Church is a sacred place for people to come to worship God. But, it takes a group of dedicated people working together to ensure that the church is a sacred place. We call them caregivers. They are here to serve and not to be served. They often go beyond the call of duty to care for someone else. Sometimes care giving can be overwhelming and can lead to burnout.
St. Joseph Primary Care, a ministry of caring, would like to reach out to these caregivers and offers a day of caring for them, as part of the Caregiver Ministry.
MEET OUR STAFF
ThuHuong Trinh, MD
Dr. Trinh, a board-certified physician in family medicine and over 20 years of experience in practicing medicine, will share with you, the caregiver, on how the body works. Her message and knowledge of medicine will empower you to take charge of your health. Eventually, our hope through the Caregiver Ministry is to encourage you to restore your health and rejoice in serving God’s people.
Maria Tucker, MPH, RD, LDN, CDE
Maria is a registered Dietitian at Duke Center for Metabolic and Weight Loss Surgery with over 23 years of experience. Maria has the skills, knowledge and abilities to deliver high-powered advice, effective execution and systematic (life-changing) results. She has become one of the State of North Carolina’s most recognized community nutrition educators. Despite her numerous awards from her employer and the local community, Maria continues to humbly volunteer to take part of the Caregiver Ministry.
SCHEDULE FOR A FREE SESSION
Make your New Year’s Resolution and schedule for a free 45-minuter lunch session at your church (workplace) on any Friday of the month, please contact Peter Le at (919) 386-686, or visit our website at WWW.STJPC.COM, email: peter@STJPC.COM