Anointing may be of real help to you in times of ...
Physical Illness: You may have received a disturbing diagnosis from your physician, or you have been battling a chronic or life-threatening illness.
Trauma: You may be coping with the consequences of severe injuries or a loss of body function or a permanent handicap.
Surgery: You may be facing the fear and anxiety of an operation with an uncertain prognosis.
Decisions: You may be faced with making choices that will affect your job, your marriage, or your future that seem overwhelming.
Vulnerability: You may be undertaking a new assignment or task, involving considerable risk to you and those whom you love.
Reconciliation: You have just experienced a broken relationship that that has caused you much anguish and suffering.
Emotional Pain: You have memories that arouse fear and guilt or are suffering from the loss of someone especially close to you.
Spiritual Renewal: You want to be closer to God in a new way and find joy in renewing relationships with estranged Christian brothers and sisters.
In any one of these experiences the service of anointing can bring healing, forgiveness, peace, and a profound sense of God's enabling presence.
We conduct this service to encourage healing.
"Beloved ones, if God loved us so much, we ought to love one another also."
I John 4:11
Beloved ones, if God loved us so much, we ought to love one another also." I John 4:11