Any space can be turned into a 24-7 Prayer Room – a place for your community to join together to seek God’s face and to pray every hour for a set period of time, be that for 24 hours, one week or one month. 24-7 Prayer Rooms are temporarily set up with creative, interactive prayer stations to help people learn to pray by praying. We offer support and resources that will equip you to run a prayer room where you are with whatever you have. Start by registering your prayer room to receive specific downloadable resources that will help from start to finish.
A virtual prayer room is an online space facilitating a chain of unbroken prayer, bringing people together from different homes, churches, areas, even different time zones!
A hybrid prayer room provides online access into the physical space, enabling those who would otherwise be unable to access the physical prayer room to still participate and pray with others.
Find resources and inspirational examples to help you run your own virtual or hybrid prayer room.
Hope spaces are prayer spaces in public, community places designed for people who have little or no experience of Christian faith and prayer. They often provide a safe space to help people creatively reflect on and express their questions, emotions, worries and hopes through prayer.
They can be run by a group of friends, a church or even churches working together across an area.
Find out more about Hope Spaces and set up your own.
Prayer spaces enable children and young people, of all faiths and none, to explore life’s questions, spirituality and faith in a safe, creative and interactive way.
Prayer Spaces in Schools aims to equip churches to serve the ongoing pastoral and spiritual life of their local schools communities by hosting great prayer spaces.
Find out how to begin the journey of supporting the pastoral and spiritual life of your local school and how Prayer Spaces in Schools can support the delivery of the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence.