Fifteen years ago at First Lutheran Church, we adopted a mission question..."Does Love Live Here?" Having a question means that we always have to go back to it and wrestle with it to make sure it is still true. This journey has taken us down the road of wellness and so The Love Grows Here Wellness Center was born. We partner with the Nursing Department of Metro State University providing free foot care and blood pressure checks; Walk-In Counseling with free counseling services, Sew We Work doing clothes mending, Healing Touch and Qigong, Ministering Angels Closet providing housewares and clothing, and the Listening House is now housed in our sanctuary building providing sanctuary for those experiencing poverty. If you have questions or would like to volunteer or would like to know more, contact Pastor Chris Olson Bingea, 651-247-8926 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Wellness Center 2019-2020 season
will begin again September 11, 2019
The Love Grows Here Wellness Center at First Lutheran Church gathers Wednesdays during the school year from 4:00-7:00 pm with a common meal at 6:00 p.m. Along with our partners and volunteers, you can expect free foot care, blood pressure checks, health assessments, mental health counseling, healing touch, massage, and Qigong,
as well as an excellent free meal.
Hours are subject to change,
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Metro State Nursing
The Nursing Department of Metro State University has been an integral part of the Love Grows Here Wellness Center for all of its 12 years providing important public health nursing experience for students who provide free foot care, blood pressure checks, and hand massage for our guests.
The mission of Ministering Angels is to provide clothing and household items to individuals and families who cannot otherwise afford it.
Ministering Angels offers those who receive our services an opportunity to receive clothing, select household items, and books free of charge.
The items donated to Ministering Angels will come from the community, friends, family, and any others who would like to donate items. To donate, use the contact page at www.eastsidefirst.com