General info – Prayer Spaces

Times, dates, places of Prayer Spaces are here

More photos of Prayer Spaces in action here

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Our Prayer Space at Meadgate Church

Prayer Spaces have been a feature of Chelmsford 24-7 since it started in 2015.  Over that period, we have opened them at many different churches in our City, sometimes monthly, for a season, others as ‘one-off’ events.

Open to all, Prayer Spaces are places to meet God and for prayer over our City, Nation and World and for anything that is on your heart.

They are quiet and relaxed. Worship music gently plays and various interactive resources are laid out around the room to stimulate your prayers.

Prayer Spaces are not ‘prayer meetings’, they are instead places of encounter, where God can speak to you, guide and send you out envisioned to impact you community, City, Nation and World.

What did Rev. Nick Lear, Regional Baptist Leader, say about our 12 hour PrayerNick Lear Space at South Woodham Ferrers?

Read here.

You may arrive at any time during the opening hours and spend as much or as little time in the Prayer Space as able.

All Prayer Spaces are accessible for those with mobility issues. (Note: there is a small step up to access our Cables House venue).

Regular Prayer Spaces

We are happy to partner with churches to run their own regular Prayer Spaces. One of our current regular Prayer Spaces is entirely run by the church that hosts it.

Interested in partnering with us?  We would be very pleased to hear from you.

‘One off’ Prayer Spaces

2015-10-07 10.08.03Our Prayer Space packs down into plastic crates and two fold-up displays boards. We can transport it to your church or other venue, for a morning, afternoon, evening or a whole day, or longer of prayer.

Ideally you will provide a reasonably large room, tables and chairs. We are happy to discuss any other ideas.


We can also set up a ‘river’ which can be up to fifty meters in length, themed on Ezekiel 47 and the River of Life.

We make no charge, but a donation to our work is always welcome.