House of Prayer Live
“We respect and submit to the government’s direction with regard to gatherings, as scripture says (Romans 13) which is why we have decided to close House of Prayer church, until further notice. However, we want to encourage believers of Jesus to continue to stay in the word and focus on Him, using this time to their advantage of reading the word, prayer and deepening their relationship with the Lord. And where possible to be the light to people in wisdom, example and encourage, in this time of crisis.
We who love the Lord Jesus are the church and buildings are where we meet sometimes. It seems that now more than ever we have the means to share and encourage the love of Jesus due to technological advance and facilities at our disposal.
Our Sunday services at 10:30am will be live streamed. Please see our Facebook page
for more information.
Do you need prayer? call us on our COVID-19 PRAYER LINE 07892184849”
Welcome to House of Prayer
After visiting our website we hope you will pay us a visit to one of our Sunday services as we would love to meet you.
At House of Prayer we function as a family rather than a organization and are passionate about seeing people discover their unique identity in Christ and know the purpose and calling God has for them.
As a church we love to be in the presence of the Holy Spirit to worship Jesus, share His word and be part of God's kingdom plan in the area. Sharing the good news of salvation, healing and equipping are all part of our life together. We have a fantastic team who are responsible and loving and gifted leaders both in the church and the kingdom.
House of Prayer began in January 1993, we were a group of 12 people who met together in a Sunday morning. This evolved from a few people meeting together for prayer two mornings a week before work for five years. Our name comes from Isa 56:7-8 '... for my house will be called House of prayer for all nations.' Today His word is fulfilled as we are now a multi-national church with about 20 different nations represented within the church family.
May the Lord continue to pour out his grace.
Every blessings from, Tony and Mary Herber Davis and Barrie and Nina Lucas
(Senior leaders, House of Prayer.)