Food insecurity was experiential for Alfred Johnson long before he became the pastor of a church plant in Greenville. Rev. Alfred Johnson is the Pastor of Church Without Walls and…
Join us August 29 10AM-12PM on Zoom as we continue the conversation that began in May on race relations and health inequities that have been magnified during the pandemic. The Race Relations Subcommittee will facilitate conversation to: Discuss the relationship between racial inequities and health inequities. Share resources and opportunities as suggested by many LiveWell pastors. Identify the role of the church in this discussion.
The summer-long scavenger hunt is back for its eight annual year and is a fun way to keep your family excited about staying active throughout the summer. Park Hop creates a great opportunity to explore the 15+ different parks in the Greenville/Spartanburg area with clues to solve a question at each park. Clues are now available in Spanish as well!
Join us on May 16 from 9:30-11:30am for Part 2 of a community conversation on Mental Health and Faith Communities! This time we will meet virtually on ZOOM. Register on Eventbrite to reserve your spot.
Physical Activity is a proven method for reducing risk of heart disease and promoting heart health. This month LiveWell At Worship will focus it's Quarterly Networking on a celebration of Heart Health through physical activity!Clarence Parker of Health and Fitness Alliance will guide us through tangible daily exercises designed to strengthen our bodies and hearts! Come dressed in comfortable clothing, ready to implement these easy but effective movements.
The holiday season is quickly approaching. Register today to attend a workshop on Saturday, November 9 at University Center of Greenville (225 S. Pleasantburg) Auditorium. Learn from Kealani Davis, MS RD LD, guest speaker from Simply Nutrition. Attendees will learn how to be mindful and less stressed during the holidays by planning with make ahead recipes.
Employees and congregants are able to make the healthy choice the easy choice where they work and pray. 24 worksites and 8 places of worship were recognized for adopting healthy eating and active living policies, systems and environments. Close to 300 attendees enjoyed the Second Annual Wellies at Bons Secours St. Francis Wellness Arena on Thursday, September 19.
Celebrate making Greenville County one of the healthiest communities to live, learn, work, play and pray. Register today to attend The Wellies: LiveWell's Second Annual Recognition Event on Thursday, September 19 from 10:30am- 12:30pm at Bon Secours Wellness Arena. This year, we invite the entire coalition and the public to recognize LiveWell Coalition Partners making the healthy choice the easy choice.
Faith communities can advocate for families who are hurting and seeking mental health resources in Greenville County. Health Ministers, Health Teams, Pastors and Lay Leaders along with the community at large are welcome to attend.Guest speakers are from PRISMA Department of Behavior and Psychiatry Medicine. Register today to attend on Saturday, August 24 at 225 S. Pleasantburg Dr.
Know anyone who participates in SNAP? Uses sidewalks or the Swamp Rabbit Trail? Attends a summer camp? Register to participate and learn ways to advocate for healthy eating and active living (HEAL) on a local and state level. Many of LiveWell's coalition partners implement, utilize, and/or connect multiple services that increase access to healthy eating and active living for Greenville residents of ALL ages.