Prayer & Care
The Prayer Chapel is open every Sunday morning from 8:30am – 12:30 pm
& Wednesday Evenings from 6:00 – 7:15pm.
Feel free to stop by to pray or receive prayer from the Prayer Team. Before, during, and after all services you can ask a prayer team member for prayer (they have red name tags on).
If you would like to be put on the prayer email list, or if someone you know is in the hospital or is in need of visitation, contact Renee Graves at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-322-5679 ext 201 or CLICK HERE to submit an online prayer request.
Community of Hope trained chaplains are available to pray with individuals and or families before and after surgery; to minister amidst a diagnosis or trauma. Chaplains also provide death-bed ministry, assisted living and memory care ministry, in-home ministry, street ministry, prison ministry and are able to minister to families in the most trying of times.
Community of Hope chaplains bring multifaceted gifts and skills to this ministry, some being nurses or EMTs, counselors, or prayer ministers. Serving hand-in-hand with our pastoral team, the Chaplains make it possible for our ministry to extend into many places at one time.
To sign up for the 6-week training beginning 9/24 SIGN UP HERE
If you or a family member would like a visit from a CoH Chaplain, please email email@example.com with the following information:
Name of Patient
Contact Number of Patient or family member
Location of Patient
Brief description of condition
Community of Hope Healing and Deliverance Ministry
When Jesus Christ died and ascended into heaven He unleashed the greatest power ever known…the power of the Holy Spirit to save, heal, and deliver. The Greek word for this is “Sozo” and is found over 100 times in the New Testament. The Sozo ministry is bathed in prayer and God’s Word. His power is constant, perpetual, and guaranteed to radically change the life of anyone who comes into agreement with it and accepts its full benefits as his or her rightful inheritance in Father God’s Kingdom.
Our aim in Sozo ministry with the help of the Holy Spirit is to help people in the healing of past or present wounds, to break strongholds and replace the enemy’s lies with God’s Truth – removing anything that is giving the enemy a right to operate in a person’s life – doors are closed. We want to partner with God to bring people to a place of freedom in Christ so that they are empowered to live out their destiny in His Kingdom!
Sozo means “salvation”:
There is salvation (sozo) in no one else! There is no other name in all of heaven for people to call on to save (sozo) them. – Acts 4:12
Sozo means “healing”:
Jesus turned around and said to her, “Daughter, be encouraged! Your faith has made you well (sozo).” And the woman was healed (sozo) at that moment. – Matthew 9:22
Sozo means “deliverance”:
Yes, and the Lord will deliver (sozo) me from every evil attack and will bring me safely to his heavenly Kingdom. – 2 Timothy 4:18
The Sozo Ministry Team
The Community of Hope Sozo team, under the direction of Renee Graves, is a group of trained ministers. This team will meet with individual’s weekdays and weeknights as appointments are scheduled. The goal of the team is to minister to individuals who are seeking freedom and a closer relationship with God. To become a member of the Sozo Ministry team, you must be a member of the Community of Hope prayer team. You must also have attended the Sozo training and completed a Sozo session yourself. Your inclusion and position on the team will be under the discretion of the Community of Hope ministry staff.
Sozo sessions are scheduled by the team leadership and are held at Community of Hope Church. Sozo is not a counseling session but a time of interacting with the Father, Son and Holy Spirit for wholeness and pursuit of your destiny.
If you would like to schedule a session, contact Renee at firstname.lastname@example.org, 651-322-5679 x203.
Community of Hope Sozo Ministry is requesting a $75 donation which will go back into the ministry.
For more Information CLICK HERE
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