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 Setfreeinfo@SFHAD.com or tune in to WGUN 1010 AM to hear her daily show.