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HEALING MINISTRY

We Are All In Need Of Healing 

Please check the ministry you are interested in to see if it is still active or on hiatus during this period of social distancing.

If you are in need of prayer, we would love to pray with you.  Please call 518-692-9550 Ext. 214.  

The power of prayer can have a remarkable transformative effects on us. In fact, recent scientific studies have confirmed what we’ve known all along: that prayer can alleviate stress and mend bodies and souls. Many people have found solace through prayer at Christ the King, from widows, first responders and vets struggling with PTS to alcoholics, drug addicts, victims of abuse, people dealing with anxiety or depression, even clergy suffering from burnout. 
Our Healing Ministry provides a weekly healing service, private prayer appointments, veterans’ ministry, Christian Healing Ministries’ School of Healing Prayer®, personal retreats, seminars, intercessory prayer, and quarterly Days of Quiet and Healing.

Events

  • Spiritual Formation Webinar

    June 6, 2020  |  2:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

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  • Spiritual Formation Seminar

    September 19, 2020  |  9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

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  • Weekly Events

    Our weekly services & youth groups have been cancelled until further notice, due to restrictions set by the CDC. Please contact us with any questions at:
    (518) 692.9550. 

News Feed

  • Beaver Cross Summer Camp 2020

    Video update on Beaver Cross Summer Camp 2020. Click here to go to the video announcement.

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  • Stay Connected

    During this time when we are unable to be together, we encourage you to stay connected through any of our outreach videos. For more information, click here

  • Update from the Executive Director

    Please click here for the latest update from Christ the King, regarding our response to the COVID-19 situation.

     

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Friday's storm left us with some cleanup work. At least 10 trees snapped off or ripped up by the roots. No damage to any buildings. Praise God.

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