04SepHealing Ministry at All Saints, Winter Park, starts in October
- Category:Around the Diocese
- Written By:jthoma
October 20th – November 13th
Mondays: 10:00 – 11:30 am
Wednesdays: 6:30 – 8:00 pm (except Weds., Oct. 31st)
Fridays Oct., 26th & Nov., 2nd: 1:30 – 3:00 pm
Friday Nov., 9th: 10:00 – 12:00 pm Men & Women’s Breakout Sessions
Leader: Canon Jim Holbeck and Carole Holbeck
Location: The Healing Ministry @ All Saints Church – in the Glennon House:
377 E. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park, FL 32789
For more info: Kirsten Aufhammer (407) 647-8925, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Healing Ministry at All Saints Church is pleased to announce that Canon Jim and Carole Holbeck are returning, from Australia, again this year to teach at the Healing Ministry at All Saints Church. Canon Jim will also be our Guest Speaker at the Tuesday Evening Healing Service every Tuesday from October 23rd – November 13th.
Canon Holbeck’s past “Special Master Teaching Workshops” for Clergy and Lay Ministers were such a success that this year his teachings will be open to everyone. All people and churches are invited to attend these teachings. Canon Jim has the unique ability to take in-depth topics and breaking them down into easily understood concepts laying a solid foundation of what the Bible has to say about healing. This year he will be teaching on the following topics: Stress, Depression, Addictions, Sexual Abuse, Healing of Relationships, and Men and Women specific topics.
Canon Holbeck succeeded the Reverend Canon Jim Glennon as the Leader of The Healing Ministry at St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Sydney in 1988. Over the years, he expanded that ministry to include inner healing for those suffering illness as a result of emotional dis-ease. Canon Jim is known internationally for his teaching, preaching, ministry, and blog writings of the healing gifts of Jesus Christ. Canon Holbeck retired in 2006, but he is still busy in the teaching and healing ministry of the Lord.
Canon Jim states that, “In one-on-one ministry you can only minister to one person at a time. However in teaching groups, we minister to one another as we share insights into God’s Word and pray with and for each other.”
Please join us in sharing God’s Word and praying with and for each other. Invite your family and friends.