The Faith Community Nurse Network (FCNN) is an interfaith, service organization founded in 2004 by faith community nurses for faith community nurses. Our mission is to champion faith community nursing through professional education, communications and networking, program funding, research, and leadership opportunities.
Faith Community Nurses make a difference in people's lives.
Read our story: Nurses Connect:
Plymouth Congregational Church of Minneapolis Connects with 72 Senior Members
Who is a Faith Community Nurse?
A faith community nurse is an experienced, actively licensed registered nurse (RN) who has completed specialized professional nursing education focused on intentional care of the spirit in the faith community setting. She is knowledgeable in two areas – professional nursing and spiritual care.
Faith community nursing is the specialized practice of professional nursing that focuses on the intentional care of the spirit as well as on the promotion of wholistic health and prevention or minimization of illness within the context of a faith community.
"Faith Community Nursing: Scope & Standards of Practice,"
2nd Edition, ANA, 2012