Are you sick?
Experiencing emotional pain?
Or suffering from trauma?
We would like to pray for you
- Everyone welcome
- Fully confidential
- By appointment
- Free of charge although donations welcome
We are part of the International Association of Healing Rooms (IAHR) based in Spokane, Washington, USA, who oversee all the IAHR Healing Rooms in England and Wales whose head office is based in Congleton, Cheshire.
Our Healing Rooms ministry team consists of a group of volunteer Christians from several local churches who have been trained to pray for the physical, emotional or spiritual issues in the name of Jesus Christ. Our focus is on the presence and power of the Holy Spirit working through us to heal the sick and transform your life. We have seen Him do many amazing miracles. All prayer is in a safe, caring environment, is fully confidential and free of charge, although donations are welcomed to cover our expenses.
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What happens when you visit Yate Healing Rooms?
You will be welcomed by our receptionist and asked to complete a prayer consent form and prayer request slip.
The prayer slip will be taken into the ministry team where you will be allocated 3 team members who will seek God on your behalf.
Then you will be invited into a confidential environment to receive prayer ministry.
The prayer slip will be returned to you at the end of the session.
Latest from our blog
Can God heal people via Zoom?
An interesting question to consider during these challenging times. Can God heal people via a video call? As with most organisations during the Covid-19 pandemic the Healing Rooms team have had to operate predominantly via Zoom video. This has presented some challenges as its not quite the same praying for someone on a video call as it is in person. There is no laying on of hands or anointing with oil but does God need prayer team members to be physically present in order to heal someone seeking prayer? In our experience the answer to the question is definitely no. The bible tells us that God is omnipresent - he is everywhere - so he isn't limited by time or a person requiring prayer not being present with the person ministering. There is a wonderful story in the bible in Matthew 8 v 5-13 where a centurion came to Jesus asking for healing for his servant. Jesus offered to go and heal the servant but the centurion told him that he didn't need to come 'just say the word and my servant will be healed' Jesus marvelled at the centurion's faith and this faith is often the main point that gets pulled out of this story but what often gets missed is the fact that the bible records that as soon as Jesus said 'go, let it be done just as you believed it would' the servant was immediately healed. In other words Jesus didn't physically interact with the sick servant but he still got healed. Over the last 12 months we have seen many people receive a touch from God during a Zoom call and whilst we are very much looking forward to returning to face to face prayer sessions as government restrictions being to ease. We are more than happy to pray for people via Zoom if you are unable to attend a prayer appointment in person.
Some of our recent testimonies
“After many months of visits to a chiropractor for pain in my neck and right shoulder, the pain disappeared and all the bones in my neck and shoulder moved back into the right alignment after prayer. [read more]
“In August I broke the 5th metatarsal bone in my foot and a lot of damage was done to the ligaments and soft tissue etc. in my foot. 4 months later the bone had still not healed, and in fact there was very little improvement in the foot in general. [read more]
“I had been suffering with back pain and visiting an osteopath, then attended a HR meeting where I received prayer. The minister prayed, ‘Back be moved in Jesus’ name’, and it was. [read more]