There is a lot going on at Joppa House of Prayer, and the prayer room is the central hub to everything.
Central to the programs, activities, and outreach of Joppa House is our prayer room, which is open to the public. The prayer room has been designed to reflect the tabernacle of David (1 Chr. 22–24), where they never ceased worshiping the Lord and interceding for our world.
We want you to feel comfortable, whether as a participant or an anonymous visitor. You are welcome to stay in the prayer room as long as you like. While in the prayer room, feel free to sing along with the worship teams, read your Bible, study a favorite commentary, write in your journal or just pray. You may sit, stand or even pace up and down the aisles. Whatever you do, we ask that you do it in a manner that honors and serves the other people in the room. Please see our prayer guidelines if you have additional questions.
If you have any questions while visiting, please do not hesitate to ask. We extend a very warm welcome to you, and trust that the Lord will minister to you while you spend time before him.