Annual Healing Conference at Methodist Central Hall Westminster

'Transformation: inside and out'

The 2022 MCHW Healing Conference, in partnership with Premier Lifeline, returns to the Great Hall on Saturday 14th May from 10-4.30 pm. Come and experience an exciting, challenging and transforming in-person event.

We feel that God has given us this theme of ‘Transformation’ in these ongoing times of uncertainty and change. We have a God who is in the business of transforming lives and will be exploring how He brings healing to every part: our body, heart, mind, and spirit. Our day together will be full of worship, teaching, testimonies, and prayer ministry, bringing us into the transforming presence and power of God.

Our experiences during this pandemic have all been different, but each of us has been impacted by the changes and challenges it has brought. God knows what is weighing us down. His desire is to bring us healing and freedom, so we can have more of the fullness of life that is ours in Christ.

Come and experience God’s healing presence, as we explore together how He longs to transform us and bring us his wholeness…from the inside out.

Meet those leading the day

We are delighted to have Carolyn Lawrence* as our keynote speaker, who was Vice President of Methodist Conference in 2020-21. She has extensive experience in working alongside individuals and groups seeking healing and wholeness, both in the UK and overseas.

Dave Bilbrough* will once again be leading our times of sung worship throughout the conference, especially taking us all into the presence of God as the conference starts.

As usual, there will be contributions from Jonathan Clark [Premier Lifeline] and the MCHW staff team, (Alison Byran and Revd Lansford Penn-Timity)

There will also be opportunities to receive personal prayer ministry from the combined MCHW and Premier Lifeline prayer teams.

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