The phrase “house of prayer” is used twice in Isaiah 56:7. “…These [all people] I will bring to My holy mountain and give them joy in My house of prayer. Their burnt offerings and sacrifices will be accepted on My altar; for My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations.”

Jesus repeated this phrase in Mark 11:17, when He spoke to the people, “My house shall be a house of prayer for all nations.”

In Acts 15:16-17, Paul exclaimed that in the end times, Jesus would restore the tabernacle of David across the world where individuals will never cease to engage with God through worship and prayer.

There are prayer rooms of varying sizes available 6 days a week, with space dictating the activities that are appropriate. Feel free to stay in the prayer room(s) as long as desired during scheduled open times.  While in a prayer room, you are welcome to join in with corporate worship and prayer, read your Bible, study a favorite commentary, write in your journal, or engage in private prayer. You may move about freely while being respectful of others in the space.

While our calendar provides more information on specific scheduled watches, prayer rooms are available for individuals and small groups Monday through Saturday.