HTC Care Ministries
October 12 - 13
HEALING CONFERENCE '18
Save the date and join us for our Healing Conference 2018 happening at Holy Trinity Church on October 12-13. The conference will be hosted by Rev. Jamie Haith and Andy Haith, and will feature teacher, pastor, speaker, and author Chuck Parry of Bethel Healing Rooms and School of Supernatural Ministry.
Save the date for Immanuel Day at Holy Trinity Church on Saturday, November 10. The day conference will help people to settle into themselves and connect with the Lord in order to recover and to heal. Stay tuned for more information.
We’re partnering with professionals who understand and can underpin our pastoral care here at HTC.
The team that heads up McLean Counseling Center is dedicated to their work and understand the intentional, multi-layered care that integrates spiritual and psychological services, overarched by prayer.
HTC aims to provide safe, effective and Christ-centered courses that will enable individuals, couples, and families to find the healing and freedom they desire and deserve in Christ.
Each course will be a tried and tested resource that has been vetted and approved by the pastoral and counseling team at HTC.
We offer a set of up to 5 prayer sessions with one of our pastoral team and another trained lay member of HTC.
The initial session would be 2hrs long and each follow up would be 1hr. These sessions would take place over a maximum of two years.
As part of HTC Care, we offer 30-minute prayer sessions for people who are struggling with an issue, would like more support or have a decision to make.
These would be scheduled times for anyone not participating in a course, having counseling or pastoral prayer ministry.
Each bespoke program would aim to enable people to integrate and participate in the broader church activities such as home groups, men’s and women’s events, exercise groups, Bible studies, prayer meetings, mentoring programs, discipleship course and small groups.
Support for our congregation and broader community
In accordance with living a 10:10 lifestyle (John’s gospel) and enjoying life to the full, our hope is to establish a system of care at HTC that allow people to seek and find greater health, peace, and wholeness. As part of the Family pillar, we are pursuing a more encompassing approach to pastoral care to ensure that HTC is a haven and a hub, a home and a hospital for all who attend, and the broader DC metro community.