What is SOZO?
Hi, you may have logged on to this page just out of interest, to know what Sozo is about, or you may be looking for some help, either way we hope you find this information helpful.
The word Sozo comes from the Greek language and is used 110 times in the New Testament and it means, to save, to make well, to heal, to make whole or to deliver.
The Bethel church in California call their prayer ministry by this name, Sozo, and they use this ministry to help people move from 'stuck' places in their Christian walk, into freedom.
We at the House of Prayer also have trained workers equipped to help and love the body of the church and have prayed with people from our own fellowship, churches in the area and even further afield.
What Sozo is Not It is not counselling.
What does it cost? There is no charge to you as the church supports this ministry, but we appreciate your time and commitment to honouring your appointment once it has been made.
Where is it held? We mostly work from our church annex in Duke Street where we have small private rooms. This enables us to maintain the confidentiality which is obviously important to those who come for Sozo and important to us who pray. We believe that each person's testimony is their own to share if they choose.
When is Sozo available? We mostly work on Fridays, 10:30am-12:00 midday, 1:30pm-3:00pm and last appointment 6:00pm-7:30pm. However if these times are impossible for someone to come we can be a little more flexible.
How to book an appointment? If you are part of our church family contact Barrie or Nina personally, otherwise please phone or text 07495493084 and we will contact you if you leave a name and number.