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Church’s Ministry of Healing

Church's Ministry of HealingThe Reverend Noel Waring first established the Church’s Ministry of Healing in the Church of Ireland in 1932. In this, he received strong support and encouragement from the then Archbishop of Dublin, Archbishop Gregg. Over the years, CMH has been instrumental in developing and encouraging this important dimension of the Church’s wider ministry throughout Ireland. As well as its Dublin base, it developed a centre at The Mount in Belfast and other diocesan centres were established. Today, CMH: The Mount is an independent company but CMH: Ireland continues to work collaboratively with it and with all the dioceses and parishes both north and south of the political divide.

CMH: Ireland
The Church’s Ministry of Healing: Ireland practices and promotes Christ’s example of well–being, compassion, forgiveness, and reconciliation in order to nurture inward peace within ourselves and others.

Our aims are to educate, to encourage, to co–ordinate, to provide and to resource. Although our primary responsibility is to the dioceses and parishes of the Church of Ireland, we are happy to address the needs of all those who seek healing of body, mind or spirit.

The Church’s Ministry of Healing: Ireland is a company limited by guarantee (Reg. No. NI072551) and governed by a board of directors. It is a registered charity (CHY4214).

Chairman of the Board: The Rt Rev Patrick Rooke
Secretary and Treasurer: Mr Richard Graves
Ministry Co–ordinator: Jessica Stone
Ministry Facilitator: Currently recruiting

All enquiries should be directed to:
CMH: Ireland
Egan House
St Michan’sChurch
Church Street
Dublin 7
t: +353 (0)1 872 7876
e: hello@ministryofhealing.ie
w: www.ministryofhealing.ie

Eucharistic healing services are held twice weekly in Dublin:
Tuesdays, 12.45 at St Ann’s, Dawson Street
Thursdays, 12.45 in Christ Church Cathedral

CMH: The Mount
The Church’s Ministry of Healing: The Mount

CMS Ireland House,
33 Dargan Road,
Belfast,
BT3 9JU
Tel: 028 9078 2159 or 048 9078 2159
Website: www.cmh-themount.org

The Revd Dr Pat Mollan (CEO and Director of Ministry)
Ms Maureen Waters (Secretary)

Services for Healing:
Belfast

St Anne’s Cathedral,
Donegall St.
Fridays at 1.00 pm.

Downpatrick
Down Cathedral
Downpatrick
1st Friday every month at 1.00 pm.