We are seeing a significant increase in prayer and a broadening of what we pray for as Church. God is involved in and interested in all aspects of our everyday life and the life of our nation and we want to pray what is on God's heart, as he leads.

My house shall be a house of prayer for all nations. Mark 11:17

As a house of prayer, we are establishing a regular rhythm of prayer to seek the Lord’s face by the power of the Holy Spirit.

You can join with our rhythm of prayer whether you are an individual, small group or church. Together we can make a significant change in the spiritual climate where God has placed us.

Here’s how you can get involved:


As a team, we meet each morning from 9.30-10.30am to pray during the week at our prayer house, 5 Ethel Street in Birmingham.

Connect with us online as we post prayers on our Facebook and Twitter and respond to what is happening around the world.


At the house of prayer, we are led by the Holy Spirit and also the current news but we also use prayer guidelines from Prayer Alert to pray for issues relating to our nations and the world.

Every week, we send out our e-newsletter. Sign up on our home page to receive prayer points and stories of what God is doing around the world.


Each month we have a monthly theme which shapes our prayers over that month.  We will feature articles and stories as well as a post on social media which tie in with the theme.

We gather Christians with a heart to pray to see transformation in our communities, our nation, and the world. Join us for our Prayershift gathering which is one Saturday a month and is a key time of prayer, worship, and declaration for the nations.

WATCH + PRAY is one Monday a month and is for those with a watchman's heart. We spend time in prayer and listening to God.


We host an annual prayer conference in Swanwick, Derbyshire, and invite you to come and join hundreds of other intercessors for a powerful weekend of prayer! The conference takes place each spring at Hayes Conference Centre. This year's theme is "Beholding His Glory", with main speaker, Malcolm Duncan. For more details, click here >>