Dear Church Family,
The month of November is known for giving thanks and being grateful. Take a moment out of the day to thank God for the good health we still have. As we get older, it is easy to gripe at the health we are losing such as our hair, skin tone, firmness, strength, energy… we can go on and on. It is best to be thankful for what we still have. This will be different for all of us. Some have hearing, some sight, some good feet, some strong hands, and some still have sharp minds. Together we are one body strong in Christ ready to conquer any challenge. I am personally thankful to all of you for spiritual support, laughter, and friendship. This offers me more than physical health. Spiritual and emotional well-being can carry us when and where our bodies cannot.
From Our Parrish Nurse
Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Diabetes Month National Healthy Skin Month
National Hospice and Palliative Care Month Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month Pulmonary HypertensionAwareness Month
Attention Smokers: Great American Smoke Out by American Cancer Society- Thursday November 15, 2018 If anyone needs help or resources to quit smoking, feel free to call me at 570 401-8117.
St. Thomas Lutheran Church
The month of November acknowledges the following disease processes:
In honor of CPR Awareness Month I will be accepting reservations for a CPR class (American Heart Association). The plan is to have the class December 18th, Tuesday night at 6:30pm. The cost is $45-55 depending on interest.* Please let Gail or myself know if you would like to attend.
In Christ’s love,
Yvette Salas RN