We are a prayer-team that meets the third Friday monthly to pray for our communities. Please check the calendar for other dates and times of community prayer.
House of Prayer is inter-denominational and everyone is welcome to come and pray with us!
Thank you for taking the time to visit us, and we hope that you will feel blessed and encouraged while you are here!
Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest.Jesus
Our hope is to have the Name of the LORD Jesus glorified by people from all the different churches coming together for prayer and worship. It is our hope that this would be available 24/7, not just in one building but throughout the county and in various locations.
Bringing the body of Christ together in prayer to reclaim our communities for God; to see His righteousness realized in our cities and to see salvation come to the lost.
As intercessors we are servants to the body of Christ praying to God on behalf of the church. We pray primarily for the churches and pastors. Specifically, that they receive the honor, respect, courage and blessing they need to do the work of the ministry God has called them to accomplish in the community.
Our purpose, as the House of Prayer, is to glorify the LORD as we encourage, bless and support our communities and churches through prayer so they can be successful. We do this by bringing the body of Christ together in the heart of "one accord" prayer.
His name will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince of Peace.Isaiah 9:6 (NASB)
The Way into the Holy of Holies
Step by step, we are guided into the throne room, the Holy of holies, where the presence of God dwells between the cherubim above the mercy seat. This is the place where he invites us to come boldly. Come now, let’s start our journey together…Learn More
Make Your City a House of Prayer
This book explores the pastor-intercessor relationship in making our city a house of prayer by suggesting ways to rethink how we can interact with cross-denominational leadership, opening the way for unity to flourish.Learn More
Lynn Ferder is the director for the House of Prayer. Lynn is a Bible teacher and speaker, with a prophetic calling. She offers practical understanding and training on how to apply biblical truth to everyday life. With a heart for prayer, it is her desire to teach others how to have a meaningful prayer life and a rich relationship with God.
Lynn has written books on prayer and also has CD's putting prayers to harp music. Please see her author website for more information.Author Website
We have put together a series of teachings on prayer that is available to be taught at your church. These prayer classes can be from one class to six or more, depending on what your desire is. From beginners to advanced, we are available to teach how to pray the solution (and not the problem) using scripture.
We are also available to pray with your church for special events or needs. This could be a one- time evening ‘call to pray’ or an all- night prayer event for break- through. Whatever you need, we will accommodate you. We also have an intensive, 12 hour prayer training done in one day for small groups. Please use the ‘contact us’ form to request information about learning to pray.
Prayer Room Times
Here is a list of some of the more consistent Prayer Room times. For special events please note the events above.
- Thursday evening, 6 pm to 8 pm at New Life Christian Center, 1723 NE Vine Street, Roseburg
- Every First Friday, Town Prayer, 12pm -1pm Courthouse room 310