Purpose Point Community Health Celebrates Grand Opening  

New faith-based charitable health clinic ready to serve the community

Pastor Trenae Jordan and Commissioner Katherlyn Geter celebrated the grand opening of the new Purpose Point Community Health location on North Chamberlain Avenue in Glass Farm last weekend. The faith-based charitable health clinic has been their vision for more than a decade and we are so happy to see it come to life now in our neighborhood. 

“Purpose Point Community Health Clinic will serve residents in East Chattanooga and Hamilton County by providing physical, mental, social, and spiritual care rooted in compassion and love,” they posted on their Facebook page after the ribbon-cutting which was attended by residents, partners, and Mayor Andy Berke. GHC’s operations manager was also there to congratulate celebrate our friend, neighbor, and partner, Pastor Jordon on his 16th Pastoral Anniversary which was on the same day!

So much to celebrate in Glass Farm and we’re happy to share these photos from the New Canaan Baptist Church!

In Case You Missed It: Check out the newest installment of Heard + Amplified, featuring Erika Roberts in conversation and reflection with Commissioner Geter.

Learn more about the vision for Purpose Point Community Health on the Scenic Roots interview on WUTC 88.1 NPR.  Listen here.