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St. Martin's Episcopal Church

Order of St. Luke (OSL)

4:30 pm
 - 6:00 pm
Chapel Reception Hall

The Order of St. Luke (OSL) meets weekly to learn and grow in the practice of prayer for healing. The group offers prayers after the Sunday services and hosts the Service of Prayer for Healing and Wholeness on the first Wednesday of the month.

For more information about OSL and its mission, click here.

St. Martin’s International OSL Healing Community is an ecumenical Christian healing ministry and fellowship of men and women who believe healing is an essential part of the teach of our Lord Jesus Christ. The work of the order is carried out through teaching and prayer. Members are committed to intercessory prayer – that is, praying for others. They serve on prayer teams, sponsor healing services, and lead workshops and missions.

OSL grew from the Fellowship of Saint Luke, begun in 1932 by the Rev. John G. Banks, an Episcopal priest, and his wife, Ethel Tulloch Banks. Today there are inter-denominational healing communities all over North America and in many countries around the world.

Wednesday Healing Service

This service meets the first Wednesday of most months.

May 3, June 7, July 5
5 p.m.
Parish Life Center or via Zoom

St. Martin’s International OSL Healing Community invites you to join its service for healing and wholeness. This short service is held for anyone in need of prayer for themselves, friends or family.

OSL Healing Ministry Study Group

Wednesdays, September through June (except first Wednesday of each month)
-6 p.m.
Children’s Life Center or via

For more information, contact Amanda DeViney at [email protected] or 713-830-4110.

St. Martin’s OSL Healing Community is part of an international organization that is dedicated to the Christian healing ministry. Guests are welcome to attend for prayer and study, or if they are simply interested in knowing more about OSL and its mission. Click here for more information.

Becoming a Member

OSL has two categories of membership: Associate and Full. Associates complete a course of study with a focus on the healing ministry of Jesus. With the OSL chaplain, there is an opportunity for reflection and prayer to discern whether you are called to this ministry. After a minimum of six months as an associate and upon completion of the studies, an associate member may be inducted into full membership.

For more information about OSL, contact Amanda DeViney at [email protected] or 713-830-4110.