We believe that Jesus heals today, just as he did two thousand years ago – a statement that is confirmed by the physical and emotional healings that we have seen on the streets of Southsea.
We have already seen people come for prayer in pain and leave pain free. One person recently who had restricted movement in one knee said he felt heat as we were praying and was able the bend his knee freely without any restriction afterwards. Several people reported a real sense of peace as they received prayer, whilst say they have experienced Jesus for themselves for the first time.
You can experience prayer for healing on the streets in Southsea from 11am-1pm in the Palmerston Road Precinct, Southsea usually on the third Saturday of every month.
Saturday October 19th
Saturday November 16th
Saturday December 21st 2019
Saturday January 18th 2020
Saturday February 15th 2020
Saturday March 21st 2020
Saturday April 18th
Each occasion is 11am-1pm with prayer before at St Jude’s Church from 10am. The City Council have given us permission for the specific location which is now a little further down Palmerston Road than originally placed so we will no longer be opposite the Stanley Street junction but further South between Debenhams and the former Knight and Lee.
FURTHER DATES: to be advised
Check the main website: http://www.healingonthestreets.com/
The Southsea Healing Team is comprised of people from local churches working together – including:
St. Jude’s Anglican Church – Kent Road, Southsea, Hampshire www.stjudes-southsea.org.uk tel: 023 9275 0442
St. Simon’s Anglican Church – Corner of Waverley Rd & St Ronan’s Road, Southsea, PO5 2PW www.stsimons-southsea.org.uk tel: 023 9282 9440
Langstone Church – Langstone Church, Shore Avenue, Southsea, Hampshire, PO4 8NB http://www.langstonechurch.com tel: 023 9273 5818
Portsmouth Vineyard – 153 Albert Road (Corner of Albert Road and Harold Road), Southsea, PO4 0JW – contact: email@example.com http://www.portsmouthvineyard.org tel: 07800 933983
See this video to give some insights as to how and why we got started here: