The Healing Power of Jesus

On 10th September our Chaplain, Reverend Canon Sarah Chapman, preached on the healing power of Jesus at ‘Junction’ in Boughton Monchelsea.  Here is a link to her sermon: The Healing Power Of Jesus

St Lukestide Service of Healing and Blessing

On Sunday, 15th October 2017 at 6.30 pm our annual St Lukestide Service of Healing and Blessing will take place in Canterbury Cathedral Crypt.  Everyone is welcome to this gentle service at which prayer minstry is available for those who would like to receive it.  Please see the poster below for further details…

Praying at the Kent County Show

There was a team from The Living Well at the County Show this past weekend and it was a great privilege for us to pray with visitors to the event.  Here is a short item on ministry at County Shows that was sent to us as inspiration… Making a Show of Particularity – Gordon Banks… Read More »

Thankfulness in Uncertain Times

A recent talk given at service by Reverend Paulette Stubbings. Readings from the Bible Psalm 100:  A psalm for giving grateful praise 1 Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth. 2     Worship the Lord with gladness; come before him with joyful songs. 3 Know that the Lord is God. It is he who made us, and… Read More »

Ruth – A Life Stitched in Prayer

Our most recent Tuesday morning sermon as promised to those of you who were here: I want to reflect this morning on how prayer runs through the story of Ruth and how that might have something to say to us about the role of prayer in our own lives. I used to say every night… Read More »

A poem written at a Living Well event

They started as a flippant remark That when repeated enough left me in the dark They flash round my head leaving me unsure Some days so strong I’m trapped indoors Small things that I should know aren’t true Cause reaction but I can’t undo And all because at an important time I took too much… Read More »

A great big thank you

A huge thank you to all those who donated to The Living Well via Maidstone Chiropractic Clinic.  Your contributions are much appreciated and great encouragement to all here.