Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Healing Evenings and Kingdom Come Prayer


Healing Evenings - Sundays 1st and 22nd November

One of the many things to come out of this season of Covid has been the number of healings we've heard reports of. In the last two weeks I've heard of one person who had an abscess in their mouth which was instantly healed, somebody who had a blood test saying they had cancer but then (after a whole load of people prayed) had a second blood test which came back completely clear and somebody who got prayer for chronic pain in their legs which has now totally gone. Praise God!

We want to create more space for people to receive prayer for healing so we've asked Paul Manwaring, who is part of Kerith Windsor, to lead two evenings for us. Paul has an anointing to pray for healing - the two times he has preached with us recently he finished with words of knowledge for healing to which a number of people responded to say that they had been healed.

The evenings are going to be on Sunday the 1st and 22nd November at 7.30pm, and will be hosted by our Windsor site pastor, Leon Johnson, on our Kerith Facebook page. The stream will start at 7.20pm. Paul will do around 20 minutes of teaching and then there will be an opportunity for people to be prayed for, using the chat function on the live stream to ask for prayer. Please join us, and invite others to come along if you know people who would benefit from this.

Kingdom Come Hour of Prayer - Monday 2nd November

At 8pm on Monday we have our monthly Kerith wide hour of prayer. This will be hosted on zoom - the zoom link will be emailed out on Monday morning but if you don't get it please send an email to info@kerith.church and we will get it to you. 

We will be sharing communion together and we will be praying for our nation and the nations at this key moment in history. We will also be having time in small groups to pray for one another. Please join us from 7.50pm for what is a key hour in the month for us a a community.

Thank you everyone.

Blessings,

Simon

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