Supporting Healing across the diocese

Diocesan Healing Advisory Group

The Healing Advisory Group is a voluntary group within the diocese that aims to support and inspire both lay and clergy within our parishes in Christ’s work of wholeness and healing for individuals, churches and communities. It seeks to provide a prophetic voice that speaks to both the wider Church and society on matters of wholeness and healing.

Below are some things led by the group and a list of the current members is at the bottom of the page. We’d love to hear from you so please get in touch with ideas for Healing Forums, setting up new Healing Wells, with articles for the newsletter or requests for information or ideas.

Healing Wells

We are working towards each Deanery having a focal point or “well” of people that anyone can contact for help or advice with healing matters within their parish. It will be a place of support, sharing together and exploring the call to healing, learning to listen, and training.

If you are interested talk to your clergy and get in contact with Josie Halla and we can put you in touch with like-minded people with a heart for healing ministry.

Healing Forum

Regular meetings  for people throughout the diocese to support you with your healing ministry, with a selection of speakers and interesting topics.

The forums are aimed at those involved in healing ministry or wanting to know more about it.

Healing Courses

The Acorn Course is one that we recommend for developing skills in healing prayer.

The Diocesan Healing Advisory Group aims to run training days each year .

Healing Newsletter

A quarterly newsletter with updates about healing and wholeness across the diocese. If you would like to receive the newsletter, please use the online form and choose ‘Healing updates’

The August edition of the newsletter is now available.

Diocesan Healing Advisory Group

  • Justine North – Chair
  • Gilly Bunce – Bishop’s Healing Advisor
  • Josie Halla – Administrator
  • Jonathan Clark
  • Miggs Clark
  • Tricia Coleman
  • Ann Fulton
  • Margaret Hendy
  • Julia Hill
  • Neil Madill
  • David Maggs
  • Rosalind Paul
  • Sally Walters

Who to contact

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