Healing Service Moved To CSU

Wolstein Center Can Hold 18,000 People

CLEVELAND — Organizers of the next healing service scheduled for April 3 have decided to move the event to the Convocation Center at Cleveland State University.

There has been an overwhelming response from the story NewsChannel5’s Ted Henry first broke about a doctor treating seriously ill people with the power of prayer.

Because of the huge turnout from the previous services, the event had to be moved from St. Ignatius to a larger venue. The Wolstein Center can hold up to 18,000 people. The April 3 service is sure to be a marathon faith healing session, doubling and even tripling the turnout from this weekend’s gathering, which believers called one to remember, NewsChannel5 reported.

Nemeh spent about 12 hours at a service at St. Bernadette’s church in Westlake Sunday night into Monday morning. People have been coming by the thousands to attend one of his services. “It takes a lot of belief to stay all this time. If they didn’t, they couldn’t stay,” said believer Catherine Lee. The service at CSU will be open to the public.

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Mar. 21, 2005

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