New service at First Lisburn

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A Healing Service will be held at First Lisburn Presbyterian Church on Thursday September 3 from 1pm until 1.30pm and everyone is welcome to attend.

The service will be followed by the opportunity to receive personal prayer.

The speaker at the first service will be Brother David Jardine from Divine Healing Ministries.

Brother David Jardine is a Church of Ireland clergyman and also a member of the Society of St. Francis, a religious community in the Anglican Church. He is a former chaplain in Crumlin Road Prison, Belfast (1975 - 1985) and from 1985 to 1988 he worked in two churches in New York.

Along with a group of others David Jardine founded Interdenominational Divine Healing Ministries in 1992. Since then, on an interdenominational basis they have been praying for the healing of individuals and of our land.

Brother David has led the formation of an extensive Team of trained healers, who by invitation have attended many churches and associated venues throughout Ireland.

You can receive prayer for any need in your life - 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.

A member of First Lisburn Presbyterian Church is encouraging people to find out more about the power of healing prayer. “I had problems with my sight and really feared that I would lose it after being diagnosed with Macular Degeneration.

“The prayer ministry team in the church were fantastic in their support and thanks to their ongoing prayer my vision has been restored beyond even the expectations of the doctors.

“I know that people can sometimes be nervous to ask for prayer but I would encourage everyone to go along to the service to find out more about it. There is no pressure and everyone on the team are very friendly and welcoming.”

The services will be held on the first Thursday of each month, with the next service being held on October 1.

Everyone will be made very welcome and tea and coffee will be available.