Bishop Harold Miller to speak on ‘Inner Healing’

Bishop Harold Miller to speak on ‘Inner Healing’

The Rt Rev Harold Miller, Bishop of Down and Dromore, will be the guest speaker at the next Interdenominational Divine Healing Ministries’ Service in St Anne’s on Monday September 10.

Bishop Miller will speak on the theme of ‘inner healing’ and will bring a message of hope for situations in which there is anxiousness, addiction, a lack of joy, or unforgiveness.

All are most welcome, especially those who are attending a healing service for the first time.  Prayer ministry and anointing will be offered.

The service begins at 8pm.

Cathedral now receiving applications for Black Santa grants

Cathedral now receiving applications for Black Santa grants

Charities wishing to apply for funding from the Cathedral’s annual Black Santa Sit-out can now download an application form (see link below) or collect one from the Cathedral Office.

This year will see the 42nd annual Black Santa Sit-out on the steps of St Anne’s Cathedral in the days before Christmas. It will be Dean Stephen Forde’s first Sit-out, although he did spend some hours on the steps last year as Black Santa in training!

Funds raised will be distributed to successful applicants at the Good Samaritans Service in February 2019.

Most of the money raised at the Sit-out goes to charities in Northern Ireland, with a proportion given to Christian Aid. The range of charities includes medical research; those caring for children, youth and the elderly; those which work to improve opportunities for young people and a host of small charities which cannot afford paid fundraisers.

To access the application form please click HERE. Deadline for completed applications is October 26.

Pictured is the original Black Santa – the late Dean Sammy Crooks – who established this Belfast tradition in 1976.