from parents in much the same way as blood type, hair color and texture, eye color and other physical traits. The types of hemoglobin a person makes in the red blood cells depend upon what hemoglobin genes the person inherits from his or her parents. Like most genes, hemoglobin genes are inherited in two sets one from each parent. https://www.sicklecelldisease.org/

Medical Aide Ministry Staff:
Chair: Phyllis McMillan
Secretary: Ronke Oluwoye