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Connecticut Region
of the Association of Christian Therapists

"...Help your servants to proclaim your message with all
boldness by stretching out your hand to heal
and to work miracles and marvels through
 the name of your holy servant Jesus.
Acts 4:29-30

For information about this Region
contact the Regional Coordinators:
Joe Duddie
Nina Cowell

We provide a safe harbor where healthcare professional can gather and be refresh through supporting, empowering and witnessing to each other.

Regional meetings are held every other month and are open to members and persons interested in becoming members. Please contact us via email or telephonically for information regarding dates, time and location.




Rev. Albert MacPherson, Dr. Carlos Miura

 April 25-27, 2014

The Espousal Retreat Center
554 Lexington Street
Waltham, MA 02452


“Jesus’s healing ministry, as presented in the Gospels, provides the biblical basis for prayer-centered healing. It points to the deeper truth: Jesus is our ultimate healer.”



Mail registration fee to:
Carol Oliveri, 1076 Cumbermeade Road, Fort Lee, NJ 07024

Tel: 201-886-1252

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Oratory of the Little Way
PO Box 221
Gaylordsville, CT. 06755

Soaking Prayer – New Time!

Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday – 10 am to 12 pm
Soothe your soul by participating in this gentle time of prayer, scripture reading and quiet reflection during a two hour period every 1st and 3rd Wednesday from 10:00 am to 12 noon. A two-member prayer team will pray with you, individually and confidentially, for your written requests. No appointment necessary.

The Oratory is a non-denominational prayer and healing ministry and retreat house which is open to everyone who is seeking healing.

For more information go to www.oratoryhealing.org or call the Oratory at 860-354-8294.

Dear Fiends of the Oratory of the Little Way,

We are writing to share a healing prayer experience with you so that you will be more aware of our ministry here at the Oratory.

The day of the sexual abuse workshop Lea got sick. Her stomach was in knots, her head ached and her hands shook. As a paralyzing fear overcame her she resisted going to the Oratory of the Little Way. Somehow, we convinced her to take the first step and go to a trusted friends house... just that far. If she couldn’t continue, we promised to take her home. She did bravely continue but as we got closer she went ashen. She sat staring blindly into the distance. She rode those last couple of miles oblivious to the world around her. When we arrived at the Oratory I asked her what had happened. She replied that she had done what she had grown accustomed to do during the abuse, she simply went away.

We prayed with Lea, intensively and personally. We asked Lea to go to that place of pain and then invited Jesus to come into the room where she had experienced the trauma. And we waited in silent prayer as we allowed the Holy Spirit to come in and minister to her. Later, when asked what had happened, she replied, “Jesus came to me and stood by the end of the bed. He knew, He understood, He cared and He loved me. It was the first time I have ever felt free of this burden of pain.”

In addition to classes and programs, the Oratory offers intensive, individual prayer, Individual Prayer Ministry, for those facing illness, and for those dealing with physical, emotional or spiritual trauma in their lives. It is through healing prayer that wounds are closed and lives are made whole. It is through healing prayer that people get back that which has been stolen from them.

Your support of the ministry of the Oratory makes it all possible. Without you, others would never experience healing. Please consider an ongoing pledge of support to the Oratory of the Little Way on a monthly basis in whatever amount is feasible for you. We need you. We need your help. Please give whatever you are capable of giving to support the Oratory.

Thank you for your consideration and continued support.

Ken Winslow
Board of Directors
Oratory of the Little Way

You can send your gift to:
Oratory of the Little Way
PO Box 221
Gaylordsville, CT. 06755


Upcoming Events...

Our region has three SEW (Support ~ Empower ~ Witness) cell groups serving our members in Connecticut, Rhode Island and the western section of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Anyone interested in learning more about these groups contact us via email or telephonically for information regarding dates, time and locations. These small groups are designed for ACT members to share, witness, and pray for each other and each others' concerns.

With expectant hearts, we look forward to the Holy Spirit's
company in our gatherings!



presented by Ken Fung, MD, FRCS

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