Norfolk Christian project offers prophetic ministry
Prophetic Lighthouse is a Norfolk-based Christian prophetic ministry which offers intimate worship, prayer and prophetic words.
Rev Rachel and Noel Alexander (pictured above), who lead Prophetic Lighthouse, say: “We offer soaking in gentle worship, prayer, mentoring and we teach and encourage people to listen to God.”
On September 8 and October 20, from 10am to 12noon, we have a morning in The Chapel, Wessex Street, Norwich. We invite everyone to come and rest in gentle worship and healing prayer, covering topics of ministry to stress, trauma, anxiety and fear.
Noel has been key-working people who are struggling with addictions or who are looking to get back to work. Noel also mentors men who are looking to seek more of God, in their workplace and family life.
Rachel enjoys sessions where she will listen to God with people and help them discern what he is saying to them in their life situation and discuss the wisdom of the application of the word.
We lead a time of soaking in worship and prophetic presence of God, listening to him and then, at the end, sharing what he is saying. This takes place every Wednesday morning, 10am at Weston Longville Hall for All.
In St Stephens church Norwich, on Thursday mornings from 10.30am, we have a similar time of soaking worship and praying for the team from ‘Love the Streets’ before they go out into Norwich to speak and pray with people.
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We enjoy visiting churches, small groups or ministries. We will speak a timely word, offer prophetic appointments or facilitate some prophetic soaking in the atmosphere of the presence of Jesus.
We offer all our ministry free of charge but give opportunity to donate and sow into our ministry at our meetings or through our website: www.propheticlighthouse.org
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