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Judith MacNutt to teach at St. Michael’s on March 19

By Charleston Mercury Staff

Judith MacNutt. Image provided.

St. Michael’s will host its 59th Day of Healing Prayer on March 19 from 9 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. in the sanctuary of the church and is honored to have as its guest speaker Judith MacNutt, president and co-founder of Christian Healing Ministries in Jacksonville, Fl. For several decades, she has been highly influential in equipping pastors and laypersons with a deeper understanding of healing prayer and has also been a central part of powerful teachings to those seeking spiritual healing.

The day’s theme is “hoping for more.” Following the morning teaching and worship service, a box lunch will be served in the nearby Belser Building; the $40 admission price includes the event, all printed material and lunch. The healing ministry at St. Michael’s Church started in 1986. It has grown under the guidance of clergy and lay leadership who all are actively involved and supported by about 50 trained lay prayer ministers.

All the personal prayer time is completely confidential and takes place in a safe and comfortable environment, enhanced by inspired and calming music. Ann Caldwell will be a special musical guest, joining Rich Giersch and Jason Moore in the praise band.

When the program begins at 9, it will start with worship and then turn to a teaching from Judith MacNutt followed by prayer ministry, generational healing and lunch at noon. At 12:45 the worship will start the afternoon session and will be followed by the second teaching from Judith and then more prayer ministry before the program adjourns at 2:45.

Judith MacNutt in profile

Judith holds a master’s degree in psychology from Eastern Kentucky University and is a licensed psychotherapist in Florida. Early in her career she discovered the need to address her clients’ spiritual needs as well as the psychological. After working in psychiatric hospitals in Boston and Kentucky, Judith moved to Jerusalem where she directed a House of Prayer. After returning to the U.S., Judith established Christian Counseling Services in Clearwater, Fl., integrating her work as a psychotherapist with healing prayer.

She married Francis MacNutt in 1980, and together they founded Christian Healing Ministries. They traveled extensively together and co-authored the book Praying for Your Unborn Child. Judith also authored Angels Are for Real and Encountering Angels. Judith continues to travel and speak about the power of healing prayer. She lives in Jacksonville and has two adult children, Rachel and David.

Judith has dedicated her life to helping those bound by hurt, pain and trauma; she guides those for whom she prays to wholeness through inner healing.

How to register

Saturday, March 19, 2022; Registration starts 8:30 a.m.; program runs from 9 to 3.

($40 per person, includes lunch)

Please make checks payable to: St. Michael’s Church and mail registration to:

St. Michael’s Church Day of Healing Prayer

71 Broad Street, Charleston, SC 29401

843.723.0603 Office

For more information, email: or go online to

Parking is available in the garage on Meeting Street behind the county office building.

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