Equipping the Church for Prayer Ministry


Every Catholic by virtue of their baptism into Christ is called into the ministry of “priest, prophet and king.” What this means practically is that every Catholic can exercise a ministry like that of Jesus. As a disciple of the Lord, the believer can step into their identity and authority as sons and daughters to set free the captives, bring healing to the sick, win the heart of the lost to the Father’s friendship and care for the poor and oppressed.

In this course, we will explore the ministry of Jesus and the early Church’s ministry as recorded for us in the Book of Acts. We will cultivate understanding and practices of how to engage the sick, the lost, the broken of heart and the poor to bring to them the presence and power of the kingdom of Jesus.
This course is for anyone who is ready to engage in Jesus’ ministry and desires to cultivate a heart for the people He went to.
Course start dates and topics:

April 24: 7pm The Gospel and the Power of Healing

April 25:  9:30-2pm (a light lunch is served) Types of healing; inner healing explored.

April 30: 7pm Gifts of the Spirit-tools for the ministry

May 7:    7pm 5-step relational prayer ministry model

May 14:  7pm Prophetic words and words of knowledge for healing prayer

May 22: 7pm Our identity and authority as sons and daughters

May 23: 9:30am-2pm (a light lunch is served) The power of forgiveness; essentials of becoming a prayer minister; serving on a prayer ministry team.

You kissed my heart with forgiveness, in spite of all I’ve done.
You’ve healed me inside and out from every disease.
You’ve rescued me from hell and saved my life.
You’ve crowned me with love and mercy.   Psalm 103

Please call Sandi at the rectory 410-939-2525 to register by April 21, 2020. The location for the event is: St. Patrick’s Hall 650 Pennington Ave. Havre de Grace, Md.