If you would like to receive prayer for healing, the best point of contact is your local parish priest, minister or chaplain – see A Church Near You
Local clergy are, in turn, supported by the Diocesan Freedom Team – which acts as a resource for Parishes in the Diocese, providing support and advice relating to Christ’s reconciling ministry of Healing and Freedom.
You can also book an appointment at a new initiative led by the Freedom Team – the House of Mercy – which offers a holistic approach to healing and freedom, including Unbound Freedom prayer, prayer for Healing, Intercessory Prayer for yourself or someone you care about, Therapy and Clinical Psychological Assessments. See House of Mercy
Unbound Retreat Day for Clergy & Readers –
‘The Church is a Field Hospital’
Tues 9th October 2018 at Spring Meadow Barn Whepley Hill Berkhamsted
A day for Clergy and Readers to explore a model of praying for freedom and inner healing – ‘Unbound’ – and apply it personally.
Led by the Diocesan Freedom and Healing Team, who have been using Unbound prayer ministry since 2014 with great fruit.
Topics to be covered include:
- Overview of the ‘five keys’ of Unbound
- The Power of the Gospel
- Principles and Practices
- How we pray
Space for personal Reflection and Prayer, and optional opportunity to receive individual Unbound Prayer ministry.
Spring Meadow is a beautiful pine wood with barn in the Berkhamsted countryside. A two-course lunch is included. Cost of the day – £18 (may be claimed from Training Grant)
Further information and booking: The Church is a Field Hospital
For other enquiries about the work of the Freedom Team, including support for churches wanting to begin or ‘refresh’ the ministry of healing and freedom, please contact the Bishop’s Adviser for Healing and Freedom – email: Adviser