In the wake of the loss of the Faith healing song, Mount Hope Church in Niagara Falls, New York, has begun to seek a new way to bring the song’s message of healing and peace to the lives of its members.
“We have started a new song, ‘Mount Hope,’ that we believe has a positive message of hope,” said Rev. Mike Hickey, pastor of Mount Hope.
The song was created by the church’s longtime songwriter, Dr. Robert T. Dolan.
The words of the song were meant to “speak to all of the communities of faith and faith healing,” Hickey said.
“The song has been used in the churches of New York for years and years, and it has always been a great symbol to bring healing, peace, and healing.”
The song is a favorite among members, who have been told it will bring them joy and calm.
“I have a friend who has a very good memory of being with the song for the first time when it came on the radio,” Hicky said.
The church has partnered with an organization called New Horizons in the Healing Arts, a nonprofit that helps people heal through arts and crafts.
The organization, which has been around since 2001, will continue to support the church with the production of new songs.
“There are a lot of great musicians out there, but there are also some that are very experienced,” Higgs said.
He added that the church has already been working with musicians to help create new songs, as well as with music-maker Scott Bierbaum to create new music for the church.
Higgs is the son of former Mount Hope pastor Dr. Peter Higgs.
“He was a great man,” Higs said.
In the past year, the church said it has heard from many who were touched by the song and wanted to help.
“It’s not like you have to tell us,” Hives said.
Higs and Higgs are the first to be paid for the new songs by the faith-healing nonprofit.
But they say it’s a small amount, as the church still needs to find a composer.
“This is a small gift, and we are grateful for that,” Hries said.