Service Times: Classic at 9:00am | Contemporary at 10:45am

Medical Clinic

Medical Clinic - November 11th, 10am - 2pm

“The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim liberty to the captives and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed,” (Luke 4:18)

Scripture makes it very clear that believers are to care for others. When we look at how we can care, we must realize each individual has three important parts: physical, emotional and spiritual. Many times when we see someone in need we only see that which is visible. Their need may be physical in the form of an illness, or a wound, or the need for food. We may see someone else whose need is emotional. This could be depression, anxiety, fear, loneliness, or grief. Each of us has one need that surpasses any other need we may have. That need is identified as our spiritual need. We all need healing to take place spiritually. We all need to be reconciled to God because of our sin.

We've been asked by some, "Why are you doing a Medical Clinic?" Our goal is to do as Jesus did. To "proclaim the good news to the poor. To set the captives free. To help restore sight to the blind. To set free those who are oppressed. Can we help with the physical and emotional? Yes! But, most importantly, we can lead them to the only one who can heal their spiritual illness. His name is Jesus. This is why we are going to do a Medical and Dental Clinic.

There are many ways you can get involved. Below is a list of all the areas you can serve:

Medical Services

  • Doctors
  • Dentists
  • Pharmacists
  • Nurses

Non-Medical Opportunities

  • Guest Advocates (guides)
  • Guest Registration
  • Volunteer Check-In
  • Setup Teams
  • Clean Up / Tear Down Teams
  • Translators
  • Meal Team
  • Bus Drivers
  • Children's Activities Team
  • Exit Team
  • Thank You Card Team

If you are interested in finding out more about each of these roles, please click on this link to register online to serve: Medical Clinic Volunteer Information.

We need $4 and $10 Wal-Mart gift cards for guests to purchase prescriptions. We also need home thermometers for the guests. If you can donate these, please drop them off in the lobby.



OTC Products for Medical Clinic

We are still collecting Over-The-Counter (OTC) pharmacy products for the Medical Clinic. Would you please consider donating any of the products listed below. You can drop them off at the Information Kiosk or the Registration Kiosk. Thank you for your generosity!


For more information contact:
Jeff Wilson, Executive Pastor
Bryan Kelly, Pastoral Associate
Rex Harrison, Ministry Associate
Debbie Evans, Ministry Assistant
270.765.7822