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Please note that places are limited and we will have a waiting list so please do let us know, as soon as you are aware, if you are unable to take part. You can email us on email@example.com
The format of the session will take place on ZOOM and you will be sent a link to join in when we confirm your booking. This session is offered free of charge but if you are able to make a donation we would be very grateful.
It’s completely free and lasts for about 45 minutes!
We’ve seen God doing some lovely healing and had great feedback from those who have been missing the support they would normally receive at church:
Thank you so much for these zoom meditations and small groups. I meet Jesus every time, find his presence and get an encouraging picture and word.
I found the sessions comforting and the breakout rooms are a good idea to get to speak with a smaller group of people so that everyone gets a chance to express themselves.
Thank you . . . for providing ‘food for the soul’ during this strange time when we are transitioning to the ‘new normal’.
Thank you so much for yesterday. It was great to join in with something I hadn’t done before. . . . I really did feel blessed by the whole thing.
These are a ‘ray of light and hope’ as I contemplate the direction the Lord would like me to travel, especially in relation to work.
I look forward so much to these wonderful uplifting gatherings and thank Jesus for zoom.
Our director, Revd John Ryeland, gives a short talk before leading the group in a guided prayer meditation focussing on the love of the Father, the presence of Jesus with us and the power of the Spirit. Then those who attend are invited to join a small online group for 15 minutes, where a facilitator will encourage them to reflect on the prayer time and perhaps receive more prayer.
Our belief is that ‘Christian healing’ touches on body, mind and spirit and may involve acceptance of God’s love, repentance, the giving and receiving of forgiveness, freedom from oppression and many other things, in the recognition that Christ’s touch will be different for each person at the different times when they come to him.