The prayer request process is an important link in the flow of communication for the church family at the Prayerhouse. Whilst our own personal or family prayer needs can be taken to our Life Group, you may wish to share your request with the prayers of the church, so that they may stand with you.  If your prayer request is of a sensitive nature your prayer request can be passed onto a smaller group of dedicated prayer warriors.

The prayer request process works well in times of desperate need, in the case of an emergency or sudden illness, when urgent prayer is required. Nothing is too big or too small! We can receive prayer requests relating to a global catastrophe or something much more personal to you. You can request prayer for family members, friends and colleagues, or even someone you do not know, but have been asked to pray.

Sending a request

To request prayer please fill in the form below, alternatively you can email Pauline at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Your prayer request will be sent to the prayer warriors by email. If you are worried about confidentiality, it’s probably best to pass your request to a limited group of people you know.


Once a month the prayer chain is reviewed and followed up to give an update on current prayer requests. We love to receive feedback or praise requests and stories of how God has answered, to enable us to say thank you Jesus! If you have a story of how God answered prayer, please let us know!

Being a Prayer Warrior

If you are Prayerhouse family and not on the prayer chain, and would like to be considerd, please contact Pauline at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Jeremiah 33:3 Call to me and I will answer you and show you great and marvellous things.


Your privacy is important to us. The information you have given us will be stored securely, and retained solely for the purpose of sharing this prayer request on the prayer chain and contacting you for any update. You can find out more about how we use your personal data by reading the privacy policy.