House of Prayer
Our house of prayer is now open and we have a facility for church members to book themselves in to pray. You must first register on this site in order to access the booking facility.
If you are already registered and logged in, you can find out more, and book yourself in to pray here. If you haven’t yet registered on this site, you will be prompted to do so before you can access the booking system.
Prayer Clinic provides an opportunity to receive more in depth prayer than is possible on a Sunday morning, especially prayer for any type of healing – physical, emotional and spiritual. The evening begins with a time of worship. We then break into small groups for individual prayer. Those who come for prayer can be assured of a safe and confidential environment and that all team members are trained and accountable to CFC Ministry Leadership. It is open to everyone. No appointment is necessary but it operates on a first come first served basis.
We meet monthly at 8pm, on the first Thursday in the Ark Room in CFC Belfast. See “What’s On” for dates.
Prayer for the Persecuted Church & Muslim World
For many years people from CFC have gathered regularly to pray for those undergoing persecution for their faith.
Materials supplied by the likes of Open Doors, Release International and Frontiers Ireland give a real insight into the lives of ordinary Christians and the challenges they face in some extreme situations in being church or planting a church.
Just reading the prayer points is at times daunting, challenging and yet inspiring as time and again the request is not so much ‘take me away from this situation’, but pray blessing for my country, pray blessing for those that are doing the persecution, pray that the church would respond in love, pray that the Kingdom would advance.
Meeting on the thurd Thursday of the month, at 7.30pm – 9.30pm in the Prayer House, we start with a time of worship, discuss a few prayer points then pray together as the spirit leads. Mostly we leave encouraged, with a sense that something has shifted in the heavenlies.
Everyone is welcome- no qualifications needed
Prayer Meeting for Christians Against Poverty (CAP)
We have a time to pray for the work of CAP on the first Thursday of each month in 2016 in CFC’s Prayer House – 181 Holywood Road at 7.30-9pm. No client confidences will be broken, but it is an opportunity to pray for God to work in their lives and to give thanks for those who have experienced freedom already. We’d love you to come along and join us!