serving those in need

The Nurses Outreach Ministry (NOM) is a compassionate ministry based on Faith Community Nursing (FCN). Faith Community Nursing engages wholistic nursing care focusing on wholeness of body, mind and spirit. Faith Community Nurses serve their church and the community that is served by their church. How that service occurs varies depending on the needs of the church and community. Powerline is fortunate to be able to partner with the Cone Health Congregational Nurse program. The Cone program has provided education and support to the Nurses Outreach Ministry. The NOM has great potential for a positive impact on the community we live in and serve. 


Recently, Nurses Outreach Ministry has been collaborating with local ministry Freedom’s Hope to reach out to the under-served in our community. We have been assisting with a Nurses Clinic established by Freedom’s Hope at Allied Churches Homeless shelter on Tuesday evenings. We monitor blood pressures, blood sugars, assess healthcare needs, and help connect people with healthcare and mental health resources. 


Sole Mates Walking Club

NOM coordinates a walking club every Sunday afternoon in Gibsonville. The NOM maintains a bulletin board in the church, highlighting various health related topics. Occasional  blood pressure and blood sugar screenings are provided on Sunday mornings. NOM attempts to reach out to the children of the community by participating in the annual Trunk or Treat program. 


Please feel free to forward health-related areas of interest, we are glad to follow-up.

3 john 1:2

Dear friend, I pray that you may enjoy good health and that all may go well with you, even as your soul is getting along well.