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EVENTS>>>>Life in the Spirit Seminars start on 18th April 2017; Empowered Christian Living & Spiritual Development Program for Easter-tide 2017; Running every Tuesday evening at 7:30pm Start, in St David's Chapel. Please go to Events Tab and select Life in the Spirit Seminars(LSS) for more information.

Cardiff Prayer Group: Welcome to the St Peter's Prayer and Healing Ministry Fellowship Home Page, or the St Peters Prayer Group, Cardiff, as it is more commonly known as. We are here to help you grow, in faith, in Jesus Christ through prayer, teachings, seminars, sharing and fellowship; guided by the Holy Spirit.

We invite you to join us every Tuesday evening for a 7:30pm Start.

More Information; Click Here

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Affiliated Prayer Group in Newport:

Newport Prayer Group: Launched on 7th August 2013; runs on 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the Month; Please contact Leaders for confirmation.

Go to St Gabriel's Prayer Group, Newport for more information.

 


 

 

Find out why so many people come to the St Peter's Prayer Group - what they say!

Read Emmy's Testimony - "I was Healed in 10 minutes!"

Go to Emmy's Testimony

 


 

Lenten Programme starts on Tuesday 7th March 2017; go to the Events tab and select "Annual Lenten Talks" for more information.



Life in the Spirit Seminars 2017 - Cardiff Programme coming soon!

Find out what people who attended these in the past said about them:-

Life in the Spirit Seminars Testimonies


 

Book for thePotential Annual Life-Changing Retreat & Conference to Pantasaph - North Wales; All Welcome! Bring your friends and Family; Discounts for Students; Children under 12 FREE! Book your place for just £25 deposit now!

Have you booked for the Life-Changing Annual retreat & Conference to Pantasaph?

Thursday 5th to Sunday 8th October 2017

Book now by paying a deposit of only £25 to secure your place; Only £145 for the whole retreat and Conference! Full Board; 4 days over 3 nights.

Go to the Retreat and Conference Page for more!

 


 

 

 

 

 

Basic Prayer Group Meeting Outline;

We have a loose prayer group meeting outline, praying for guidance each week, to be led by the Holy Spirit, so each week varies in content but tries to follow the same basic outline:-

1.           Welcome; Introduction.

2.           Songs of praise and worship

3.           Intercessory prayers for friends, relatives, colleagues, the church, the  sick, the wider community and the world

4.           Free-flowing period for worship, scriptures, words of knowledge and wisdom, sharing and bearing witness to God in our lives. There is usually a quiet period of meditation and listening to God.

5.           Teachings, testimonies, sharing, further songs of praise, further quiet periods of silence for scripture, further words of knowledge etc.

6.           Prayers for those present as required through personal ministry.

7.           Closing prayers (Usually around 9:15pm) followed by further personal prayer ministry for anyone who requests.

More about our weekly Prayer Group Meetings

 


 

Other Programmes and Special Events that we run

As well as our regular weekly prayer meetings we do run special events and programmes to help heal and empower people that come to them.

They are (Click from the following list for more information) :-

Healing Services

Annual Lenten Talks

Life in the Spirit Seminars

Walking in the Spirit Discipleship Programme

Annual Retreat/Conference away together

To find out more about these please select them, or select the "Events and Activites" tab on the right. For details on dates and time go to our

Events Calendar

Please pray for those who have sent in their Prayer Request. Follow the link below. Thank you.

Pray for these people please - Click Here

 


 

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St Peter's Prayer & Healing Ministry Fellowship

St Peter's RC Church, St Peter's Street, Roath, Cardiff CF24 3BA, Wales UK

[Entrance through double gates on Bedford Street to St David's Chapel]