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Monthly Public Healing & Prayer Service

MONTHLY PUBLIC HEALING & PRAYER SERVICE
August 31st, 2019
10:00 A.M
Special Guest Speaker: Annamarie James
“I AM FORGIVEN, THEREFORE, I CAN FORGIVE”
SOAKING PRAYER

Monday, September2nd, 2019
7:00 p.m. – 8;00 p.m.
WHAT IS SOAKING PRAYER?
Soaking Prayer is soaking in his presence (no water is involved). Come and relax while some scripture is read and quiet music plays in the background.
The prayer team will come and pray over you in silence for your concerns.
Location: Rhinebeck United Methodist Church
83 E. Market Street, Rhinebeck, NY 12572
Contact: Pastor Nan Ernst 914-689-6116


Annamarie James studied Pre-Med Physiology at Michigan
State University, New Testament Literature/Greek at Alliance
Theological Seminary and received her MBA from NYACK
College. Currently she is a member of The International
Gathering of Beth Rapha in Pomona, NY. Prior to Beth Rapha,
she served as a youth pastor, Sunday school teacher, and a
minister in training at By God’s Grace Ministries in Beacon,
NY. Annamarie received the Lord as her Savior at a very young
age. She was baptized in the Roman Catholic Church as an
infant, raised up in the Episcopal Church.
Annamarie is grateful for her journey in Christ being among
the various denominations in Christ and being able to
understand and have compassion for the beliefs each hold.
Annamarie participated in Tres Dias #79 and took Level I, II,
III of SHP (school of healing prayer) and was commissioned to
serve as a Prayer Minister for the Yorktown Healing & Prayer
Ministry She loves to help others and has a listening ear for all
who needs to “talk

April 2019 Chimes

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From Pastor Steve
I am about to do a New Thing
Isaiah 43:16-21
As I walked to the Post Office the other day I noticed some crocuses popping up from the cold, barren ground. They were beautiful but they still seemed out of place. The first day of spring had come and gone but it still seemed like winter. The world hadn’t caught up with my calendar expectations.
Sometimes our expectations of social change, change and growth in our church right here in Red Hook and in the Big Church as well seems like it is just not happening. We may have a sense that it’s time for the old rules to give way to the new reality, a new and broader way of thinking and relating to all people. We may be disappointed to find that the ground is still frozen but spring is coming.
Isaiah says (43:18-19) “Do not remember the former things or consider the things of old. 19 I am about to do a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.”
God is about to do a new thing, it may not be on our timetable but a new thing is coming. Crocuses, tulips, roses and the fruit of a new season. He will make all things new.
Peace, Pastor Steve