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Seven ways Churches can support their congregations and promote healthy mental well-being

Patrick Regan OBE and Rachael Newham

I wonder how you’re feeling as we enter 2022? You may be full of hope and optimistic about what is to come; with vaccines and glimpses of something that looks like normal. Or you might be coming to this fresh new year a little weary, a little wary of what’s on the horizon. Likely you might be feeling a strange mixture of both.

This strange and brutal storm we’ve been living in over the past two years has left its marks on us all as we’ve sought to come to terms with the losses and perhaps the hardest thing about it is we’re not sure when the end will finally come.

Therefore, it’s never been so important that we have ‘the mental health’ conversation, whether that be in the pulpit, on Zoom or in living rooms. So, we’ve put together seven ways our churches can support their congregations and promote good wellbeing as we enter this new year.

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