CMH:I Healing Service on RTÉ – 9th August

On Sunday 9th August 2020 at 11am CMH:I Healing Service will be broadcasted on RTÉ 1 television and RTÉ Radio 1 Extra (long wave). It will also be available on RTÉ player the next day for two weeks.

The service is a celebration of Wholeness and Healing from the Book of Common Prayer.
The celebrant is Rev Lesley Robinson, rector of Clontarf parish and a CMH:I Board member.
Dr Iva Beranek will lead a prayerful reflection based on the Gospel reading.
We will have some input from the Chapel of Christ the Healer in Cork University Hospital, where the Chairman of CMH:I, the Rev Dr Daniel Nuzum is a Healthcare Chaplain.

We are delighted that David O’Shea and a small number of singers from the Sandford & St Philip’s Choral Scholars are doing the music for us. You will see some familiar faces in the congregation, a limited number due to importance to maintain social distancing.

If you have enjoyed taking part in our online Healing Services and praying with us through a guided prayer on Scripture readings over the last months, this broadcast will combine both.

We invite you to participate in the service virtually and to join us as we pray for healing trusting in Christ the healer who loves us all. Be free to let others know.

Online Healing Service – 25th June

We will have another Online Healing Service via CMH:I Facebook live.

You can find our Facebook page here: facebook.com/CMHIreland/.

The service will take place on Thursday, 25th June at 12noon. 

It will be led by Rev Lesley Robinson.

This is a chance for us to come together, while still in our homes, and bring our requests to God.
If you would like us to pray for someone during the Healing Service,
please send us the first name of the person or people you wish to pray for.

You can email iva@ministryofhealing.ie or send us a message on Facebook by Wednesday 24th June.

We hope you will join us to pray together for God’s healing at this challenging time.
Be free to let others know.

Online guided reflection – 2nd April

We have decided to offer an online guided reflection this week as well, on Thursday 2nd April at 3pm via Facebook live. The reflection will be facilitated by Rev Lesley Robinson.

Here you can find the Church’s Ministry of Healing: Ireland Facebook page.

We hope you will join us. Be free to let others know.

Keep safe.

Online guided prayer. Praying with a resurrection story – 23rd April

This week on Thursday, 23rd April 2020, we will offer a guided prayer at 11am via Facebook live.

We will pray with the Scripture story from John 20 where Mary Magdalene meets Jesus after the resurrection. Praying with the encounters the disciples had with Jesus after the resurrection, helps us to notice how the message of resurrection is relevant in our lives now.

The prayer will be facilitated by Dr Iva Beranek, Ministry Facilitator for CMH:I.

Here you can find the Church’s Ministry of Healing: Ireland Facebook page.

We hope you will join us. Be free to let others know.

Online reflections in the Holy Week – 9th & 10th April

This week we will offer two online reflections.

On Maundy Thursday, Rev. Lesley Robinson will lead a reflection based on K. A. Austin’s book “The Garden”. There will be a time of reading followed by silent reflection appropriate to the theme of Gethsemane.

On Good Friday, Dr Iva Beranek will lead a reflection “How can we prepare for Easter Alleluia in the midst of all the pain the world is experiencing right now?”

Both reflections will be at 12noon via CMH:I Facebook live.

Here you can find the Church’s Ministry of Healing: Ireland Facebook page.

We hope you will join us.
Be free to let others know.

Online guided meditation with intercessions – 26th March

Thank you to those of you who joined in our online retreat last week.
If you missed it, you can listen and pray through the recording, which can be found
on the Church’s Ministry of Healing: Ireland Facebook page.

This week we will offer an online guided meditation with intercessions for the needs in our country & in the world.
Join us live on our Facebook page this Thursday, 26th March, at 11am.

Blessings & keep safe.

CMH:I online retreat – 19th Marth

We are offering online retreat this Thursday, 19th March, via Facebook live, at 11am to 12noon.

Here you can find the Church’s Ministry of Healing: Ireland Facebook page.

During this time of social distancing, the need to connect with each other still remains.
This will be a space to connect with God, the source of all peace.
We will join our prayers together – there will be a time within the hour where we will be
able to bring our own petitions and intercessions to God.

No need to register. Simply tune in whenever you can.

Be free to let others know.
You are in our prayers.
Keep safe.

D&G ministry of healing Quiet Day, 22nd February

The Dublin & Glendalough Committee invites you to their Quiet Day on Saturday, 22nd February starting at 10.30am. The day will be led by Rev Canon Adrienne Galligan. It takes place in Mageough, Cowper Road, Rathmines.
See further information on the flyer.

All are most welcome!

Wellspring, 23rd November, St Patrick’s Church, Dalkey

“Whoever drinks the water I give them will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give them will become in them a spring of water welling up to eternal life.”
Jesus (John 4:13-14)

Our next Wellspring takes place on Saturday, 23rd November 2019, in St Patrick’s Church, Dalkey.
Wellspring, one day retreat, has become a regular space for nourishment where we can come to meet God and explore what is deepest in ourselves. In our busy lives, taking time for inner nourishment is nothing short of a gift.

There will be time to walk outside; to participate in guided reflections; to avail of one-to-one discussion with a spiritual director; or just take time to relax and read.

The facilitators for the day are Dr Iva Beranek and Carol Casey. Suggested donation to CMH:I is €25. Please bring your own sandwich for lunch and we will provide tea and coffee. The retreat starts at 9.30am and finishes at 4.00pm.

All are welcome!

Please note that places must be booked in advance (hello@ministryofhealing.ie).

Wellspring

“Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again, but whoever drinks the water I give them will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give them will become in them a spring of water welling up to eternal life.”
Jesus (John 4:13-14)

Take some time out for reflection and rest on Saturday 7th September 2019 & come to Wellspring.
Wellspring, our one day retreat, has become a regular space for nourishment where we come to meet God and explore what is going on within us. This is a day where you can engage with God in a very personal way and gather treasures to help you in everyday living.

There will be time to walk outside; to participate in guided reflections; to avail of one-to-one discussion with a spiritual director; or just take time to relax and read.

Our beautiful, prayerful venue, St Patrick’s Church, Dalkey, is not far from Bullock Harbour, which is lovely for a walk.

The facilitators for the day are Dr Iva Beranek and Carol Casey. Suggested donation to CMH:I is €25. Please bring your own sandwich for lunch and we will provide tea and coffee. The retreat starts at 9.30am and finishes at 4.00pm.

All are welcome!

Please note that places must be booked in advance (hello@ministryofhealing.ie).