Mary immaculate is the proud homebase of arise ministry, the developer of the first catholic curriculum that trains the faithful to operate in the gifts of the holy spirit.
The Mission of Arise is to train, equip, and send into the world individuals to operate in the fullness of the gifts of the Holy Spirit for the building up of the Church.
Get Involved with Arise
Night of Healing
*From 7-8:30p in the Main Sanctuary of Mary Immaculate Church
Register for Holy Spirit 101 class
Take the course from a trained, Arise instructor over an intensive weekend or during the full 6-week program. Discounts are available to parishioners.
Request Private Prayer Ministry
To request a 45 minute private, prayer sessions with some of our qualified prayer ministers, please complete the form below. All sessions are scheduled individually.
upcoming Arise events
Learn more about the many exciting events happening with Arise Ministry. From our monthly Night of Healing to Treasure Hunts, graduate intensive classes and more!
Volunteer for Arise
INTERCESSORY PRAYER TEAM
If you are a graduate of Holy Spirit 101 and would like to join an Intercessory ministry team, please contact [Tori Harris]. Team members are available during Arise Nights, between Masses and are on-call throughout the week for private prayer session.
Retreat/Course Practicum Volunteers
All of our retreats need volunteers to be successful. If you are interested in volunteering during an upcoming retreat weekend, please contact [Tori Harris].
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Arise Worship Ministry is the developer of the revolutionary curriculum: Holy Spirit 101. This intense, hands-on program is designed to help adult Catholics discover, mature and share the miraculous gifts of the Holy Spirit. Arise Worship Ministry operates out of Mary Immaculate Catholic Church in Farmers Branch, TX, and its directors operate under obedience to the local ordinary. The curriculum, Holy Spirit 101, has been critically studied and reviewed. On February 17, 2016, Holy Spirit 101 was granted the 'nihil obstat' and 'imprimatur', an official declaration approving the teaching material as beneficial for Roman Catholics.
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