Every Christian gathering should be an opportunity for healing. If it isn’t, try
this. During the worship close your eyes and earnestly seek God’s face and bring
to him your request and continue to worship him from your heart in gratitude.
Also - remember that where two, or three are gathered in Jesus name, there he is.
Do not be timid about inviting some Christians who are trustworthy to share with
you in a healing time of praise and worship. God is as likely to honour the little
gathering as He is the grand event.
If you feel the need for a ‘proper’ service with Communion and a clergy person, why
not introduce your local clergy person to the possibility of a healing service in
your church, or a time for healing during the service, or after the service?
A browse though the Healing Ministries may be of help before embarking on a pilgrimage
to a healing service.
On the third Wednesday of each month at 7.30pm there is a healing service. On a rare
occasion it may be at St Cuthbert’s Church.
This service was begun by the recently ordained Bishop of Huntington, David Thompson
and probably with the blessing of the Bishop of Carlisle, who has developed the ‘healing
ministry’ in his diocese, since he came to Cumbria in AD 2001.