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    Date/Time
    Date(s) - 31/12/2018 - 31/12/2019
    12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

    Location
    St. Croix Vineyard Cafe

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    Prayer Room Brochure

    Healing & Prayer Room

    At the St. Croix Vineyard upstairs in the Café 12:30 pm Sundays

    What is the Healing & Prayer Room About?

    The purpose of the healing & prayer room is to provide a safe place for people seeking something from God, whether it is healing or otherwise.

     

    What to expect

    •   To be listened to by caring people who will offer prayers
    •   Two others will be present, at a minimum
    •   What you share is confidential unless there is an indication of danger to self or others
    •   To be asked how you would like to be prayed forWhat not to expect  Counselling on personal issues  Pressure to contrive a spiritualexperience  Long religious prayers  Guarantees on the result you seek  Advice contrary to medical professionals
    • Where/when will this be taking place?

      •   Upstairs in the café at the St. Croix Vineyard, 3232 Victoria Street, St. Stephen, NB
      •   12:30 PM on most Sundays unless there is not enough people available to pray (2 minimum).Interested in helping the prayer room?Contact UsAlex Henderson 506-321-1884

        ”You can’t learn how to heal the sick by reading a book or mastering a technique. You believe what Jesus promised and then you get out and do it .” – John Wimber