An event for all churches and all people!
Rev. Mike Endicott, an Anglican priest from Cwmbran, Wales, and Founder of the Order of Jacob’s Well (http://www.jacobswell.org.uk/) will lead a Healing Conference at the church beginning Friday, May 6th. The schedule is as follows:
Friday, May 6th: 7 – 9PM (A light meal will be served at 6 PM).
Saturday, May 7th: 9 – 2:30PM (Teaching resumes and includes lunch)
Saturday, May 7th: 7-9 PM (Celtic Healing service—open to all—in the sanctuary).
Sunday, May 8th: 9:15 AM (message) & 11:00AM (Q&A)
Rev. Endicott will deliver the message at our 9:15AM service on Psalm 91, (NIV) and Luke 10:25-37, (NIV). The sermon is entitled, “Mother’s Day on the Jericho Road.” At 11 AM in the sanctuary, after a time of food and fellowship, Rev. Endicott will spend an hour answering questions and doing further teaching for all who wish to attend.
There is no cost for any of these events, including lunch, but offerings will be taken at all events to offset the cost of food and to support and bless the healing and teaching ministry of The Order of Jacob’s Well.
- If you have questions, or if you plan to eat dinner Friday or lunch Saturday, please send an email to: email@example.com.
About Mike Endicott:
The Rev. Mike Endicott is an internationally known author and speaker who lives in South Wales, UK, where together with others he founded The Order of Jacob’s Well in 1997 as a national and international resource of healing ministry. He has spent many years immersed in the study of the Scriptures, rediscovering and redefining our Lord’s teaching and instruction on proclaiming the kingdom and healing the sick. His ministry has been endorsed by the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams.
Having spent a secular career in the automotive industry, Mike gave up his job in 1988 to follow Jesus and to discover more of the power of the cross in rescuing us from our everyday difficulties, sickness, and pain. He now spends his life in prayer and in the encouragement of others through his writing, ministry, and teaching in the UK and around the world.
“Mike taught me to always set healing prayers for people in the context of proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ, such as beginning prayers for the sick by praying, ‘Jesus came into the world and died on the Cross for our salvation, which includes making us whole and healing us to God’s glory!’ That kind of prayer glorifies God, and creates expectancy in one and all. I just wish I had met Mike Endicott fifty years ago.” The Late Rt. Rev. Maurice M. Benitez former Episcopal bishop in Houston