Who We Are

Jonathan Shiller, COO ORMC

Our Story

And Jesus answered them, “Go and tell John what you hear and see: the blind receive their sight and the lame walk, lepers are cleansed and the deaf hear, and the dead are raised up, and the poor have good news preached to them.  And blessed is the one who is not offended by me.” Matt 11:4-6

Christ Health Care Ministry (CHCM) has a holistic view of health care – the attention to physical and spiritual needs. 
Even before CHCM was formally established, starting in 2010, several physicians and other health care professionals volunteered their time, money and supplies to offer screenings, basic care instructions to some of those most needy in the City of Newburgh at the long established Newburgh Ministry.
Understanding that across the country, there is a growing movement of Christian health professionals and congregations seeking to help the Church reclaim its biblical roots in ministries of healing and health care, locally, a Steering Committee of health professionals and community leaders began meeting in December 2011 with the purpose of organizing a health care ministry. . Read More

Mission: Christ Health Care Ministry promotes compassionate medical and spiritual services to those who need it most with the purpose of sharing God’s love.

Our mission is to promote solutions to address the unmet physical and spiritual needs of low-income residents of Greater New York by providing health information, referrals to existing health care entities, and Christian spiritual counseling...Read More

Vision: That all individuals receive Christ’s eternal healing

CHCM partners with local health care providers as a way of getting “a foot in the door.” These medical providers use their God-given skills and talents to bring healing to the physical body. But more importantly, they also bring the hope of eternal healing through the gospel of Jesus Christ...Read More

Statement of Faith

Because Christ Health Care Ministry is focused on meeting, not only the physical needs of the poor, the uninsured, and the homeless, but also their spiritual needs, CHCM has adopted a basic ecumenical, evangelical statement of faith...Read More