Service on Praying for those with cancer in St Anne”s Cathedral with Bishop Ken Clarke

Bishop Ken Clarke

Bishop Ken Clarke, director of the South American Missionary Society (pictured right), will be the speaker at a special service of healing in St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast on Monday, October 20 at 8 pm. The theme of the service will be ‘Praying for those with cancer’.

These special services have been held twice a year for a number of years, focussing particularly on those suffering from cancer, as well as their friends and family. Last year cancer accounted for almost 30% of people who died in Northern Ireland. Medical facilities for those suffering from this illness are well publicised. Not so much is known about spiritual healing, yet this dimension of healing is very important. Brother David Jardine, one of the organisers of the services, says ‘It will help people in body, mind and spirit to come to that service on October 20 and receive prayer. Indeed, sometimes God does a miracle. Two or three years ago a woman suffering from an advanced stage of lung cancer was completely healed.’

Personal prayer for healing and the anointing with oil will be available at this service. Although we will be concentrating particularly on the theme of cancer on October 20 people can come for prayer for anything. Some of the official cancer agencies will be present to give advice to people. Worship will be led by Caz Hamilton. You will be very welcome to come along to this special service.

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