What we do
Gather: To build relationships and unity
We connect with strategic individuals to help encourage their personal and professional involvement in wholeness and well-being.
We began with over 5k people at the Arise Bristol! Ashton Gate stadium gathering in 2012, where we prayed for and released individuals involved in the Health sphere. Other gatherings include a Healing conference for more than 600 with Randy Clark in 2016, with training for about 60 health-care professionals in praying for healing. The Healing Streams network conference explored God's patterns for well-being of Body, Mind and Spirit for about 100 in 2019. Bristol Healing Rooms held 2 conferences for around 200, and spoke at 3 international conferences in Poland.
Grow: To learn from God and each other
Bristol Healing Rooms offer weekly prayer times and have many testimonies of physical healing, inner healing and deliverance. At weekly Healing Homes people meet in a loving community and offer one another ongoing prayer.
Healing Pools are bi-monthly meetings for networking and prayer.
We pray regularly together for one another, and for every aspect of health across the Bristol region. We prayed for people through Healing on the Streets and Living Free, at the Party in the Park, in 2013, when over 5k people gathered. We had seminars on Health-care issues from Christian perspectives at the Going Deeper gathering at the Colston Hall in 2013. We were part of a city-wide All Night Prayer Vigil in 2014.
Go!: To act together and as individuals
We have had discussions with Bristol City Council and healthcare commissioners about wholeness and well-being, helping facilitate a Recovery and Resilience meeting in 2019. We have engaged with the City Office to help churches link with GPs across Bristol, through social prescribing, helping to bridge the systemic divide between treatment of physical, mental and spiritual disease. We have taught students at Trinity theological college.
We are involved in steering groups to develop a Recovery Centre for people recovering from drug and alcohol dependence, and to establish a Healing Centre in Bristol.
Bristol Healing Rooms has been seeing people healed on the streets through prayer and worship.
See the Timeline
for more examples of how we are helping transform the Bristol region for good.