“Our charity is to be cordial. Now cordial signifies something that renews, invigorates, and warms. Such should be the effect of our love.”

Catherine McAuley, RSM, Founder of the Sisters of Mercy

Our Services

  • We promote faith community nursing as a vital ministry in all faith communities.
  • We enhance networking opportunities among all faith communities.
  • We assist faith communities in starting volunteer health ministry programs that will thrive and serve the needs of those they serve.
  • We conduct health ministry trainings at local churches.
  • We serve as an education and resource center by offering:
    • Consultation
    • Education and continuing education opportunities for faith community nurses, clergy, health ministers, and others interested in health ministry
    • Ideas and materials for health ministry
    • Information about community resources
    • Mentoring
    • Support.

Our Team

The Pittsburgh Mercy Parish Nurse & Health Ministry Program team, from left to right: Linda Burkett, DNP, MSN, RN; Sister Rebecca Nolan, OP; BSN, MA, RN; and Amy Armanious, DNP, MSN, MSOL, RN. (Photo by Micaela Young)

We invite faith communities, faith-based organizations, and care providers who are interested in learning more about faith community nursing and health ministry to contact us at 412-232-5815.