Trinity Baptist Church Received “CHIPS Mini Grant”

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Trinity Baptist Church Received “CHIPS Mini Grant”


Pictured Rev. Dr. Thurmond Bowens Jr.

The Health & Wellness Ministry of the Trinity Baptist Church under the leadership of the Rev. Dr. Thurmond Bowens Jr., received a grant from the University of South Carolina’s School of Public Health.  The “CHIPS Mini Grant” will be used to promote health screenings for individuals that may have missed their yearly check-up/exams due to COVID-19. The theme “Catch Up” is a health initiative that will provide screenings along with referrals, educational forums and resources for the congregants of the church and other surrounding communities.

The Health & Wellness Ministry is thrilled & honored to be the recipient of this grant and feel that it is timely, since Trinity Baptist is celebrating 100 years of being a “Reflection for the Community” f or the Waverly area. By providing screenings Trinity’s Health & Wellness Ministry is eager to help others receive the screenings and medical care they deserve and assist o by the community by addressing the health disparities that continue to rage our neighborhood. Through the resources of this grant, the health & Wellness ministry will continue to be a beacon of light for the community.




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