CHHSM Advancing the Healing & Service Ministry of Jesus Christ

Resourcing Ministries

CHHSM is here to help you discover or develop the resources to better serve your community. To do this, we provide our members with two things — know-how and networks.

Look to CHHSM for opportunities like consulting, governance training, regional and affinity groups, plus an extensive resource library and vocational opportunities bank. These resources exist to help you with the business of ministry.

CHHSM also provides members with competitively priced business services and other benefits, such as the CHHSM Store — all to help you be a better steward of your mission.

By connecting with our family of member organizations as well as other faith-related and service-oriented groups, you will find an excellent source of insight and support. United by a common mission to serve, we are eager to assist one another in pursuit of those goals. Visit our Advocacy Network or Advocacy Resources to gather support for your cause.



Collaborative Builds Resource Network, Relationships »

February 16, 2016

Vivian and Dennis Purcell love to hit the road. The Cedar Community residents have traveled from Wisconsin to Washington and everywhere in between. The Purcells hold the record at the West Bend, Wisconsin, continuing care retirement community for most miles logged through Passport to Travel.


CHHSM Partners Provide Benefits, Resources »

December 15, 2015

Samaritan Bethany started using Pension Boards UCC for its health care needs thanks to the suggestion of its chaplain. Many of the Rochester, Minnesota, senior living organization's 430 employees were choosing to go without insurance and skip trips to the doctor due to rising insurance costs. 


Fall 2015 Newsletter from Cornerstone Fund »

September 4, 2015


CHHSM Members Eligible for Continuing Education Grants »

April 14, 2015

CHHSM members are now eligible for continuing education (CE) grants from the Brown Endowment Fund for Pastoral Scholarships.

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