Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Day of Healing Prayer

58th Day of Healing Prayer

Healing Your Family: One Generation at a Time


Due to the concerns about the spread of the coronavirus, St. Michael’s has decided, in an abundance of caution, to postpone the Day of Healing Prayer scheduled to occur on Saturday, March 21. All who have paid in advance will receive a refund. Once a new date has been selected, we will notify all who have already registered for this event, as well as publicize the new date on the website, social media, and in church publications. We regret any inconvenience this may cause, but feel everyone’s health is of paramount importance.

Saturday, March 21, 2020

9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Sanctuary (Corner of Meeting & Broad Streets)

Featuring Cheryl Williams

President, Healing Words Ministries

In you, O Lord, have I taken refuge; let me never be ashamed (Psalm 71.1).

On Saturday, March 21, St. Michael’s Church will host its 58th Day of Healing Prayer from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and allow participants to hear profound teachings and experience completely confidential prayer time with trained prayer ministers. In what may be termed a “spa day for the soul,” all attendees may bask in peaceful surroundings, including live praise and worship music from Dr. Chris Keenan.

St. Michael’s will welcome Cheryl Williams as the keynote speaker for the theme of “Healing Your Family: One Generation at a Time.” Ms. Williams, of Jacksonville, Florida, is president of Healing Words Ministries and a conference speaker and prayer minister at Christian Healing Ministries. She is passionate about love, life and truth and takes great delight in seeing other believers’ hearts open anew to Christ’s love for us.

She loves sharing His desire for life to be lived in the fullness and truth of our identity in Christ. This passion spills over when she preaches and prays in the power of the Holy Spirit. As a mother and grandmother, Ms. Williams is keenly aware of the need for children of all ages to receive the healing love of God the Father. She has prayed for the recovery of many of His children from wounds they have received that prevent their growth.

This day is for all of us who pray daily for our own healing, and the healing of those we love — or should love —the most: Family. Cheryl Williams is a gentle soul whom Jesus has anointed with a special calling. Through the power of the Holy Spirit, she is able to reach individuals and offer hope in the face of despair, joy in the shadow of sorrow and the healing of inner wounds in the name of Jesus Christ. Sign up by March 16 and then come and hear a message of true Gospel light and encounter the only One who can truly offer healing to you and your family — one generation at a time.



$30 per person, includes lunch and materials

Please make checks payable to: St. Michael’s Church

How to Register:

l. Mail your name, contact information, and a check to:

St. Michael’s Church Day of Healing Prayer                                                                                                       71 Broad Street, Charleston, SC 29401

2. Email your name and contact information to heal@stmichaelschurch.net. You can pay when you arrive on Saturday.

3. Register online

Parking is available in the church lot on St. Michael’s Alley and in the parking garage on Meeting Street behind the County Building.


8:45 am Registration Session I

9:00 am Worship 1st Teaching: Cheryl Williams

10:15 am Prayer Ministry

11:15 am Holy Communion for Generational Healing

12:00 pm Lunch Session II

12:45 pm Worship 2nd Teaching: Cheryl Williams

1:45 pm Prayer Ministry

3:00 pm Adjourn

All occurs in the church, at the corner of Meeting and Broad.

What is a Day of Healing Prayer?

A Day of Healing Prayer is a time set aside for the Lord where participants can bask in His presence and receive completely confidential prayer from trained, experienced prayer ministers from St. Michael’s Church. The day also includes teachings on specific areas of Christian healing. Sometimes we simply need to be still, sitting in God’s loving presence to receive the healing of mind, body and spirit that He has in store for us. Things for which to pray: forgiveness, physical healing, grief (loss of family members, friends, home), broken hearts, relationships, career issues, etc.

The Healing Ministry at St. Michael’s Church

The healing ministry at St. Michael’s Church was started in 1986. It has grown under the guidance of our clergy and lay leadership who all are actively involved and supported by about 60 trained lay prayer ministers.

St. Michael’s prayer ministers receive comprehensive and ongoing training through Christian Healing Ministries Schools of Healing Prayer, Levels I, II, III, and IV; through Presbyterian Reformed International Ministries; through the International Order of St. Luke, the Physician; and through various other ministries, including those of David and Mary Pytches, John Wimber of Vineyard Ministries and Wagner Institute Publications.