Below is the schedule for the newly established Healing Center.
1. Every first Tuesday will be Soaking/ Listening Prayer 6:30 Pm – 7:30 Pm
2. Every third Tuesday we will have prayer teams available for anything you might want to ask Jesus.
3. Every third Saturday we will have our monthly meeting. (For planning, discussion, and training.) We are presently studying Spiritual Warfare (DVD by Josh Acton OSL Director) 10:30 Am – 12 Noon Location: St. Vincent Cathedral in Bedford
For further information contact
Michelle Briggs: firstname.lastname@example.org Jackie Doss: email@example.com Heinz Liedke: firstname.lastname@example.org
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!!! email@example.com Only $15.00
Thank you Bishop Iker for providing the special funds needed to fly in this very special internationally known Christian speaker.
(click on her name for promo video)
(She will also be speaking in Spanish at Iglesia San Miguel Friday evening, August 24th and Sunday morning, August 26th)
Ladies, you will want to come.
Also speaking will be Anglican Missionaries to Japan, Ralph and Miho Clatworthy on furlough before they return to help organize the prayer team for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Village.
It’s not too late to register! View details at fifna.org/.
Our schedule for June: June 5- 6:30-7:30 Taise/Soaking Prayer service June 9 – 10:30-12:00 planning session June 12 – 6:30-7:30 prayer teams are available for anyone desiring prayer
Our normal monthly gathering for training and support will be the third Saturday of the month. This conflicts with VBS in June which is why it moved to the 9th.
LOCATION: ST VINCENT CATHEDRAL 1300 FOREST RIDGE DR. BEDFORD, TX 76022
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
|Michelle Briggs: firstname.lastname@example.org
Heinz Liedke: email@example.com
Study the Life and World of Jesus in February 2019 with Fr. Woodall and CMJ-Shoresh Tours. Visit our webpage for full details. Psalm 122.
Dr. Linton Powell’s 42nd Annual Faculty Organ Recital
This Thursday, May 24 at 7:30 p.m., at St. Mark’s, Dr. Powell, St. Mark’s Church organist, and UTA Professor Emeritus, will present his 42nd annual organ recital with compositions by Couperin, de Arauxo, Guilmant, Merkel, Mompou, plus, and J.S. Bach. In addition, Dr. Powell will play two of his own recent compositions. The music, ranging from early 17th century to now, will display the beautiful colors of the Casavant organ at St. Mark’s. The work by the Belgian composer Jean-Marie Plum is especially interesting in that it uses the famous chime melody of Big Ben in London.