The first thing was “check today’s booth for yesterday’s patients.” I think it was meant to be funny.
A weekly Swiss ball and band exercise class
CHOOSE A BALL OR A BAND
A weekly Swiss ball and band exercise class is one of many ways that St. Paul's, Indianapolis, is preserving, promoting and restoring health.
Kalin, a specially trained canine assistant
Kalin, a specially trained canine assistant of the church’s St. Paws program, opens a door for Calvin Lunseth, a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Indianapolis.
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
Pattie Parent-Rackley inspects the emergency aid kit that she put together as part of her volunteer ministry as parish nurse at St. Paul's, Sparks, Nev.
The line of patients formed early in the town square.
Volunteer nurses and one surgeon
Volunteer nurses and one surgeon, Tome Cliffel of Lakewood, Ohio, performed 91 procedures in nine days, mostly cataract surgeries.
A Steady Hand
Sen. Bill Frist performs surgery during a mission trip to Africa in 2003.
Fitness Sunday in the Park
St. Ambrose Episcopal Church in Raleigh, NC gathered in Pullen Park for Fitness Sunday, which included a celebration of the Holy Eucharist under the trees, and fitness activities like walking, yoga, Zumba, volleyball, and line dancing. Community health professionals attended for consultation. The group ate a healthy lunch. St. Ambrose was founded in 1868 along with St. Augustine's University in Raleigh, NC as a ministry to the then recently emancipated African Americans.
Patients at the hospital in Lainya spill out into the corridors and the front entrance as the availability of beds becomes increasingly scarce.
The Global Health Council in Washington, D.C., awarded to Dorothy Granada, a nurse and community organizer who is supported by a number of Episcopal churches and organizations, the "Best Practices in Global Health Award" on May 31, 2007.