Church and Center for Inner Peace
is a place alive with the power of the Holy Spirit. It is a holy, peaceful place where all people are invited to greater physical, emotional and spiritual wholeness through the energy that flows from the heart of God.
Founded in 2000, The Center for Inner Peace is the result of God responding to the prayers of a community who were called by Him to create
"a center for inner peace, Christian healing and spiritual enrichment for all people."
The Center for Inner Peace is an ecumenical Center where all
people can receive prayer for inner healing, physical healing,
generational healing, spiritual healing as well as receive
teaching on how to pray for healing.
Our ministry of healing prayer is based upon the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. Through that ministry, many people are discovering healing, spiritual awakening, serenity, and inner peace.
As an extension of our vision, we offer The School for Christian Healing and Spiritual Enrichment, an intense workshop that equips individuals to effectively minister healing prayer to others. We are also available to do other workshops as well as midweek training on specific topics related to healing.
At least once per year we offer the Spiritual Enrichment Seminars which
gives participants the underlying spirituality for healing and
The Center for Inner Peace is located at 1513 Pinewood Lane, on the southwest corner of New London, Wisconsin.
The Center is sponsored by St. John's Church,
a Spirit-filled community which celebrates spiritual, life-giving,
contemporary worship services every weekend
(Sundays 8:30am and 10:30am) and holds enlightening
Scripture Studies and Book Studies every Thursday evening at 7:00pm
Please explore our web site and discover the exciting and life-giving opportunities that await you at
St. John's Church and Center for Inner Peace!
For further information contact our pastor and Director, Rev. Paul
Feider at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call him at 920-982-0970.
To dialogue with Rev. Paul, contact the
church facebook page at St. John's Church and Center for Inner Peace.
There is a New Breed of Episcopal Christians forming at St.
John's Church and Center for Inner Peace. The following article
describes what is happening. Contact us if you wish to be part of
this great movement of the Holy Spirit.
New Breed of Episcopal Christians
There is a new breed of Episcopal Christians emerging and they
sound much like the apostles of long ago.
They are a group of people who moved beyond their 16th
century roots to the core values of the Acts of the Apostles church.
Their vision setting questions do not focus on the period of
Reformation but on the stories of the first Christians who sacrificed
their lives to proclaim the amazing life giving power of Jesus Christ.
These Episcopal Christians are not interested in political jargon
but in the truth of the scripture and the power that flows from the
anointing of the Holy Spirit. This
new breed of Episcopalians combines the experience of the Baptism of the
Holy Spirit with the reenergizing power of the sacramental life.
This combination offers an experience of the transforming power
of a personal relationship with Jesus as well as a sensate means of
continually encountering his living, risen presence.
Their weekly celebration of Eucharist is a powerful recommitment
to be the body and blood of Jesus in the world today.
These Episcopal Christians are not conformed to the values of the
present age but are transformed by a personal encounter of the Holy
Spirit as described in the New Testament.
They are concerned about doing what Jesus did and obeying his
directives while being empowered by a personal friendship with him.
This new breed of Episcopal Christians welcomes all people into
their midst and then shares the treasures of the apostolic teaching, the
gift of Christian friendships, the transforming power of the Eucharist
and the energizing guidance of listening to Abba
each day. They have frequent
teachings on the healing power of Godís love and they are equipped to
minister that love with the gentleness and persistence of Jesus himself.
Their teachings affirm Christian medical care, sound
psychological principles, and biblical Christian spirituality to invite
people to wholeness and the fullness of life that Jesus promised.
They study the scriptures not just as a historical book but as a
love letter from the Master himself, allowing themselves to be moved by
the compassion that flows between the lines of the text.
They continually invite Jesusí values to transform their own so
that their actions bring his presence into the world today.
These new Episcopalians value the scripture as the word of God,
and they also value the traditions that flow from that word.
They embrace the core values of the first century church and
repackage those values in a way that 21st century people can
hear them and receive them. They
set aside the cultural barnacles attached to the church of the middle
ages and accentuate the actions and words of Jesus that bring about
spiritual transformation and healing today.
They use reason to discern ways to best express the treasures of
Jesus for this generation. They
intentionally and systematically seek to lead each person to a personal
encounter with Jesus, an event which the New Testament describes as
being ďborn from above.Ē Their
whole attention is on what Jesus says, not on what other people think of
The people involved in this new breed of Episcopal Christians
enjoy a life of serenity and inner peace.
They begin each day with gratitude for Godís gift of life and
they approach every situation with the belief that nothing is impossible
with God. They care for the
needs of the poor with the compassion exemplified by Jesus himself.
They demonstrate a joy that is visible and tangible to all who
visit with them. They
welcome everyone into their midst and begin soaking them in Godís love
as soon as they arrive. They attract people who are looking for
something more, something deeper, something richer from their Christian
life. This new breed of Episcopalian Christians is growing.
Check it out at www.centerforinnerpeace.com
(920-982-0970). We are
happy to share the journey.