New Health Ministries Van Arrives

March 01, 2006 | Marjie Noll

A new health ministries van arrived in Washington Conference in late January. The van will expand the outreach options for churches desiring to expand their health-ministries programs. The van will initially be used in the "Healthier Harbors Project," coordinated by the Elma, Grays Harbor, and Willapa Harbor churches.

As a prototype program, Healthier Harbors will pave the way for additional health-outreach opportunities in Washington Conference. Already, the van is slated for use at the San Juan County Fair in August.

Healthier Harbors will be a complete health-evangelism program meeting all aspects of health issues—physical, mental, financial and spiritual wellness. During the next two-to-three years, these three churches will use the new conference health van as a means of connecting with and serving the public through these God-centered programs.

Washington Conference anticipates a much wider call for health van usage in the future as churches strive to meet people’s everyday needs.