to Apr 13

Healing Prayer School Annual Conference (non-residential) - "Being loved by God"

  • All Saints' Woodford Wells (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The four-day annual non-residential Healing Prayer School will take place from 9-13 April.

It starts on Monday evening 9 April at 7:30pm and finishes on Friday afternoon 13 April at 4:30pm.

Venue: All Saints Church, Woodford Wells, Inmans Row, Woodford Green, Essex IG8 0NH.

Daytime times: 9:30am - 5:15pm (Friday - 9:30am - 4:30pm)

Evening times: 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Full conference - £120.00

Day ticket - £25.00 per day

Evening ticket - £10.00 per evening

Four-evening offer (Monday - Thursday) - £30.00

Drinks will be provided.  Please bring lunch (food can also be purchased locally).

For any queries relating to this Conference, please email Vivienne Stockley at stockleyvivienne@gmail.com


View Event →

9:00 AM09:00

God's chosen - Holy and Beloved

Venue: St Philip and St James' church, King George Road, Chatham, Kent ME5 0TZ.

Colossians 3:12 says, "Therefore, as God's chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience."

What does it mean in these days to live as God's chosen ones who are holy and dearly loved? 

St Philip and St James' church is handling the bookings for this event. You can book and see more details of the day by following this link:


View Event →
10:00 AM10:00

God's Story - Our Story (continued)

This is both a 'Part 2' and a standalone event, continuing on the storytelling theme. In some of the stories you will hear how the past has impacted the lives of Lin & the Healing Prayer School Team in a negative way, until they experienced Jesus' healing. This will be a good opportunity to make connections in your own life. 

Part of storytelling is reflection; it takes time, and it helps us not to ask the question 'where is the life we have lost in the living?' (T.S Eliot)

The word 'narrative' derives from the Latin word for 'knowledge'. It teaches us what's real and helps us to make sense of the things that have happened to us. God's intention is for us to be able to tell our story from a position of giving and receiving forgiveness without shame and pain.

Join us as we journey through this together.

Venue: Church on the Heath, The Key, Fleet GU51 1HA, UK

View Event →
10:00 AM10:00

God's Story - Our Story

Life has a story and a shape. Everyone and everything can be put into a story. Most of the Bible is storytelling-- from creation to Jesus: His death, resurrection and what is still to come.

Stories help us know who we are and what we are going to do. Storytelling sheds light on our journey.

When we are able to get a glimpse of Jesus in the story of our lives, it nurtures hope. Come and listen to Lin and the Healing Prayer School Team, as they tell their stories and let the Holy Spirit minister to you.

View Event →
9:30 AM09:30

Walking in the Love of God

Lin has been involved in healing prayer since 1979. Having been on team with Frances MacNutt, John Wimber and Leanne Payne, she began to train her own team in the UK which became formalised as the 'Healing Prayer School' in the 1990s. This UK Christian conference and teaching ministry is "Christ-centred, Bible-believing and Spirit-led, whereby we learn to know that we are unconditionally loved in the depths of our being, and know the Father's love in such a way that we experience security, connection and belonging." The process for this is the healing of our past wounds, with the subsequent transformation of our 'head and heart'. The day will be structured to include worship, lectures and ministry.

View Event →