Nursing Home Ministry
Community Food Table
Our Mission is to provide families and individuals with affordable food and to make a difference in our community, one food box at a time.
Regardless of your income level, most of us are searching for value and money saving ideas to stretch our food dollars at home. The family food budget is one of the largest costs in a household. Our food boxes offer a unique solution to cutting household costs without sacrificing food quality.
The Nursing Home Ministry reaches out to the lonely and often neglected residents of nursing homes throughout New York City. Volunteers visit with the elderly and disabled on a weekly or monthly basis to help ease the difficulties of their everyday living.The call of this ministry is to develop relationships with the elderly by ministering to them through fellowship and bible studies. Ministry members find time to talk, read, and sing to residents, developing friendships through time spent ministering the love of Christ to those approaching their final days.
John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, was also a physician.The Health & Welfare Ministries seeks to improve multiple dimensions of health and well-being—physical, emotional, spiritual,—of the members, clergy and lay workers of The United Methodist Church and their families. Ministries offerings include strategic consultation and collaboration for comprehensive programs, information and educational resources focusing on health and wellness, long-term health monitoring and assessments.n available resources of current and former health care professionals that can assist in emergency situations on church grounds.
Health & Welfare Ministries
The Care Ministry at WUMC is primarily involved with ministering to individuals and families in need. These include financial, physical, and spiritual needs of both WUMC members and non-members. the Care Ministry umbrellas alot of other ministries including the Visitation team which provides pastoral care visits to those who are hospitalized, home bound, or in skilled care facilities, as well as those that are imprisoned.