*: multiple parishes
118 N. Washington Street
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Sunday: 5:00 p.m. – Holy Eucharist, Rite II with laying on of hands for healing
Christ the Saviour Anglican Church
Mill Elementary School
9100 Cherrytree Drive
Alexandria, Virginia 22309
703 953 – 2854
Sunday during communion, 10:00 a.m. — 11:00 a.m.
St. Andrew and St. Margaret of Scotland Anglican Catholic Church
402 E. Monroe Avenue
Alexandria, Virginia 22301
Wednesday Healing Service
12:00 noon: Holy Eucharist with Healing Service (Holy Unction)
Church of the Messiah
816 Kempsville Road
Chesapeake, Virginia 23320
757 436 – 2545
Healing Prayer Service
Monday, 7pm – 7pm in the Sanctuary
Our Monday Night Healing Service provides prayer for those in need of physical, emotional, and spiritual healing. We gather at 7:00 pm and begin with a brief devotional, either from God’s Word or a book we’re studying. Then we pray for the needs of those who have come and for those on our prayer list. Our service is open to the public and visitors are welcome.
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
115 N. East Street
Culpeper, Virginia 22701
12:00 p.m. Healing Service and Holy Eucharist:
This service we gather for prayer, receive and anointing and a laying on of hands for healing during this peaceful and reflective service; generally lasts 45 minutes.
Church of the Apostles
10195 Main St, Suite T
Fairfax Virginia, 22031
Phone: 703 591-1974
Friday Healing Service
Into the Light Praise & Healing Service is held on the first Friday of the month and is a time of joyful praise, encouraging testimonies, and healing prayer. We meet at Christ Lutheran Church (3810 Meredith Drive, Fairfax) at 7:30pm on the first Friday of the month.
Healing Center International
The Healing Center at Church of the Apostles was started in 2003. Seeing the fruit of this ministry, a number of churches and ministries contacted The Healing Center, interested in starting their own healing ministry. The Healing Center International was created, which is a growing network of centers of healing, maturing community where people can experientially encounter the God who heals today. The Healing Center International has locations throughout Fairfax, and across Virginia, the United States, and in parts of Africa.
The Healing Center International oversees a growing network of local centers of healing, maturing community where people can experientially encounter the God who heals today. They offer a number of classes designed to help you heal and grow into greater Christian maturity. For information about classes and events, go to http://healingcenterinternational-public.sharepoint.com/
The Falls Church Anglican
6565 Arlington Boulevard
Falls Church, Virginia 22042
Healing Prayer Services
12:00 p.m., Wednesday: Holy Communion and Healing Prayer
7:00 p.m., Second Sunday – Monthly, Columbia Baptist main sanctuary (103 West Columbia Street, Fallst Church): Healing Service and Prayer
First Christian Church
6165 Leesburg Pike
Falls Church, Virginia 22044-2302
Healing Prayer Ministry
Join Rev. Dick and Cathy Brooks on the second Wednesday of each month for a healing prayer service. The minister and prayer teams create and hold a holy, or sacred, space for healing to take place and focus God’s healing power on the individual.
A healing ministry is God’s work of healing on all levels, including physical, emotional, and spiritual healing as well as the healing of relationships. We believe God offers balance, harmony, and wholeness to heal whatever brokenness we may have in our lives through God’s presence, love, and grace.
It is God through the Holy Spirit who opens us to healing. The minister and prayer teams create and hold a holy, or sacred, space for healing to take place and focus God’s healing power on the individual. People can request prayers for themselves or someone else and can act as a substitute for the other person.
A healing ministry is an extension of what ministers do: praying for the sick in church and at home, visiting people in the hospital, visiting the homebound and visiting people who are grieving. Healing prayer can work in conjunction with traditional medical practices, such as going to the doctor, taking medicine, physical therapy, exercise and healthy eating.
We meet in the parlor at 7:00 pm. If you would like to have someone pray with you and for you in regard to physical, mental, emotional or spiritual well-being, this service offers a wonderful opportunity.
St. George’s Episcopal Church
905 Princess Anne Street
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401
Wednesday at Noon – Holy Eucharist and Laying on of Hands for Healing
Trinity Episcopal Church
825 College Avenue
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401
Wednesday at Noon – Holy Eucharist with Laying on of Hands for Healing
Church of the Holy Spirit
908 Trailview Blvd. SE, Suite 200
Leesburg, Virginia 20175-4415
CHS offers our monthly Healing Services on the first Saturday of each month starting at 5:00 p.m.
God is moving powerfully in our midst, calling us to repentance and a holy walk as we serve Him. Out of such a walk flow supernatural experiences of cleansing and healing. Captives are set free and the kingdom of God comes in greater fullness. Tangible works of Jesus Christ, signs and wonders, are made evident in the everyday lives of believers and nonbelievers alike.
Come and enter into his glory and encounter God’s presence through worship, teaching and prayer ministry. Everyone of all ages is welcome. Childcare is available.
Pohick Episcopal Church
9301 Richmond Highway
Lorton, VA 22079
Wednesdays 7:30 p.m.
Holy Eucharist and Laying on of Hands
Unction of the Sick
Unction is the rite of anointing the sick with oil, and the laying on of hands, by which God’s grace is given for the healing of spirit, mind, and body. Holy Unction is offered at the 7:30 p.m., Wednesday Eucharist and by request.
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
6000 Grove Avenue
Richmond, Virginia 23226
Healing Prayer at St. Stephen’s
Jesus was known for many things in the first century. He was considered a social prophet and a rabbi. He was known as a teacher of wisdom and the leader of a new movement. And he was known far and wide as a healer. As one New Testament scholar has pointed out, “More healing stories are told about Jesus than about any other figure in the Jewish tradition.” (Borg, The Heart of Christianity) Jesus also sent his disciples out to heal others, and he promised that they would do greater things than he had done. The ministry of healing has been a part of the Christian experience from the very beginning.
As a part of our Sunday evening Celtic service, we offer the ministry of healing prayer for any who desire it. Healing prayer ministers are available in the side chapels during the administration of Holy Communion. If you would like to receive healing prayer and the laying on of hands, either for yourself or for someone you love, we invite you to move to either side chapel in the main church after you have received Communion. If the healing prayer ministers are praying for someone already, we invite you to take a seat in the front pews of the chapel, and come forward when there is space available.
It is often helpful if you tell the healing prayer minister your name and the concern for which you are asking prayer. If you prefer not to do this, that is fine–everyone’s situation is different. Although there is usually a brief spoken prayer at the beginning and at the end, the healing prayer minister will lay hands on you and join with you in silently opening ourselves and presenting the concern to God. This is not a ministry of magical incantations. Instead, this healing prayer ministry is simply about fellow pilgrims opening ourselves more completely to the healing love of God. Although God is always with every one of us, there are times in all of our lives when we need help in becoming more fully present to God. Much as a group of friends once brought a paralytic to Jesus so that Jesus might heal him, so we sometimes benefit from the loving care of others who bring us more fully into the presence of God.
On some evenings, there might be people waiting in the chapels for healing prayer when we reach the conclusion of the service. When it is time for all to say the prayer after Communion, we’ll pause in our prayers for healing. When the service continues, we will continue to offer the ministry of healing prayer at the front of each chapel, so please exit quietly. And since prayers for healing are going on near the exit door at the Chapel of the Good Shepherd, it is helpful if you either use a different exit or move very quietly.
Whether or not you choose to present yourself for healing prayer on any given night, we always welcome your personal prayers that our Sunday evening gatherings may be filled with compassion, and that everyone who worships here may know the healing love of God in their lives.
To learn more about the healing prayer ministry at St. Stephen’s, contact the Rev. Penny Nash or Catherine Whitham.
Healing Prayer Ministry Workshop
January 12, 19, 27 and February 2, 6:30-8 p.m. | Led by Catherine Whitham
This workshop is open to all and will cover the way the healing prayer ministry fits into the life of St. Stephen’s, as well as experiential learning about centering prayer, the lectio divina process, and hands-on healing prayer.
3928 Pacific Avenue
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451
Healing Prayer at Galilee
Opportunities to Receive Prayer at Galilee Church: It is our sacred privilege to pray for you.
Welcome to the prayer ministry at Galilee! There are numerous weekly and monthly opportunities to receive healing prayer from our trained prayer teams. Classes, Conferences, and Workshops also are available for those wishing to learn more about this amazing and wonderful ministry!
Prayer at the Rail – At our Sunday morning services, prayer teams are available to pray confidentially with you following the communion.
Procedure: Once you have gone up to the altar to receive communion, you can proceed out the (north) side door to one of the small chapels, where prayer teams will be available to pray for you.
Sunday Services times: Location for prayer
8:00am (St. Luke’s chapel)
9:00am (St. Andrew’s Chapel)
11:00am (St. Andrew’s Chapel)
Prayer Chain – Call the office 757 423-3573 and speak with Lindsay or you can email: Lindsay@galileechurch.net with your prayer request. A prayer team will pray daily for whatever the needs are. All requests are strictly confidential.
Wednesday Mid-week Eucharist (Rite I) – with prayers for healing; A service that includes healing prayer. (Approx. 50 min)
Monthly /Evening Healing Service – 7:00pm – 8:30pm: Offered on the First Tuesday of the Month. Led by The Rev. Nigel Mumford, and our trained prayer team.
We have seen many wonderful healings. Please join us for praise music and healing prayer. May you be seeking prayers for physical healing, inner healing, spiritual healing or any other need; we invite you to join us!
Individual Prayer Ministry (IPM) – Call 757 716-8203 if you would like a private prayer session. A trained team of two prayer ministers will meet with you privately for up to one hour. Sessions are strictly confidential. Leave your information and one of our prayer ministers will get back to you with a date and time of a team’s availability.
Old Donation Episcopal Church
4449 North Witchduck Road
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23455
10:00 a.m. Holy Communion with Healing Prayer in the church
St. Martin’s Episcopal Church
1333 Jamestown Road
Williamsburg, Virginia 23185
Wednesdays @ 12:00 p.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite II
This 60-minute service includes a homily, Holy Communion, and prayers for healing. This is a quiet, reverent service that is entirely spoken; there is no music.
Order of St. Luke
Contacts: Betty Herringshaw – 757 564-3171 / Carol Haas-Reynolds – 757 258-0864
The International Order of St. Luke (OSL) is a Christian organization made up of 7,000 clergy, health professionals, and lay people devoted to bringing the healing ministry of Jesus Christ to all who need physical, spiritual, or emotional healing. The Triangle Chapter of OSL, inaugurated at St. Mar-tin’s in March 2008, offers healing stations at Sunday worship and serves the peninsula between Hampton and Richmond. Brochures and magazines on this healing ministry with membership information is available at the display table, or on request from Betty or Carol.
Volunteer Position Description: The order of St. Luke is open to anyone who seeks knowledge of Christian healing. Study classes are required and are available as the need arises. Teaching surrounds the 26 accounts of Jesus’ healings. Members meet the second Saturday at 10 a.m. of each month to study, pray, and support one another and other church members through the Sunday worship healing station ministry.
All Saints’ Church
14851 Gideon Drive
Woodbridge, Virginia 22192
Prayer and Healing Ministries
On Sunday during the Worship Service prayer is available in the following ways:
Prayer requests are printed in the bulletin on a weekly basis. They will remain there for two weeks unless a new request is made for continued prayer. Please send your submission to email@example.com by Tuesday, 5 p.m. to ensure it makes the Sunday bulletin.
During the Prayers of the People in the worship service there will be a time for the congregation to participate aloud by lifting up either personal names or names listed in the bulletin.
People in need of prayer are always encouraged to seek prayer from prayer teams located at the back of the church during Communion.
Long-term prayer requests will be posted in the prayer center where they will remain for two weeks. They can be renewed every two weeks by making a new prayer request. You can make a prayer request for the prayer center here.
Personal Prayer Ministry (based on Restoring the Foundations)
Are you wanting to experience spiritual breakthrough in your life? Do you sense that God wants to bring you to a new level of functioning in your life in Christ? Often this breakthrough cannot happen until we replace the old filters in our hearts and minds and go through a process of spiritual cleansing. We believe in an integrated approach to dealing with the blockages, habits, hurts and oppressions that keep us from thriving. This is an intensive process that will take several hours to pray through and requires some evaluation and transparency. Should you be interested in this kind of prayer contact Father Alex Leighton at: 703-670-0093 or by email: aleighton@ allsaintswoodbridge.org or Julie Tilton via the Caring Ministries voicemail 703 670-0093 ext. 113, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
111 Church Street
Yorktown, Virginia 23690
Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m.
Holy Eucharist and Healing Service
A Word About the Healing Ministries at Grace Church
Jesus was known for many things in the first century. He was a social prophet and a rabbi. He was known as a teacher of wisdom and the leader of a new movement. And he was known far and wide as a healer. Story after story in the gospels describe these healings. Surely a part of his electric presence was the expectation of both supplicants and onlookers that he would perform a healing. Jesus also sent his disciples out to heal others, and he promised that they would do greater things than he had done. The ministry of healing has been a part of the Christian experience from the very beginning.
On Wednesdays as a part of our Eucharist and at our monthly Celtic services, 7:00 p.m., second Sundays from September to May, we offer the ministry of healing prayer for any who desire it. A lay person and a clergy person are available to the right of the altar during the administration of Holy Communion. If you would like to receive healing prayer and the laying on of hands, either for yourself or for someone you love, we invite you to move to go there after you have received Communion. If the healing ministers are praying for someone already, we invite you to take a seat nearby and come forward when there is a space available.
It is often helpful if you tell the healing minister the concern for which you are asking prayer. If you prefer not to do this, that is fine—everyone’s situation is different. Although there is usually a brief spoken prayer at the beginning and at the end, the healing minister will lay hands on you and join with you in silently opening ourselves and presenting the concern to God. This is not a ministry of magical incantations. Instead, this healing ministry is simply about fellow pilgrims opening ourselves more completely to the healing love of God. Although God is always with every one of us, there are times in all of our lives when companionship is instrumental in becoming more fully present to God. Much as a group of friends once brought a paralytic to Jesus so that Jesus might heal him, so we sometimes benefit from the loving care of others who accompany us into the presence of God.
Whether or not you choose to present yourself for healing prayer, we welcome your personal prayers, that this gathering may be filled with compassion, and that everyone who worships here may know the healing love of God in their lives.