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COVENTRY HOUSE OF PRAYER

Coventry house of prayer
(Formerly Coventry Prayer House)

Welcome to Coventry House of Prayer. 

(Formerly Coventry Prayer House)

This website is currently under construction so please bear with us!

Located in the Old Blue Coat School on Priory Row, we are currently closed to the public due to the Corona virus but if you'd like to send a prayer request, or get in touch, send an email to coventryhouseofprayer@gmail.com,use the contact page or message us via our Facebook page.  Please note - we do not currently have a telephone number.  The House is run by volunteers - we will do our best to respond quickly, but do not expect an immediate reply.

 

Many churches and individuals across the city are involved in running the House of Prayer and we welcome people joining in.  Though we are not currently meeting at the House, the whole city is becoming a House of Prayer as the church is increasingly called to pray, and this is reflected in our name change from Coventry Prayer House to Coventry House of Prayer.

 

get involved

Coventry House of Prayer is entirely run and managed by loyal volunteers.  As well as a dedicated group of Prayer Supporters, we have a team of Hosts who make it possible to open the House daily, by being available to let people in, show them around, and provide hospitality for all visitors.  They also pray during their time there tidy up and clean the House!  We welcome people getting involved, so if you would like to join our Host Team, or help in another way, please get in touch.  Training and guidance is provided.

 

Coventry House of Prayer is a unique project in Coventry providing a place where we can come together with unity of purpose to seek God, pray and intercede for our city, nation and the world.  We hope to reopen soon and resume our in-person meetings but meanwhile we are gathering on Zoom. Please contact us for details.

 

coventryprayerhouse@gmail.com

partnerships

hope coventry

Coventry House of Prayer is a project of HOPE Coventry. HOPE Coventry exists to grow a connected church in Coventry that demonstrates the love of Jesus for the benefit of the city. It does this by supporting initiatives that connect the churches together and projects that meet the needs of the vulnerable.

 

You can read more about the variety of the projects that HOPE Coventry supports, from the Winter Night Shelter to Coventry House of Prayer, by visiting the individual project pages, and you can contribute to these projects on their website

 

They also seek to connect the church in Coventry by publicising events and projects that happen in and around our city: see their fortnightly e-newsletter and their events page for more information, or contact them  to tell them about your event.

cov365

We whole-hearted support the Cov365 - Without Ceasing prayer and worship initiative - praying continuously every hour, every day during this year of Coventry being City of Culture.  If you can pray for an hour, go to www.cov365.co.uk to book a slot and follow them on Facebook to join the conversation.

 

"Whilst we’re praying for lives, churches, the city etc. to be changed, our number one focus is the Lordship of Jesus Christ. We believe the Holy Spirit is the initiator and project manager of the initiative; the one who will piece together our humble offerings into something worthy of the Lord Jesus."  Dieks Anthony: Cov365

eternal wall of answered prayer

We have supported the Eternal Wall since we first heard about it a couple of years ago, but now we have formally partnered with this amazing project!

 

There are over three thousand bricks allocated to Coventry, so they really need more answered prayers to be sent in.

 

You can share yours on their website.  There is a simple process to help you capture all the details.

Every single one of the million bricks in Eternal Wall will represent a story of Jesus answering someone’s prayer, contributed by individuals from across the world.  A colossal piece of architectural sculpture, visible from nearly six miles away and seen on over 500,000 journeys a week, Eternal Wall will be the largest database of hope stories in the world.