The Meros Center was officially launched on November 17, 2022 as a joint venture between Kingdom Workers and Wisconsin Lutheran College. Through The Meros Center, we are equipping people to reflect the life, love, and ministry of Jesus through health-related research and training. Executive Director, Jason Paltzer, shared, "Meros is a Greek word meaning a part or portion of something. It highlights that we all have a part in improving health and Christian health research is a piece of this puzzle. In the Meros Center, we’ve created a research and training community where faith-based health organizations, researchers and learners can find the support they need to measure, innovate and share their impact."
Are you curious to learn more about community health ministry? Consider signing up for our certificate where you will learn about the theology of community health, principles of health ministry, and mental health ministry models. Plus, since all classes are online, it means you can access this information right where you are.
Is your organization or company looking to gain further experience in the areas of community health and research? Consider partnering with The Meros Center to provide your staff and employees with certificate experience they can use to improve the work being done.
Not interested in taking classes, but still looking for a way to support the work? Consider making a financial gift to ensure that the Meros Center can continue to provide engaging and impactful content for curious minds.
Current WLC student and Pilot project participant
At Kingdom Workers, we're committed to uplifting local leaders.
The Meros Center is one new way we can provide local people with the resources and training they need to bring sustainable change to their communities for God's glory.