*: multiple parishes
St. Ann’s Episcopal Church
37 Division Street
Amsterdam, New York 12010
Healing Eucharists will be scheduled on a quarterly basis. This service will begin with contemporary praise and worship music. Eucharist will be celebrated, and prayer will be offered for those in need of healing or any other needs.
St. John’s-Grace Episcopal Church
51 Colonial Circle
Buffalo, New York 14222
St. John’s-Grace provides on going opportunities to attend religious services for anyone who feels a need for healing in body, mind or spirit.
At each weekly Sunday morning service (8:30 and 10:30) anointing and laying on of hands is offered at a side station or at the communion rail during the service for any who feel a need for healing in body, mind or spirit.
Members of the St. John’s-Grace Healing Team provide the laying on of hands, anointing, and healing prayers at the two Sunday services. They meet once a month (usually the first Saturday of the month at 2:30 p.m.) to talk, listen, and pray.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral
The Corner of Church and Pearl Streets
Buffalo, New York 14202
Spirituality & Care of Souls
The Sacrament of Unction, also called healing or anointing, is celebrated every Wednesday at the 12:05 noonday Eucharist. On Sunday morning, healing prayers with anointing are also offered at the Richmond Chapel during the 9:00 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. Eucharists.
St. Luke’s Church
4 St. Luke’s Place
Cambridge, New York 12816
It’s What’s Happening!
Join us Wednesdays, at 10:00 in the Parish Hall Chapel for our weekly healing services. God is in a good mood and he wants to heal you!
Saint Boniface Episcopal Church
5148 Western Avenue
Guilderland, New York 12084
Holy Eucharist And Sacramental Healing
Wednesday, 12:05 p.m.
All Saints Church
4935 New York Route 7
Hoosick, New York 12089
Evening Prayer and Healing Service, Tuesdays, 5:30 p.m.
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
754 Montauk Highway
Islip , New York, 11751
Thursdays at 9:00 a.m. in All Souls’ Chapel, is a Guitar Mass with a Litany of Healing and a homily.
Order of St. Luke
• The revival of Christian healing in the church today may be a means of the greatest advance of Christianity in this century.
• God’s healing power operates within the church which is the body of Christ on earth, through its membership.
• God works through human channels to do His healing. We must make ourselves fit and willing channels for this work.
Almighty God, who inspired your servant Luke the Physician to set forth in the Gospel the love and healing power of your Son: graciously continue in your Church the love and power to heal, to the praise and glory of your name;through Jesus Christ our Lord.
The Rule Of The Order Of St. Luke the Physician
• Members of OSL are urged to keep the spirit of the Rule of the Order which follows, and to remember that it is to be an important part in shaping our lives in Christ Jesus.
• I will PRAY daily for this work, remembering to use the Lord’s Prayer with the special intention that God’s will may be done in me and in all humankind. I will also use the special prayer of St. Luke’s Day at frequent intervals.
• I will CULTIVATE a personal prayer life, and will seek a closer walk with Jesus Christ, our Savior and Healer.
• I will PRAY for the whole body of Christ for the purpose of supporting the scriptural intent that the whole body “upbuild itself in love.” (Eph 4:16)
• I will READ from the New Testament daily.
• I will RECEIVE Holy Communion regularly.
• I will SEEK such health of body, soul, and spirit as will make me capable of maximum vocation.
• I will CULTIVATE the gifts God has given me for the work of healing by study, by active service, and by giving heed to the revelation God gives in particular circumstances.
• I will SEEK continued growth as an instrument our Lord can use for the healing of others.
• I will SHARE this healing gospel with others by personal witness, by praying with others, by supporting Sharing, A Journal of Healing, by circulating healing literature, and by contributing according to my ability.
• I will ATTEMPT all of this so far as I am able with the help of God.
St. John’s Episcopal Church
1 N. Market Street
Johnstown, New York 12095
Wednesday, 12:05 p.m., Holy Eucharist/Healing Service
St. Mary’s Episcopal Church
220 Lake Avenue
Lake Luzerne, New York 12846
At St. Mary’s, we believe that God still heals today! Jesus sent out his disciples to preach the kingdom and to heal the sick (Luke 9:2) and he calls us to do the same today (John 14:12; Mt. 19:28; James 5:14-16). Our call is to listen, love and pray for anyone seeking prayer for healing — and to let God do the rest.
St. Mary’s offers several different opportunities for you to receive prayer:
Healing services are held periodically. At these services, you can receive prayer from one of St. Mary’s prayer team either for yourself, or on behalf of another. See our church calendar for when the next service will be held.
A Healing Prayer team is always available at the front of the church after each Sunday Service.
Individual Prayer Ministry Appointments
There are times when our hurts are so deep that more intensive prayer may needed. Inquiries about Individual Prayer Ministry appointments should be directed to Deacon Dave.
Soaking prayer is an opportunity to receive a 1 hour ‘soaking’ of concentrated prayer in a relaxing setting. St. Mary’s has not yet set up a Soaking Prayer schedule, but please stay tuned…
The Church of Saint Luke in the Fields
487 Hudson Street
New York, New York 10014
Sunday at 12:45 p.m.
Church of the Incarnation
209 Madison Avenue
New York, New York 10016
Friday 12:15 p.m. Holy Eucharist with Prayers for Healing
The Parish of Calvary ~ St. George’s
61 Gramercy Park North
New York, New York 10010
Healing Prayer Ministry
“How then were your eyes opened?” they asked. He replied, “The man they call Jesus made some mud and put it on my eyes. He told me to go to Siloam and wash. So I went and washed, and then I could see.” ~ John 9:10-11
God hears our prayers, and every time we pray, God moves. God uses ordinary people to pray for the sick, and it is through prayer that we connect our wounds to Christ’s wounds. Healing is central to Christianity. It is a practical application of the basic message of salvation: Jesus is our Savior, and He came to liberate us from sin and from emotional and physical sickness.
Healing Prayer is offered at every Sunday service and also every Thursday following the healing service (12:10 at Calvary Church). If you are unable to attend one of these prayer times, feel free to send us a prayer request using the form below. A member of our prayer team will pray for you in a timely and confidential manner. The request will be prayer for over a two week period.
“He has sent me to bring good news to the poor, to proclaim liberty to captives and to the blind new sight, to set the downtrodden free, to proclaim the Lord’s year of favor.” ~ Luke 4:18
Saint Ignatius of Antioch Episcopal Church
552 West End Avenue
New York, New York 10024
Wednesday: 6:00 p.m., Evening Prayer
6:30 p.m., Healing Mass
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
6595 East Quaker Street
Orchard Park, New York 14127
Sunday Worship Schedule:
8:00 a.m. Worship
10:00 a.m. Worship
The ministry of anointing, laying-on of hands and prayers by lay and ordained ministers is available each Sunday after the 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. services.
6:30 p.m., Healing Service
A short service of prayer with the opportunity for annointing, laying on of hands and prayers by lay and ordained ministers.
8 Maple St. Fall Island
Potsdam, New York 13676
Wednesday, 12:00 p.m., Healing Eucharist, Chapel
St. Mark’s & St. John’s Episcopal Church
1245 Culver Road
Rochester, New York 14609
Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m., Chapel
Weekly Worship Service of Healing with Holy Communion in our Chapel. All are welcome!
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
25 Westminster Road
Rochester, New York 14607
585 271 – 2240
On the first Sunday of the month, healing prayer, through the laying on of hands, is offered during the time of communion to anyone desiring healing of any kind for yourself or a loved one. Healing prayers are also offered at the noon Eucharist in Norton Chapel every Wednesday and at any time upon request to the clergy.
St. Mary’s Episcopal Church
669 Albany Post Road
Scarborough, New York 10510
Prayer & Healing
Third Sunday, 3 p.m.
Healing Prayer is an integral ministry of St. Mary’s Church. We offer confidential personal prayer each Sunday during communion. Monthly there are afternoons of Soaking Prayer where a brief time of singing is followed by an hour of quiet prayer in the sanctuary where a prayer team is on hand to pray silently for written requests. These services are held the third Sunday of the month.
We also organize seasonal classes using the teaching materials of Christian Healing Ministries. We are offering ongoing classes in Level I , II, and III. Please contact us for more details.
Caroline Church of Brookhaven
One Dyke Road
Setauket, New York 11733
Thursday, 12:00 p.m., Holy Eucharist & Healing Service
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
225 St. Paul’s Avenue
Staten Island, New York 10304
Healing Prayer with Anointing
On the last Sunday of each month, anyone wishing to receive anointing with Holy Oil for healing of body, mind, and spirit, is invited to come to the side chapel immediately after receiving communion. This is an important ministry at St. Paul’s, and we are happy to be able to begin once again to pray for one another in this way. If there is someone in your life who feel might benefit from this special ministry, please invite them to come for prayer and anointing.
Are any among you suffering? They should pray. Are any cheerful? They should sing songs of praise. Are any among you sick? They should call for the elders of the church and have them pray over them, anointing them with oil in the name of the Lord. The prayer of faith will save the sick, and the Lord will raise them up; and anyone who has committed sins will be forgiven. Therefore confess your sins to one another, and pray for one another, so that you may be healed. -James 5: 13-16
St. David’s Episcopal Church
3951 Seneca Street
West Seneca, New York 14224
Schedule of Services
Sundays: 8 a.m. & 10 a.m. – Sacramental Healing first Sunday of each month.
Episcopal Church of the Resurrection
147 Campbell Avenue at Center Street
Williston Park , New York 11596
Healing and Eucharist Every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m.
This half-hour service includes shared reflection on the Gospel, creating a circle of healing energy, and anointing with oil. We join God’s mission to love the world into wholeness which is far more than physical healing. The deepest and most lasting healing is of heart, mind, and soul. This healing is how resurrection hope changes lives. We celebrate this Good News with a brief contemporary Eucharist.