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Wymondham church hosts Healing Encounter

Alive Church Wymondham invite you to their second Healing Encounter on July 26 where they will pray in faith for anyone in need of physical, emotional or mental healing.

If you need healing you are invited to a Healing Encounter evening on Tuesday, July 26 at 7.30pm at Central Hall, Wymondham.

Pastor Barry Rooks from Alive Church, Wymondham said: “Our first Healing Encounter back in May was a very special time as someone received healing and many were encouraged in their faith to keep believing for healing and the supernatural things of God.

“Alive Church believe that because of what Jesus did on the cross God heals today and as we step out in faith to pray for people we continue to hear testimonies week by week of God’s goodness as people continue to be healed and set free. We believe that when we preach the good news of Jesus, healing, miracles, signs and wonders should follow. We are expectant to see these things every time we meet.”

If you need healing, would like to bring a friend who does or you just want to be encouraged in your walk with God, you are welcome.  Prayer will be available to all.

If you want to know more please ring Barry on 07791 088761, email or visit

Alive Church meets every Sunday at 10am in Wymondham Central Hall.

Central Hall, Back Lane, Wymondham NR18 0QB

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