Presbyterian Church Provides Free Medical Outreach in Bauchi Community 

By Lizzy Carr 

The Presbyterian church of Nigeria Bauchi Mission Parish has organised a free medical outreach to people of Yelwan Makaranta community of the state.

The outreach targets 500 patients within the community as it’s part of activities marking the church 2022 crusade with theme Royal Priesthood.

The exercise which was conducted at the church premises, provided services to all those who came there both Muslim and Christians.

National Director mission Presbyterian church of Nigeria, Reverend Godwin Nwambara said the outreach is part of the church way to bringing medical assistant to it’s host community.

“We are in Bauchi for a crusade and thought it wise to give people both spiritual and physical help”.

“Many of those who turn up have been sick for awhile and could not afford to go to hospital for lack of funds, thus bringing help to the door steps has put smiles on their faces”.

“We provided services to all, both Muslims and Christians as a sign of love, because  sickness does not discriminate base on religion”, said Nwambara.

Mrs peace Shadrach, Halima Ibrahim and Musa Abdullahi thank PCN for the gesture.

The outreach provides services that include Malaria testing and treatment, Hypertension, Diabetes screening and treatment of diarrhoea, cough and catarrh and many others.

Our correspondent reports that those with severe cases were referred to the hospital for further treatment.

One thought on “Presbyterian Church Provides Free Medical Outreach in Bauchi Community 

  1. This is a step in the right direction. God bless the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria, Bauchi and the director of Missions like wise the Rev. Collins

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