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.
Serving & Storage Ideas:
Cilantro is the main ingredient in many sauces served atop grilled meats, it stars in fragrant Chinese and Thai dishes, and some would argue that it's essential for a good guacamole. Cilantro is frequently used in baking, and many curry and soup recipes. It adds a little citrus quality to the dishes.
- Look for full green stalks and leaves with no brown or dying leaves.
- Store fresh cilantro in a refrigerator by wrapping stalks in a moist paper towel or place in a jar of water.
- To dry, hang in a cool dry place. Then crumble and store in a sealed bag in the freezer.
- Freeze fresh cilantro leaves immediately upon picking/purchasing in a sealed plastic container or bag.
- Blood Pressure Screening - First weekend every month in Pastor Renae's office, before, between and after worship services.
Meeting Room: Pier 45 (4-5th grade classroom)
Anyone who is interested in Health Ministry is welcome to attend this meeting!