The Greenwich prayer house is based in the in London, England borough of Greenwich, on the banks of the River Thames. Known for its maritime history, it is home to the Cutty Sark, a restored 19th-century ship, the National Maritime Museum, the classical buildings of the Old Royal Naval College and the 02.
We at the London-Greenwich prayer house believe that the more effective a believer’s prayer life is, the greater the manifestations of the Spirit will follow. Our main objective is in line with John 6:63, which is to contend for a transformational revival in our cities, by awakening the hearts of our nations through the flowing life of the spoken word of God.
We believe that prayer, intercession and evangelism finds its foundation and fulfilment in Christ. Christ made intercession for transgressors, and we also want to support your passion to see God’s will be done in your city (see Isaiah 53:12).
Are you currently praying and interceding for a great revival in your city or nation? Or are you willing to stand in the gap for others? If your answer to either of these questions is yes, the Greenwich prayer house welcomes you to join us as we pray for souls, national and international issues and all leaders.
For more information about the Greenwich prayer house and what we do, please feel free to contact our leader: Andre Gles.