health ministry

For John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, physical  health was as important as spiritual health. In his 1747 work, "Primitive Physick, or an Easy and Natural Method of Curing Most Diseases", Wesley sought to bring practical medical advice to the people of his time. Still Waters church continues this important tradition as it ministers to the whole person - mind, body and spirit - through the intentional integration of health ministry with the beliefs of a religious community. 

harvest of the month

Serving & Storage Ideas:

  • Remove any brown or scaly spots, trim ends and wash thoroughly.
  • When cooking, do not use aluminum, iron or copper pans.
  • Before storing, remove leaves from the stalks.
  • Stalks can be kept in refrigerator, unwashed & wrapped tightly for up to 3 weeks.
  • Rhubarb can be used to make jellies, jams, cakes, muffins.
  • Can be combined with other fruits to make sauces and beverages.

Rhubarb Crisp Recipe  

  • upcoming events

    • Blood Pressure Screening - First weekend every month in Pastor Renae's office, before, between and after worship services.
  • Next meeting

    september 17th | 11:45 am

    Meeting Room: Pier 45 (4-5th grade classroom)


    Anyone who is interested in Health Ministry is welcome to attend this meeting!

  • do you have health ministry gifts to share?

    Would you like to join our Health Ministry team as we explore ways for our church to support our church community? If you are interested in Health Ministry and would like to join us, please contact Pastor Renae   or Kristina Chapman  for more information, or simply join us at our next meeting. 

  • team member resources