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Incarnation Church is pleased to invite you to a day of healing, titled, “Let Your Healing Begin.” Acclaimed teacher Nigel Mumford will be leading a teaching and healing prayer service. This event is open to all who are interested in learning more about this vital aspect of the Christian life.

Sunday, December 1, 2018

Teaching: 1-4pm

Registration at 1pm
Stryker Center
412 N. Boundary St. Williamsburg

Healing Service: 4-6:30pm

Williamsburg Library Auditorium
Across the parking lot from Stryker Center

December 2, 2018

Sunday Worship: 10:15am

Nigel Mumford, guest preacher

Contact Cindi Sholander with questions (cindisho@me.com). She is available by phone from 3-6pm (571-268-1732). 

Suggested donation: $10 to cover facility costs


Please fill out the following form to register for this event.

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Our Speaker: Nigel Mumford


Nigel Mumford was born and educated in England and served in Her Majesty’s Royal Marine Commandos. He became involved with healing in 1989, after the dramatic healing of his sister, Julie Sheldon, a former member of the London Royal Ballet, who was dying from dystonia, a years long debilitating disease. Nigel, already an American citizen, was drawn deeper and deeper into the ministration of Jesus’ healing gifts and subsequently became an ordained clergyman.

Nigel is an international speaker, author of numerous books and CDs, and has been the leader of extensive healing ministries. He has also served on Francis & Judith MacNutt’s Advisory Board. A combat veteran himself, Nigel created and sustains the Welcome Home Initiative (WHI), a free 3-day retreat, held multiple times a year across the USA, for combat veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress. He was recently awarded a VA House of Delegates Resolution & Commendation for his work.

Having taught at many seminaries and medical institutions in the USA and UK, Nigel was himself in a medically induced coma for 19 days due to a life-threatening bout of H1N1 in 2009. At his discharge, his pulmonologist confided that he had been “as close to death without dying that he had ever seen.” That experience has exponentially expanded his confidence in Christ’s ability and willingness to heal those who believe Him.


Stryker Building
412 N. Boundary St.
Williamsburg, VA 23185

Williamsburg Library Auditorium
515 Scotland Street.
Williamsburg, VA 23185