Bethesda Healing and Revival Centre Registers with the Charity Commission

November 19, 2012 1:00 pm - Categorised in:

Bethesda Healing and Revival Centre was registered as a charity by the Charity Commission on 3rd October 2012.

Bethesda is a Christian charity and was established to provide a venue and resource for a prayer and healing ministry. The vision of the Trustees is that Bethesda’s centre will be a place for people to come to receive Christian teaching and prayer for emotional, physical and spiritual healing. The centre will also allow training courses to be run for the benefit of Churches, Christian organisations, groups and individuals.

Bethesda’s registration as a charity was achieved with assistance from Simon Hale, Head of the Charity Department at Ellis-Fermor & Negus solicitors. The Chair of the Trustees, Jackie Scott commented “it was great to work with a Christian solicitor who understood and was supportive of our aims and objectives and at the same time was also able to handle all the legal requirements to ensure the process to registration was as smooth as possible”.

If you are interested in finding out more about the work of Bethesda Healing and Revival Centre or if you wish to make a donation to further their work, please contact Peter & Jackie Scott on

Ellis-Fermor & Negus are specialists in Charity Law. Do you have a charitable idea or an organisation that requires registration at the Charity Commission? Contact Ben Bourne or Simon Hale at our Beeston Office for advice on 0115 922 1591.

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