Prayer of a Practitioner
May the light and love and grace of God move through you as you are made whole in mind, body and spirit. Let this vital energy soak deep into your body, filling each cell with God’s healing power. May any blocks be removed so that your own body can continue with healing itself for your highest good.
Healing Pathway Ministry does not replace any conventional medical or psychological treatments.
Can the Healing Pathway help you?
Everyone can benefit from Healing Pathway treatments!
Some circumstances that Healing Pathway practitioners have worked with:
- Chronic pain, anxiety, headaches, environmental sensitivities, systemic disease, depression;
- Falls, accidents;
- Side effects of chemotherapy, radiation, anesthesia;
- Transitions such as: death, loss, separation, divorce, surgery, moves, job changes, retirement and aging.
A treatment may help:
- Restore balance to your energy field;
- Strengthen your immune system;
- Aid recovery and healing;
- Deepen your spiritual connection with God;
- Re-energize you and give you a feeling of peace.
Each Healing Pathway practitioner receives, as well as gives, regular treatments. Everyone has different needs and we each benefit according to God’s wisdom for our highest good.
Reclaiming the United Church of Canada’s Ministry of Healing
Jesus healed. God’s church, also, is given the gift and responsibility for healing. Christian healing involves the trust that God works through dimensions of reality that we cannot understand, to bring healing and health. All healing comes from God and practitioners are merely channels of God’s healing grace. Prayer, laying on of hands, touch and anointing with oil are genuine instruments of healing, and are all components of the Healing Pathway practice.
The Healing Pathway program has been centred at the United Church’s Naramata Centre in B.C., since 1993. Since then, training for practitioners has expanded across Canada. Increasing numbers of congregations have Healing Pathway ministries.
Cambridge Street United Church team members participate in these training sessions and continue to learn and upgrade their understanding and commitment to this gift of healing touch. The Cambridge Street United Church Council recognized the Healing Pathway ministry in 2022.