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Mental Health lecture to include launch of clergy wellbeing resources

At her Mental Health lecture on the 1st of April, the Bishop of London will also be launching a new strategy and practical resources for supporting the wellbeing of the clergy within the Diocese of London. We have just released a limited number of free tickets for Diocese of London clergy only. These tickets are... Read more »

The Church as a Healing Community

On 21st November, delegates gathered from all over Scotland and the north of England to explore the many ways that a church can be a hub for healing for the whole community. The afternoon showcased a number of projects and organisations that were running in churches. These included Dementia groups, Capacita, Fischy music which works... Read more »

New Trustee Opportunities

The Guild of Health and St Raphael is an ecumenical charity which has been bringing together Christians, ministers and healthcare professionals since 1905 to promote a whole person approach to human health and wellbeing. We have ambitious plans for our future as we seek to fold all aspects of our rich history, action and theology... Read more »

Book offer to celebrate the Denis Duncan lecture 2019

As we approach the 2019 Denis Duncan lecture, the Guild are offering you the chance to get a copy of Denis Duncan’s book¬†Towards the light: prayers through depression to healing which was first published 10 years ago by SPCK. Early in 2007, after a long and distinguished public ministry, Denis Duncan suffered three crises. One... Read more »

AGM event day in Birmingham

On Saturday 12th October, The Guild held an AGM event day in St. Anne’s Church, Moseley within the Birmingham Diocese. The Vicar Revd. Hazel White answered a call at last year’s AGM to move further north, and this year we were delighted to be at hosted by her church who welcomed us so warmly and... Read more »

AGM and Annual Report

The Annual General Meeting of the Guild of Health and St Raphael will take place at 230pm on 12th October at St. Anne’s Church, Moseley. It is open to all members of the Guild of Health and St Raphael and will include an address by Guild president Prof. Jim McManus, Director of Public Health for... Read more »