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Interdenominational Divine Healing Ministries

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Belfast BT13 2ES

Tel: 028 9031 1532 

Email: divinehealing@live.co.uk

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Divine Healing Ministries

Registered with The Charities Commission for Northern Ireland NIC101661
 

Divine Healing Ministries was founded in 1992 to pray for the healing of individuals and of our land.  Prayer for healing is offered weekly at five different venues in Belfast.


What is Divine Healing?
 

Divine Healing is an endeavour, through prayer, counselling, the laying-on of hands, and anointing with oil, to bring to someone in need of wholeness the healing love of Jesus Christ.


What can I receive prayer for?
 

Loneliness, past hurts, anxiety, stress, recovery from sickness, physical healing, broken relationship, your relationship with God, someone you are concerned about, temptation, guidance over a decision. You can receive prayer for any need in your life.


What can I expect?
 

Sometimes God does a miracle instantaneously, but today people are often healed gradually over a period of time. Through prayer, we can expect to find peace, strength and healing, and at least an improvement in our condition.

 

Where will it be?

Prayer for healing is offered by Divine Healing Ministries in five different locations in Belfast every week:

 
St George’s Church, High Street, Belfast on Mondays at 1pm. The service in St George’s just lasts half an hour and is in the context of Holy Communion.  There is a very deep peace in St George’s and, to take advantage of that, we have short periods of silence during the service.

St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast, on Mondays at 8pm. The service in St Anne’s Cathedral lasts about 45 minutes, and we usually have a worship group to lead us.  There is a good spirit in this service and that really helps to prepare people to receive prayer.

St Finnian’s Church, Creagagh, Tuesdays at 8pm. St Finnian’s is a quieter service and just lasts about 40 minutes.  It has always been appreciated by people of all age groups.

St Peter’s Cathedral, Falls Road, Belfast on Tuesdays from 10.30am to 12 noon

 

Shankill Methodist Church on Thursdays from 10.30am to 12.30pm
 

In St Peter’s Cathedral and Shankill Methodist there is no service.  You can just go in and receive a prayer.  In the other three locations there is a service, followed by prayer ministry and the anointing with oil being offered.
 
In all of these locations where prayer is offered on a weekly basis there is a very committed and compassionate prayer ministry team, who will greet you with compassion and sensitivity.