Guild News April 2019

The Director's Thoughts

Welcome to this edition of Guild News! I hope that you find much to interest you. If you are a member you might be interested to see what training we have been doing around the country – do be in contact if you’d like to book your event. If you are not a member, then it is wonderful that you have picked up this magazine! The Guild supports and resources the healing ministry, working with medical health and other partners to promote whole person health. If you are interested in finding out more about spiritual healing, and how the church can support healthy communities, then do join to continue to receive this magazine and to access more resources by joining on our website. 

Yesterday I was out in the community filming a promotional video for our new project: Healthy Healing Hubs project. To find out more, turn to p*. I have been chatting to so many people about this project: church goers, ministers and priests, senior church leadership, theological colleges, school mums, retired people at my church and even the odd person I meet in daily life – and there is so much interest and enthusiasm. It is obvious and urgent that our churches should be places of healing and health for the whole community. That’s why I am so excited to be working hard to promote the Guild and our work in churches through the HHH project.  

May God bless you this Spring


Director’s Thoughts

News Update

The Healthy Healing Hub Project

Faith and Fitness Conference 2019 report

A Journey to Wholeness

Our Daily Bread

Holy Rood House Appeal

Book review: ‘Cancer: A Pilgrim Companion’, ‘Phoebe: A Story’

Bearing Fruit in All Season – a reflection