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Next Healing Service: Good Friday, April 19
In 1990 Pastor Barbara Garlington was diagnosed with cancer. God miraculously healed her. The desire to see people physically healed was always in her heart and in the mid 90’s a Visiting Minister from South Africa confirmed that desire by telling her that God had given him a dream the night before. In the dream God told him to pray for Pastor Barbara and release her into her Healing Ministry. Join us on Friday, April 19 at 10am if you or someone you know is in need of a physical healing!
At the start of our Healing Services we pray a Prayer of Renunciation. This prayer breaks the bonds and influences of unforgiveness, generational curses, and occult practices that may be in the way of God’s blessing in your life. If you’d like your own copy of this Prayer of Renunciation:
Locking Arms Men: Good Friday Worship
Locking Arms Men Pittsburgh is having a special Good Friday Breakfast and Worship service with special guests including our own Bishop Joseph Garlington. Breakfast begins at 7am at The Union Chapel on Good Friday, April 19. For more information Click Here!
New Members Class
Interested in becoming a member of CCOP? This class is the first step. See the sign up sheet at the kiosk in the Foyer for more information and to sign up for the next class.
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