*: multiple parishes

BaltimoreBel AirBerlinChevy ChaseColumbiaDamascus*GaithersburgLexington ParkRockvilleSilver Spring

St. Veronica Catholic Church
806 Cherry Hill Road
Baltimore, Maryland 21225

410 355-7466

Upcoming Event

Miracle Healing Service

with Dr. Bob Sawyer

Bob didn’t know if there was a God, until the Lord surprised him with His Love at age 32, healing a 5” hole in a patient’s neck overnight. Signs and wonders have followed him since then.

Sunday, March 22, 2015, 1-4 p.m.


The Church of Reconciliation
128 North Bond Street
Bel Air, Maryland 21014


Healing Service

Our Healing Service is held on the 4th Wednesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. On some months we will have a Community Meal first which will begin at 6:00 p.m.   You will have the opportunity to encounter God in a powerful new way.


Holy Trinity Cathedral
11021 Worcester Highway
Berlin, Maryland 21811


Prayer & Healing Ministry

How Can Holy Trinity’s Healing Ministry Serve You? 

Sunday Morning Prayer Teams: Prayer teams are available every Sunday morning (and other worship services) during Holy Communion. Bring your burdens and needs to the Lord, and experience His healing, comfort and strength through prayer, anointing and the laying on of hands.

Prayer by Appointment: For more in-depth prayer, call the Cathedral Office to request a prayer session. A team of trained prayer ministers will meet with you for “soaking prayer,” during which they will listen with love and respect, and join you in taking your needs to God in prayer. Many report they feel peace and an assurance of God’s love as never before.

Healing Services: Healing Services are offered at Holy Trinity at various times. In a setting of praise, worship and inspiring messages there is opportunity for anointing with oil, laying on of hands and prayer for healing.


All Saints Church
3 Chevy Chase Circle
Chevy Chase, Maryland 20815

301 654-2488

When is Healing and Intercessory Prayer available?

Teams of prayer ministers (identified by yellow name tags) will pray with you privately and confidentially for any concern you wish to bring before the Lord:
at Communion time during each Sunday morning service, in one of the side chapels;

the third Wednesday of every month from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m., in the Prayer Room (across from the Great Hall);

every Wednesday at the 12:10 p.m., Eucharist in Saint Mary’s chapel (prayers and anointing with blessed oil);

at other times by appointment; to schedule, please e-mail or call the office, or use the Prayer Request form.


St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church
Oakland Mills Interfaith Center
5885 Robert Oliver Place
Columbia, Maryland 21045


Wilde Lake Interfaith Center
10431 Twin Rivers Road
Columbia, Maryland 21044


Healing Community

A Prison Ministry Station of Hope

The Healing Community organization has been created to provide information and support to our parishioners: returning citizens, families of the incarcerated and victims.

In six large institutions off Route 175 between Route 1 and the BW Parkway, several thousand men and women are incarcerated. Through our St. John’s Prison Ministry Program, many of us at St. John’s have met inmates who have touched our hearts by their remorse, faith in a loving and forgiving God, and determination to make good upon release. We feel called to do more to help them and our parishioners affected by the justice system.

In the parish bulletin each week you will find: “Prison Ministry – Healing Community Corner, ” which includes information about various aspects of our justice system. It’s clear to us that big changes are needed. Knowledge is power. If we don’t learn about the system and try to get the changes made to help our affected brothers and sister, then who will?

Redeemer Lutheran Church
27015 Ridge Road
Damascus, Maryland 20872

301 253-3000

Healing Ministries

All of us are broken, hurt, and in need of healing in some way and need the healing power of Jesus to become whole. Redeemer can be a “hospital” for the hurting and we as part of the body of Christ can be His instruments of healing love to others.

Activities of Health Ministry

Meals Ministry: This ministry coordinates meals for those who may have had a recent illness, death, or other major needs where meals will assist a person/family in a concrete manner

Cards: Please refer to the card list with addresses on our weekly bulletin. Sending a card is an honored tradition at Redeemer and we encourage everyone to participate in this form of ministry

Visiting the sick: Visitation is always needed and appreciated. Contact the Health Ministry team if you would like to make regular visits to those who are home bound

Celebrate Recovery: Celebrate Recovery is for anyone who is struggling with life’s hurts, hang-ups, habits or addictions. We offer a recovery ministry in a warm, loving environment where the leaders you meet will listen and understand.  You will always be welcome at Celebrate Recovery.


It is a sacred privilege to offer prayers for those in need. If you would like to place someone on the bulletin prayer list contact the church office or use the Contact Form and select “Prayer Request” as the subject.


Saint Paul Catholic Church
9240 Damascus Road
Damascus, Maryland 20872

301 253-2027

Prayer and Healing Ministry

The Prayer Group ministers to the Parish through prayer. We pray daily for those individuals on the Parish and Regional prayer chains, and in the Parish’s Book of Intentions. Also, we pray with and for the needs of those who have asked us to pray for them or their family and loved ones. We pray with the sick and dying when invited. Prayer for healing and intentions will be done by request, through the Book of Intentions, by contacting the Prayer Chain, and at Healing Services.

We pray for healing (spiritual, emotional, and physical) with individuals on the telephone, in their homes, at hospitals in the metropolitan region (including Baltimore and Frederick), at Saint Paul, at prayer meetings, and at Healing Masses at Saint Paul.

A number of members are also Eucharistic Ministers, so prayer for healing can be combined with bringing Communion to the sick and dying. We are always happy to pray for you, your loved ones, friends and for any need – jobs, health issues, relationships, spiritual issues and the day-to-day needs of ordinary life. We will visit hospitals, nursing homes, rehabilitation facilities and people’s home to help meet you in your needs; and will bring Eucharist when we come.

We encourage you to take advantage of the scheduled opportunity for prayer after the first Sunday, 8:30 a.m. mass, first Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. mass, and every Tuesday morning mass (except for July and August). Blessings to you and yours.

Meetings: 7:30-9:00PM, Tuesday every week in the Norris Chapel. Meetings are not held on Holy Days or on other major parish events (e.g., mission, retreats); or snow closure days for Montgomery County Public Schools. Contact: Deacon David Terrar, Phone: 301-253-4589.

Healing Masses

Monthly Healing Masses are at 7:30 p.m. (Norris Chapel) on the first Wednesday of the month from September through June. A Healing Mass opens with praise and worship and is followed by exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and prayer for individual’s needs and healing. During prayer for individuals, there is also an opportunity for individuals to seek healing through the Sacrament of Reconciliation. The Prayer Group meets weekly for a prayer meeting, and the Prayer and Healing Ministry at Saint Paul is a shared ministry of the Prayer Group.


St. Martin of Tours Church
201 S. Frederick Avenue
Gaithersburg, Maryland 20877

301 990-3203


Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church
22375 Three Notch Road
Lexington Park, Maryland 20653

301 863-8144

Mass with Charismatic Worship and Healing Service

One weekday a month at 7:00 p.m., call office or check website for date.



Saint Raphael Catholic Church
1513 Dunster Road
Rockville, Maryland 20854

301 762-2143

Healing Night

Tuesday, February 24, 2015, 7:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.




Saint Andrew Apostle Catholic Church
11600 Kemp Mill Road
Silver Spring, Maryland 20902

Rectory 301 649-3700

Mass with Healing Prayers

Saint Andrew’s offers a monthly Mass with Healing Prayers beginning at 7:00pm in the church. The celebrant exposes the Eucharist before the final blessing, inviting all who wish to come up and receive healing prayers through the priesthood in the Presence of the Blessed Sacrament. The liturgical celebration concludes with Benediction and a hymn in gratitude to the Blessed Mother. Priests are available to hear confessions throughout the evening. We invite you to bring your friends, family, and loved ones and join us.


Monday, January 19, 2015
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Sunday, April 12, 2015 (1:30pm)
Monday, May 18, 2015
Monday, June 15, 2015

Children’s Healing Masses

Saint Andrew’s offers Masses with Healing Prayers for Children four times per year beginning at 6:30pm. The Blessed Sacrament is exposed and Father Dan provides a talk specifically for the children.  He then invites the children to come up and be prayed over. Parents may come up and kneel beside their child to assist. These masses are for all children, not just sick children.
Monday, February 16, 2015
Friday, June 12, 2015

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