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Categories: Kingdom of God in Society, Prayer

Dates: Thu, 9th July - Thu, 9th July

Price: FREE for meeting only / £10 including dinner at 6.30pm - Advanced booking essential


Speaker/Title: TBC

Thursday 9th July 7.30 - 9.30pm (6.30pm for dinner - Advanced booking essential) - West Room

Faith in Healthcare offers an opportunity for those in healthcare to come together to share, to be inspired, to be encouraged and to pray.

Quarterly meetings at Ashburnham Place for all involved in any aspect of healthcare, church leaders and others with a role or interest in supporting and equipping them for an increasingly difficult calling. Meetings are also designed to bring a better understanding of the intrinsic relationship between the physical and spiritual aspects of the healing process. An opportunity to come together, share, be inspired, be encouraged, and to pray.

Meetings are free and run 7.30-9.15pm – You can also book an optional meal for just £10, available from 6.30pm booking before is essential for the meal.

Please register for the FREE meeting if you're intending to come - and if desired, why not book up for the 6:30pm meal for just £10. 

NOTE: Advanced booking for the meal is essential, please book online at or call our Bookings team on 01424 892244.

ACT Event code (ACT 556)

These meetings are coordinated by PRIME – Partnerships in Education, one of the worlds largest Christian healthcare teaching networks bringing the values and example of Jesus into the practice of excellent clinical healthcare

Programme of Events:

6.30pm An optional shared meal for just £10 - Booking essential
7.15pm Registration for the meeting
7.30pm Prayer and worship
7.45pm Participants share briefly their experiences
8.00pm Keynote Presentation
8.25pm Small group discussion. Prayer
8.50pm Feedback and plenary
9.15pm Closing prayers and finish

Church leaders can sometimes find themselves ill-equipped to help those in their congregations in some aspects of this vital part of their lives. These meetings offer a chance for those charged with pastoral care to better understand the problems of people working “out there”. Others in our fellowships who want to pray for and support those in work will also find them of value, thus these meetings whilst concentrating on the needs of specific groups are open to all.