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Tuning into Health and Harmony: Join the Rhythm of Care with Church Health

Memphis is a city where the heartbeat of the community can be felt through its art, music, and sense of togetherness. 

Yet, beneath the surface of our city lies a challenge that impacts many of our neighbors – access to quality health care. Thankfully, an organization we know and love, Church Health, is working to address this issue, and they are inviting you to be part of their mission.

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Church Health is a beacon of hope, compassion, and transformation in the heart of Memphis. Founded in 1987 by Dr. Scott Morris, this not-for-profit is dedicated to providing accessible, quality health care to the uninsured and underserved populations in Memphis.

Church Health stands out due to its holistic approach to healthcare. They recognize that health goes beyond the physical, encompassing emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being. Embracing this comprehensive perspective, their mission is to empower individuals in achieving and sustaining overall well-being.

Church Health operates a variety of programs, including primary care, eye care, dental care, mental health services, and even a nutrition hub.

Their mission is clear: to ensure that no Memphian has to choose between their health and their basic needs.

A young girl is being examined by a doctor with a stethoscope, ensuring the rhythm of health.


Church Health has a profound impact on Memphis. Over the course of their 36 years in Memphis, they have touched countless lives. With their dedicated medical services, they extend a lifeline to thousands of patients each year, granting access to quality healthcare that would otherwise be out of reach.

But Church Health goes beyond mere treatment. They empower individuals to reclaim their well-being through comprehensive education and wellness programs, targeting the underlying causes of health issues, not just the symptoms.

More than healthcare providers, they cultivate a supportive community. Church Health is a sanctuary, a haven where individuals can find solace, hope, and embark on a transformative journey towards improved health.

In essence, Church Health is not just a healthcare institution; it is a beacon of care, compassion, and inclusivity. It brings people together, fostering a sense of belonging and unity, while guiding them towards a better tomorrow.

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Now that you know about the incredible work Church Health is doing in Memphis, it’s time to step up and make a difference. The good news is that you can be part of their mission, and it starts with a single step.

The Church Health team is inviting you to an evening of music and community building called Rhythm of Care! This event will take place from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. on Friday, April 19, at Comeback Coffee located at 358 N Main St. 

At Rhythm of Care, you’ll enjoy a live performance from talented Memphis musicians, Raneem Imam with Fergus Barnes on guitar followed by QEMIST with a live DJ set.

You’ll also have the opportunity to hear from Church Health providers, gaining insights into their crucial work in the community. 

So, save the date and make sure you seize this incredible opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of your fellow community members.

Supporting a Worthy Cause

The best part about Rhythm of Care is you can rock while giving back to the community. Proceeds from this benefit will go directly to Church Health and will contribute to an organization dedicated to improving healthcare accessibility in the Memphis community. 

So, as you soak in the rhythm of Memphis, remember that you have the power to be the heartbeat of change in our community. Join Church Health at Rhythm of Care, celebrate the spirit of Memphis, and be part of a movement that’s transforming our neighbor’s lives.

For more information and to register for Rhythm of Care, visit this link. We’ll see you there, ready to make a lasting impact on our beloved Memphis.

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