The Healing Ministry at All Saints Church actively welcomes and pursues the healing gifts of Christ Jesus in accordance with the Holy Scripture. We believe that it is God’s will to heal His people physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. When we pray in faith for Christ's healing, we receive our healing from Him and, in turn, offer our thanksgivings to Him. The Healing Ministry at All Saints Church has evolved into an ecumenical group of the Lord’s servants who hold in common our faith and belief in the Lord’s continued desire to heal today. Biblical Principles that form the Healing Ministry...
The late Canon Jim Glennon, of St. Andrew’s Cathedral in Sydney, Australia, was involved in healing ministry world-wide for decades. He visited All Saints for several years and greatly influenced our understanding of God's healing power, helping to shape the direction of our healing ministry. After Canon Glennon’s retirement, Canon Jim Holbeck (who replaced Canon Glennon at St. Andrews) has continued coming for the past six years, influencing and enhancing our healing ministry with Healing Missions, Master Teaching, and Core Teaching. More details about the background of the Healing Ministry...
The Glennon House
The House is the home of The Healing Ministry at All Saints Church and is dedicated in appreciation of the healing ministry of The Reverend Canon Jim Glennon of Sydney, Australia. It is used exclusively to further the use and understanding of the healing gifts of Jesus Christ. All events are held in the House except as otherwise noted. The address is 377 East Fairbanks Avenue in Winter Park, Florida.
You are welcome to "drop in"
The Glennon House is open for "drop-in" prayer Monday through Friday each week. "Drop-in" visitors can count on receiving succinct prayer and be on their way in a matter of minutes, if desired. Prayer Team members are available to meet your imminent and unexpected need for prayer, either in person or by telephone (407) 647-8925.
Extended Prayer Ministry Appointments
If you desire an extended time of individual prayer with one of our Prayer Ministers, please call The Glennon House at (407) 647-8925. Appointments with Prayer Ministers provide ample time for you to sift your heart and communicate your need for prayer. You may either make a request for a specific Prayer Minister or simply be given the first available appointment.
Prayer requests are placed in a special basket at The Glennon House for one month. These requests are prayed for, individually, each day by prayer volunteers. Every week at the Tuesday evening healing service, those hospitalized or in "imminent need" are prayed for by the clergy and all other names, currently in the Prayer Basket, are prayed for aloud by the congregation. While the names of those in our Prayer Basket are lifted up by the congregation, all present at the service, are welcome to pray for their own special needs. We request that you use only the first names of those you are praying for, in order to respect their privacy.
To have a need placed in the basket, either call the Glennon House at (407) 647-8925, e-mail the email@example.com, or fill out one of the white cards that can be found on the back of each pew in the Church. You may put the cards in the Offering Plates or bring them to the Glennon House. Please circle the names of those who are presently in the hospital or are homebound.