21 DAYS OF PRAYER AND FASTING

“Fasting from any nourishment, activity, involvement or pursuit—for any season—sets the stage for God to appear.” – Dan B. Allender

We’re joining our wider Vineyard family in the UK and Ireland in 21 days of prayer and fasting. We’re starting on 1st January. During this time we are praying and asking God for a fresh move of His Spirit in our churches, our towns and cities and our nation as a whole.

You may fast from food, or certain meals – perhaps food types. But you may also fast from other things that distract us from God – social media, Netflix etc. 

We’ll be posting at the start of each week on our Facebook community, so join us as we pray.

48 HOURS OF PRAYER

We believe it is vital at this time and we want to intentionally commit to 48 hours of prayer as a church; to consecrate ourselves to God again, to pray for our communities and to seek God together for His church!

Across our sites in our homes, we will begin our 48 hours of prayer at 7pm on Friday 27th Jan, sign up to an hour throughout the weekend at home or at our House of Prayer. We will have organised prayer walks on Saturday before ending the 48hours with a evening of Prayer & Worship on Sunday.

JOIN A SATURDAY PRAYER WALK

PRAYER & WORSHIP NIGHT

 

SUNDAY 29TH JAN

PRAYER RESOURCES

There are loads of great resources out there to help each of us engage with Jesus in prayer more. Here are just a few!

Daily Examen

A guided prayer of reflection and examination

Contempletive prayer

Vineyard theologian and pastor Alexander Venter guides us through a simple prayer that centres us back on God.

Lectio for Families

An app from 24-7 Prayer helping families to engage with Scripture and prayer together. There’s a version for everyone here.

How To Book?

Head to the 24-7 prayer booking page create a login and book your slot!

Once you have booked a slot you will receive a confirmation email with details of how to get in. 

The opening times are 9am-9pm daily. (we are working on making the space available earlier – please let us know if this is of interest)

How To Get In?

There is a locking key box to the right of the House of Prayer door where you can gain access to the House of Prayer. A code for the key box will be sent to you via your booking confirmation email sent to you once you book a slot.

What Do I Do When I'm There?

Enjoy the space with Jesus, make yourself a tea or coffee on the house, worship and pray!

Pray for yourself, pray for your family, pray for our church, pray for the wider church movement, pray for our city, pray for our nation, pray for our world.

How To Get There?

The House of Prayer (HoP) is located in our ‘Restore Balham’ building which just a 3 minute walk away from Balham Station. Google search ‘Restore Balham’ or follow this link for electronic directions – Google Maps Location.
Written direction: From Balham Station, walk in the direction of Tooting Bec on Balham High Road and take your second left onto Ravenstone Street. Walk down Ravenstone St from the high road and as the Ravenstone St curves left there is a footpath on the right connecting Ravenstone St. and Larch Close. The HoP is a brown building on the left of the footpath.

V61 House of Prayer

Prayer Requests

We would love to pray for you for anything or talk through any questions you have. Also we would love to give you a free Bible, just let us know in the form below.

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Consent

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If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.

2 Chron 7:14

"Consecrate yourselves, for tomorrow the Lord will do amazing things among you."

Joshua 3:5

“...when you pray, go into your room, and when you have shut your door, pray to your Father who is in the secret place; and your Father who sees in secret will reward you openly. 7 And when you pray, do not use vain repetitions as the heathen do. For they think that they will be heard for their many words.

Jesus