Parish Nurse Ministry

Providing Spiritual, Physical & Emotional Care for the Congregation


Parish Nurse Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
9:00am-1:00pm


Blood Pressure Checks - 1st Sunday of every month between services in the Fellowship Hall.


Throughout history, commitment to the whole person has been basic to the philosophy of the church. The Parish Nurse is a Registered Nurse who melds nursing and ministry. He or she is committed to the healing ministry of the church, and committed to promoting wellness of spirit, body, and mind to individuals, families, and the body of Christ.


What are the functions of the Parish Nurse?

  • Integrator of Faith and Health
  • Health Educator
  • Personal Health Counselor
  • Referral Agent
  • Trainer of Volunteers
  • Health Advocate
  • Developer of Support Groups


Penny LaBerge, LCC Parish Nurse Coordinator

parishnurse@lakeviewcovenant.org

Arrowhead Parish Nurse Association

For more information about Arrowhead Parish Nurse Association and Parish Nurses click HERE.


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health article

"Making Changes that Stick"


Every New Year is a time to make a fresh start. You may have taken a look back to see what you’ve accomplished over the past year and decided that you need to re-evaluate your priorities. You may have chosen to:


• Be healthier

• Take better control of your finances

• Improve a character issue

• Get closer to God.

• Read the Bible consistently

• Spend more time praying.

• Start volunteering.


Like a lot of people, you may have had good intentions. You started out strong, BUT in a few weeks your determination and will power lost their drive. Studies have shown that 80 percent of people who make a New Year’s resolution fail by the end of January. If this is you, what can you do to start over and set yourself up for success this time?


I’d like to encourage you to look at your resolutions in a new way:  


READ COMPLETE Article "Making Changes that Stick"


 

Penny LaBerge

Parish Nurse

Prayer Shawl Ministry

We do not live in isolation, but are interconnected in our community.  When something happens to someone else we hurt with them.


When you make a prayer shawl, you intentionally pray for the person who will receive it, not knowing who it is.


For those who receive a prayer shawl, they have a visible and tangible reminder that someone cares for them and is praying for them.


For more information contact Lakeview's Parish Nurse parishnurse@lakeviewcovenant.org

Card Ministry

The card ministry is an “outreach” ministry to those who may not be able to gather with the church family, but are still a part of Lakeview Covenant Church.

 

Cards go out during the holidays, birthdays, times of illness and hospitalization.  We also keep in touch with those in college.

 

Meets the 1st Thursday of the month (Sept-May), 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM in the Multi-Purpose Room, on the upper level.

 

If you enjoy making cards but don’t have time to join us, you can make birthday, get well, sympathy and thinking of you cards and drop them off at the Parish Nurse office.

Lending Closet

Medical equipment is available to borrow for short-term use.  We have walkers, crutches, commodes, shower chairs, and more.

 

Please contact the Parish Nurse for more information.

classes

         

Matter of Balance/Moving for Better Balance

         

Chronic Pain and Disease Management/Diabetes Prevention and Self-Management at https://yourjuniper.org


Powerful Tools for Caregivers—contact the Parish Nurse office


Contact Lakeview's Parish Nurse, Penny LaBerge, parishnurse@lakeviewcovenant.org for details on classes currently offered at Lakeview.