BREAKING NEWS …..‘Healing Rooms Scotland’ comes to Croftfoot!

We will be opening here on Friday 22nd April, from 1.30-3.00pm, and every Friday following.

Are you feeling under pressure, burdened or depressed? Are you suffering sickness of any kind?  If you need a touch from God, then please call in to our Healing Room any Friday where you will be warmly welcomed.

What is a ‘Healing Room’?  There are currently over 30 rooms throughout Scotland and they are places where prayer is available for healing of sickness … in body, mind or spirit. Our receptionist will offer you tea/coffee, during which time a couple of our trained team members will be praying for God’s guidance prior to meeting with you. They will then listen to your request, in privacy and confidentiality, and pray for your healing, in Jesus’ name.

Please note that all visits are free of charge, and we do not advise our guests to stop taking prescribed medication or to cancel doctor/hospital appointments.

For further information on Healing Rooms Scotland, plus numerous stories of healings, please visit

THE ‘AS ONE! PRAYER SHIELD’ … Coming to Croftfoot Parish Church

THE ‘AS ONE!  PRAYER SHIELD’ … Coming to Croftfoot Parish Church

What is the ‘As one! Prayer Shield’?   It is a national call to prayer promoted by Pray for Scotland, and Parliamentary Prayer Scotland, to encourage the Church to stand together ‘as one’ and to raise a shield of prayer for their areas in 2016.  The initial focus is to pray for God’s guidance on all aspects of the elections to the Scottish Parliament, but also to pray for our own local needs.  As part of the tour, a prayer of blessing will be said by one area over the next, creating a ‘river of blessing’ throughout Scotland.

The Prayer Shield is currently touring Scotland, stopping off at designated places, and reaching Glasgow on 14th April.  Croftfoot Parish Church (318 Croftpark Avenue, G44 3NS) has been asked to receive the Shield on Friday 15th April at 7.30pm, and so we invite you, our brothers and sisters in Christ, to come and stand with us as we pray ‘Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done’ in our nation.

Further information on the Shield’s journey around Scotland can be found at   (Prayer for Scotland’s website).

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