• The Met
  • The Art Renewal Center
  • William Bouguereau

  • My Favorite Art
  • Jeune Fille se Defendant Contre L'amour
    by William Bouguereau

  • Le_ravissement de Psyche
    by William Bouguereau

  • Flagellation de Notre Seigneur Jésus Christ
    by William Bouguereau
My Photo
Location: Liverpool, NY

"In my house, I'm a big deal. That's all that matters."


About The Ultra Rev


Free Hit Counters

Powered by Blogger

Friday, March 09, 2012

Healing Service at St. Andrew's Anglican Church in Syracuse & Bishop Doc Loomis Visits

Welcome to St. Andrew's Anglican Church, Syracuse, NY

St. Andrew's has planning a healing service for the past several weeks.  We have sensed God's leading to pray for the sick and oppressed.  But in a God-ordained moment, earlier this week, the Right Rev'd. Doc Loomis called to say he could come visit this weekend.  So he is going to join in praying.  Here's the announcement from our site:

Healing Services, March 11 & Welcome Bishop Doc Loomis

Our regular Sunday morning services at 8 & 10:30 am will focus on healing prayer. There will be time in the service set aside for praying for anyone who would like healing prayer for mind, body and spirit. We will also be praying for healing and strengthening of marriages. It will be done in a discrete manner to protect everyone's privacy. All are welcome but we strongly encourage you to come for prayer if you are battling addiction, chronic pain, depression & anxiety, seemingly hopeless situations, and, any and all kinds of illnesses. We love you and want to pray with and for you. Please invite your friends and loved ones who need healing and encouragement.
A late but welcome addition to our plans ... Bishop Doc Loomis of the AMIA will be join us this weekend and ministering as part of our healing prayer team. He will stay for family dinner and give an update on the the latest developments within the AMIA.

And there will be lunch after the second service.  It's going to be a good day.

Comments on "Healing Service at St. Andrew's Anglican Church in Syracuse & Bishop Doc Loomis Visits"


post a comment