Order of St. Luke (OSL)
St. Martin’s International OSL Healing Community is an ecumenical Christian healing ministry and fellowship of men and women who believe healing is an essential part of the teach of our Lord Jesus Christ. The work of the order is carried out through teaching and prayer. Members are committed to intercessory prayer – that is, praying for others. They serve on prayer teams, sponsor healing services, and lead workshops and missions.
OSL grew from the Fellowship of Saint Luke, begun in 1932 by the Rev. John G. Banks, an Episcopal priest, and his wife, Ethel Tulloch Banks. Today there are inter-denominational healing communities all over North America and in many countries around the world.
Service of Prayer for Healing and Wholeness
Wednesday, Dec. 2
St. Martin’s International Order of St. Luke Healing community will offer a virtual service of prayer for healing and wholeness via zoom this Wednesday. All are welcome.
The holidays are times of joy and celebration–yet sometimes that’s the opposite of where life has taken us. In a year with various hardships from the coronavirus pandemic, natural disasters as well personal griefs of various kinds, we can feel anything but full of Christmas spirit. This Blue Christmas service offers a unique and reflective space to come to God with whatever is on your heart, knowing He is acquainted with grief and able to take our sorrow (1 Peter 2:24). Prayer ministry will be available via breakout rooms.
If you plan to attend, please have a candle and lighter ready for the service.
To join the meeting have Zoom installed on your device and point your browser here.