House Of Prayer
Friday’s 9:00AM - 10:00AM (during School term)
Jesus, quoting Isaiah 56:7 said “my house will be called a house of prayer for all nations.” That simple and sincere form of communing with God was so intricately interwoven into everything Jesus did in his ministry on earth. Prayer was central to who he was. Following Jesus ministry, the church was then born out of a state of prayer. Prayer has always been at the helm of any great move of God. Real prayer is an expression of faith and shows an understanding of how God wants to interact with his children and the world. He chooses to act as we pray. We are a church who prays because we know our absolute need for God’s interaction with us.
We believe this to be true and therefore seek to enjoy the great privilege of prayer.