We Have Opened Our Doors For Spiritual Healing
OVER the past few years we at Haddenham Baptist Church have opened our doors and held what we have called a House of Prayer . It has been great to find people who come in and have a quiet time, a spiritual time. Some have been people who come to our chur
OVER the past few years we at Haddenham Baptist Church have opened our doors and held what we have called a 'House of Prayer'. It has been great to find people who come in and have a quiet time, a spiritual time. Some have been people who come to our church or others, but what has struck me is that people of no church have come in and have appreciated the space and the time.
We have tried to provide people with different perspectives on prayer by providing material to stimulate and engage in different ways. It became clear to us that there was a need to provide something different for our community and so we have introduced a healing service on the third Saturday of the month.
From personal experience I can say that healing services do work. Faith often starts with little things and builds up.
So if you would like to have a prayer for healing, please come along and join us on November 15 at Haddenham Baptist Church. If you would like to post a prayer request, just send it to Haddenham Baptist Church, The Green, Haddenham, Ely CB6 3TA.
REV JIM MULLIN
Haddenham Baptist Church
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