Category Archives: The Living Well

Moments of Grace

We were kindly sent the following article written by Reverend Peter Cornish, Rector and Methodist Minister and published in a local church magazine: Two or three times a year I block out a day in the diary for a Quiet Day, usually at The Living Well which is the Canterbury Diocesan Centre for Healing and… Read More »

St Lukestide Service of Healing and Blessing – October 2018

Here are the details of our annual service of healing and blessing at St Lukestide.  Please feel free to download our poster for this event here. St Lukestide Service of Healing and Blessing – Sunday, 21st October at 6.30 pm Canterbury Cathedral Crypt Preacher: Reverend Canon Sarah Chapman, Diocesan Advisor in Healing and Wholeness Everyone… Read More »

Pray Round The House – 24th April 2018

Do come and join us for prayer round the house at The Living Well on Tuesday, 24th April 2018.  Worship will start at 10.30 am with prayer for healing followed by an opportunity to pray round the house and grounds.  The morning will culminate with a soup lunch at 1.15 pm.  If you would like… Read More »

St Luke the Journalist

This year Reverend Steve Gendall, Senior Chaplain at Crowhurst Christian Healing Centre was invited to be the speaker at our annual St Lukestide Service of Healing and Blessing at Canterbury Cathedral.  Steve has kindly agree to share his notes with us as a reminder of his words… St Lukestide – Canterbury Cathedral 15th Oct 2017… Read More »

Lorraine’s Licensing

It was a great occasion here at The Living Well on 5th October 2017 when Bishop Trevor licensed Reverend Lorraine Apps-Huggins as Assistant Chaplain.  Lorraine was well supported by the churchwardens of her previous parish, her family and Trustees of The Living Well.  The reading she had chosen for the occasion was Ephesians 1:3-14. Bishop… Read More »

High Places

Recently Hilary referred to the following poem in one of her sermons.  It comes from a post written by Bill Gaultiere on the ‘Soul Shepherding’ website here. High Places (Psalm 18 Prayer) I love you, O Lord, my strength! I cried to my God for help… Christ parted the heavens and came down for me:… Read More »

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