NOTICE: All Health Ministries are currently on hold due to COVID-19. If you need assistance, please call the church office at 361-729-1659. 

** Prescription Assistance is not currently meeting in person.  However, if you need assistance you can call 361-729-1666 and leave a message.  We will do our best to assist you during this challenging time. Thank you.

Wesley Nurse

Kathy Wilson, RN
First United Methodist Church of Rockport
801 E Main St
Rockport, TX 78382
Summer Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

How Can We Help?

The Health Ministries Team is in place to provide encouragement and support for our parishioners.  Use the below form to inform us of upcoming concerns such as hospital stays or surgeries that may require support from our church family.

Coastal Bend Wellness Mobile Health Clinic

The Coastal Bend Wellness Mobile Health Clinic comes to First United Methodist Church of Rockport on the fourth Monday of each month.  When it is here, the clinic is parked on the Live Oak side of the church.  Visit for more information.  Call 361-814-2001 to schedule an appointment.

Walking Classes

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
8:25 a.m.-9:00 a.m. 2-Mile Walk
9:00 a.m.-9:30 a.m. 1-Mile Walk  
Classes are facilitated by Kathy Wilson, RN, and follow walking DVD’s. All are welcome to join these free community walking classes held in the Fellowship Hall at First United Methodist Church of Rockport.

Behavioral Health Counselor

Church Based Counseling Services of Methodist Healthcare Ministries
What does a Church Based Counselor do?
As a counselor, he is trained to help others through difficult times in life: family problems, parent and child problems, marital issues, anxiety, anger, depression, bereavement, or mental illness issues.
Will anyone find out if I am in counseling?
Counseling sessions are confidential and private. That means that counselors cannot discuss what is said in sessions to others. In addition the session are in a safe environment in a faith based setting.
What kind of people benefit from counseling?
Many people avoid going to counseling because they believe that it means that something is “wrong” with them. This is a mistaken belief. In fact, persons from many walks of life benefit from professional counseling. Most people decide they would benefit from counseling because life often throws struggles at them for which they are unprepared or do not have the skills to cope with effectively. Clients are encouraged to learn to accept themselves and to gain new skills for living in a more constructive and positive way.
If someone you know is interested in our counseling services, call at 361-658-9708. The first appointment is free.

Prescription Assistance

A ministry to assist eligible individuals obtain free or low-cost prescription drugs. Eligible individuals must not have Medicaid or other prescription drug coverage.*

Hours of Operation: Mondays from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Location: First United Methodist Church (Entrance on Main St. across from Charlie Marshall’s Funeral Home)
Phone: (361) 729-1666
Contacts: Judy Goodner

Please bring the following to each visit:

  • Medication bottles or prescription(s)
  • Drivers License
  • Social Security Card
  • Income Information
  • Supplemented Insurance Cards
  • Medicaid Denied Letter
  • Pharmacy Print-out
* There may be assistance from some of the Pharmaceutical Companies for individuals on Medicare Part D (Prescription Coverage) who are in the “do-nut hole”.