Alameda's Health & Wellness Ministry provides health teaching for individuals or groups that addresses such topics as healthy lifestyles, preventative self-care, and spiritual practices for health and healing. The caring environment of the faith community is ideal for both formal and informal health teaching.

The ministry provides opportunities for some of our health care professionals to utilize their talents by sharing their knowledge and training with members in the congregation. A health seminar will be offered each year in the fall and will be presented by a variety of health care professionals from Alameda. Additionally, the ministry has implemented an emergency response team to provide medical assistance if needed. 

If you have any questions about the ministry or have specific needs that we might be able to assist with such as available community resources or health promotion, please contact us by using the form below.

For a statement about best practices and recommendations during COVID-19, click the link below.  This statement is from one of Alameda's elders, who is also a practicing physician.

COVID-19 Best Practices

Monthly Meals for the Homeless

The homeless population has grown significantly due to COVID-19, and there is a great need for help. Our Health & Wellness Ministry is providing a way for us to help those less fortunate. 

We are preparing meals and snack bags to be distributed to the homeless in our community. 

This will be an ongoing project to serve others with basic needs. If you would like to help, bring any of the items listed below to the church and place them in the containers in the lobby. 

Monetary donations are also accepted; make your check payable to Alameda Church of Christ, and write "Homeless Meals" on the memo line. 


Volunteers to help prepare meals once per month

Non-perishable food such as fruit cups, soft granola bars, pudding cups

"Don't forget to do good, and to share with those in need." Hebrews 13:16

Faith Community Nurses Conference

The 14th annual conference of Faith Community Nurses of Oklahoma is virtual this year and taking place on Friday, March 5th. This year's topic is "Finding Peace Through Spiritual Self Care." 

The conference will educate nurses, nursing students, and church leaders on spiritual practices to find peace and enhance personal serenity. 

More information about the conference, such as cost, schedule, and speakers, click the links below to download the event brochure and event description.



Online registration is required for this event. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.

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