February: Heart Health Month

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. The month of February is dedicated to raising awareness about heart disease and increasing knowledge about prevention. Educate yourself on the dangers of heart disease and get on track to a better heart health. For more information on Heart Health pick-up a free brochure from the media rack, and in the front vestibule. 

Health Care Ministry


  1. Know your risk factors for heart disease.
  2. Talk to your doctor about reducing your risk of heart disease. 
  3. Have your blood pressure checked regularly. 
  4. Know your cholesterol numbers. (these includes total cholesterol, HDL or good cholesterol, LDL or bad cholesterol, and triglycerides.)
  5. Have your blood sugar level checked for diabetes. 
  6. Do not smoke cigarettes or use other tobacco products.
  7. Eat for your heart health.
  8. Get regular physical activity. (At least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity on most or all days of the week.)
  9. Aim for a healthy weight. 
  10. Know the signs and symptoms of a heart attack and the importance of seeking medical help immediately.
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Church Counselors

Within our congregation, we have counselors and mental health educators committed to offering mental and emotional support to those in need. You may contact the church office for their information or connect with them directly. 

Sis. Chi Franklin, Licensed Professional Counselor 

Sis. Celia Gilmore, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Sis. Patsy Johnson, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Sis. Olivia Carter, Biblical Counselor

Click here to view the Mental Health Video