Healing Prayer

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. 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 757-428-3573 and speak with Lindsay or you can email: ten.hcruhceelilag@yasdniL 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) w/prayers for healing

A service that includes healing prayer. (Approx. 50 min)

Monthly /Evening Healing Service

6:45pm – 8:30pm: Offered on the First Tuesday of the Month. Led by The Rev. Nigel Mumford and our trained prayer team.

Soaking Prayer

Every 2nd Thursday of the Month – 8:30 – 9:30am

Individual Prayer Ministry (IPM)

Call 757-496-0001 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.

+49 856 9568 95


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