Bishops from different churches will come together on Oct 6 to hold an Ecumenical Charismatic Healing Service.
Archbishop William Goh will give the homily, Bishop Terry Kee of the Lutheran Church will serve in the healing ministry team and Methodist Bishop Dr Wee Boon Hup will give the benediction.
The service will take place at Aldersgate Methodist Church, Dover Road at 7.30pm.
It aims to give Protestants and Catholics the opportunity to worship God, commit to love one another, and minister the Lord’s healing as one.
Ministry team members made up of pastors, priests and lay leaders from Catholic and Protestant Churches will be available to pray for the sick.
After the service, the congregation would be invited to stay on for fellowship over light refreshments and pray for each other using guided liturgy.
This year’s organisers comprise a Catholic committee led by Fr Michael Arro, a Protestant team and Alpha Singapore.
A similar ecumenical service took place last year on Aug 26.
Representatives of various Church communities including the Catholic, Anglican, Methodist, Assembly of God and Lutheran Churches, worked together in leading worship and in the prayer ministry teams.
The nearest MRT station to Aldersgate Methodist Church is One North and is a 3-minute walk away. Car park spaces are also available at the Dover flats nearby.