Prayer for healing with the laying on of hands is an ancient Christian practice that has been part of services at All Saints for almost thirty years. Healing ministers are lay people whose call to this specific ministry has been discerned in community. Lay ministers of healing are trained and supervised by the rector and are assisted by the clergy. All healing is from God; during Communion on most Sundays healing ministers pray with people who come to the Langdon Chapel and request prayers. Healing ministers help you place your concerns in the hands of a loving God. The laying on of hands during healing prayer is a tangible sign of God’s healing embrace.
If you feel called to this ministry please approach one of the healing ministers and/or the rector with questions about participation. A significant period of mutual discernment, and training followed by a commitment to ongoing formation with the Healing Ministry Team is required.