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‘I want you to build me a house of radical worship, teaching and prayer, where the lost will be saved, 

the sick healed, the downtrodden raised up and my glory revealed. And it shall be a holy house, a light on a hill,  marked by my presence, which you will carry to the nations.'​​​

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We are expecting heavy construction work in the first half of this year on Cartlich Street where our reception is found. Here is a link to additional nearby parking  (Please avoid parking on the main road in front of the house)


Standing on solid ground

Half day retreat on Saturday 10th June 11am-2pm

We are having a half day retreat on Saturday 10th June at the Beacon following on from the morning worship. We will focus on the theme ‘standing on solid ground’, to help us explore our confidence in God and the things that give strength to our faith. The retreat time will include two short led reflections on the theme, time around the house for personal prayer and creative art. We will conclude with a bring your own lunch to allow some sharing time and closing worship. These retreat half days are a lovely way of taking some time out to be with God and be guided in prayer and quiet time.

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conversation about prophetic intercession


In this latest video, William Porter chats through the subject of Prophetic Intercession with Andrea Cranshaw and Jean Stanley from the Beacon House of Prayer asking some key questions

You can find a breakdown of this conversation and a growing resource of videos by clicking here


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We are aware that many organisations are finding this season financially challenging, as are we.
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