Breath of Life Church Reaches Out to Community

Breath of Life Church Reaches Out to Community The Breath of Life Church took the opportunity this year to network within Seattle's White Center neighborhood as they broadened their efforts to reach out to the community. Some of these activities included neighborhood prayers and witnessing, as well as a booth at the White Center Farmers' Market during the summer. The booth offered free pamphlets and bottles of water to adults, while the children enjoyed sitting at the table for some quality time with crayons. The Breath of Life booth was successful in reaching a number of people with its presence and literature. Meanwhile, Breath of Life offered a location for the Mobile Women’s Health Screening on Tuesday, Aug. 3. The screening was organized by the YWCA Women’s Health Outreach in partnership with the Comprehensive Breast Center, Providence Campus, and the Washington Breast and Cervical Health Program. The Health Screening extended health services to women over 40 without insurance, or to women who have catastrophic insurance but who were within the income eligibility guidelines. The screening was so positively received by sponsors and patients that it may be repeated next year.

Breath of Life Church Reaches Out to Community

The Breath of Life Church took the opportunity this year to network within Seattle's White Center neighborhood as they broadened their efforts to reach out to the community.

Some of these activities included neighborhood prayers and witnessing, as well as a booth at the White Center Farmers' Market during the summer. The booth offered free pamphlets and bottles of water to adults, while the children enjoyed sitting at the table for some quality time with crayons. The Breath of Life booth was successful in reaching a number of people with its presence and literature.

Meanwhile, Breath of Life offered a location for the Mobile Women’s Health Screening on Tuesday, Aug. 3. The screening was organized by the YWCA Women’s Health Outreach in partnership with the Comprehensive Breast Center, Providence Campus, and the Washington Breast and Cervical Health Program. The Health Screening extended health services to women over 40 without insurance, or to women who have catastrophic insurance but who were within the income eligibility guidelines. The screening was so positively received by sponsors and patients that it may be repeated next year.

December 01, 2004 / Washington Conference
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