Science and Technology Impact
Uniting Ministries and Agencies to transform Science and Technology
TYPES OF CHURCH-MINISTRIES:
WOMEN'S OR MEN'S GROUPS
HEALTH CARE SERVICES
CULINARY OR FOOD PANTRY
LIST OF CITY-AGENCIES:
GILEAD HEALING CENTER
TRICOUNTY OFFICE OF AGING
GREATER LANSING FOOD BANK
INGHAM HEALTH DEPARTMENT
COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH
DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES
LANSING HRCS DEPARTMENT
A COGL member who serves as a consultant for and with ministries for city impact.
Michelle Twitchell, Health Worker
Network Representative for Science and Technology Impact
Networks Impacting Science and Technology
Science and Technology Prayer Team
Hearing from our Cities | 2019 Report
Our Culture of Prayer Team facilitated a prayer meeting with 10 leaders around this area.
COGL worked with a Steering Team of practitioners and network leaders in this area for
planning the event.
Their diverse professional backgrounds include technology, doctor, State worker in human services, health educator.
City Discussion Panelists
James Jackson, Representative of Ingham
County Technology Council
Sarah Kenney, Pathways to Care Program
of Ingham County Health Department
Faith Community Panelists
Michelle Twitchell - Congregational Health Team
Ways to Serve Our Cities
Provide individuals or groups transportation to health appointments.
Open your facility to the community for computer usage or host trainings.
Resources for Community Groups
• Capital Area District Library for computer labs• Tek Systems for I.T. staffing• Community Mental Health 1st Aid Training by CMH in Lansing.
Ways to Pray for our Cities
Please pray for new and creative technology and science ideas to come out of Lansing to impact chronic issues, communication, healthier living, and more.
Faith Impact on Science and Technology | 2019 Report
(Join our united city impact on report.coglnetwork.org - $25 Donation)
Did you know? The first hospital in the U.S., the Pennsylvania Hospital, was originally conceived in 1751 by Christian scientists, Dr.
Thomas Bond and Benjamin Franklin. It was built to be an institution “for the reception and cure of the sick poor...free of charge,” Dr. Bond states.
Worldwide, Churches are known for providing missionary services to visit, help, or heal the sick. Over half of the
hospital’s you find today are name after Saints or have Clergy and Chaplain staffed to meet spiritual needs for
holistic healing. The churches in the Lansing area each include ministries focused on science and technology, such as
nurse’s care, community computer labs, food & nutrition, chiropractic care, communications, or in-house tech and
engineering services. Here is a list of community groups that are impacting science and technology:
Graces List – An online emergency services directory
His Healing Hands Clinic – Medical care for the low-income population
Nami Lansing – Mental health care services
Shekinah International – Donating toward individual medical expenses
Friendship Baptist Church – Provides trips to medical appointments
Annual Collaboration Events
(List your faith event here - $50 Donation)
Faith in the 517 Food Drive | November 2020 TBA |See Events.coglnetwork.org
Community Support Business Listings
(List your business here - $100 Donation)
Juice Nation | 517-372-7700 | 111 S. Washington Sq. Lansing, MI 48933 | Juicenationmi.com
His Healing Hands Clinic | 517-882-0056 | 2025 W. Holmes Rd Lansing, MI | Hishealinghandsministry.org
The Davies Project for Mid-Michigan Children | 517-515-5122 | 230 Bingham Street Suite 100 Lansing, MI 48912| Thedaviesproject.org
STATE OF THE CITY 2019 - SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FOCUS
In Lansing, the mayor is focused on improving nutrition and health accessibility for all residents. Additionally, the city has implemented new technology that includes using mobile apps for parking, emergency services, and communication of city resources.
City Dept.: Department of Human Services
FINANCIAL HEALTH TEAM
• Mayor Schor is rebooting the Lansing financial health team. This important resource, originally put together by Mayor Bernero in 2012, provides necessary experience and is a critical resource to address the City of Lansing’s future financial challenges.
• Michigan State University has committed aid and resources to the City of Lansing towards updating the original report from 2013, as well as student resources to help the city grapple with this important challenge.