The Covington News - - Religion -

Allen, Yolando “Cookie” King and Elmo Barnes.

SFHD Church of­fers weekly ser­vices to in­clude a heal­ing, de­liv­er­ance and wor­ship ser­vice on Sun­day at 11 a.m. fol­lowed by a Bi­ble study and de­monology class at 7 p.m. on Wed­nes­day. A lead­er­ship class is of­fered Thurs­day at 7 p.m. Faith­ful mem­bers gather for a spe­cial prayer and shut-in ser­vice Fri­day evening.

“From mid­night Fri­day to 6 a.m. Satur­day, we go into the church and lay pros­trate be­fore the Lord, and as the spirit moves us, we pray,” said Prophet­ess Holmes. “We talk about what the Lord has put on our heart, quote scrip­ture, have tes­ti­mony and pray again un­til de­liv­er­ance comes. I am a de­liv­er­ance min­istry that works in ex­or­cism and cast­ing out demons and pray­ing for mir­a­cles and heal­ing. We have seen blind eyes opened and peo­ple with tu­mors healed.”

Set Free Heal­ing and De­liv­er­ance Church en­cour­ages com­mu­nity pro­grams and sends their mem­bers to go into the com­mu­nity to spon­sor five women, men or chil­dren and work to­ward meet­ing their needs — whether it is hous­ing, jobs, or putting their fam­i­lies back to­gether.

For the past 35 years, Holmes has hosted an an­nual toy drive. She will be­gin to take applications for this year’s toy drive Dec. 1 to Dec. 5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and ap­proved fam­i­lies will be given the toys on Dec. 20. Fu­ture events in­clude a job fair in May 2009.

Holmes is em­ployed by Heart­land Hospice Ser­vices as a be­reave­ment co­or­di­na­tor. She and her hus­band James S. Holmes have three chil­dren and 10 grand­chil­dren.

For more in­for­ma­tion on Set Free Heal­ing De­liv­er­ance Church or “Let’s Talk About the Fam­ily,” con­tact Prophet­ess Holmes at (770) 786-8372 or email Set­free­ or tune in to WGUN 1010 AM to hear her daily show.

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