A prayer room creates spaces for the community to join together to seek God's face. An hour or even a half night spent in the prayer room can be life-changing. The 24-7 prayer room at St. Peter's first opened in 2015 and is currently undergoing renovations. As a result, we have set up a temporary prayer room in a meeting space which is now open 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday.
A. Yes, you can. When you make your booking, tick the box that says 'book for exclusive use'.
Q. How do I make a repeat booking?
A. You will need to make each booking individually, but the system will remember your details if you book your slots simultaneously. So it doesn't take long.
Q. How do I get into the prayer room?
A. To access the room, please ring the buzzer on the side of the St Peter's Building and let the office know you are here for the prayer room. Once the door opens, please make your way through the building, following the signs to "Meeting Room 3". It is located on the 1st Floor beyond the Small Hall.
Q. I need to cancel my booking, but the system won't let me.
A. If you booked a slot without creating a 24-7 login, you can only change your booking from the same computer on which you made it.
Q. What happens if I need to cancel at the last minute?
A. We understand that this may happen from time to time. Please cancel your booking online.
WHO CAN USE THE PRAYER ROOM?
Q. Can people who don't go to Open Heaven use the prayer room?
A. We would love for this prayer room to be available for all those in Loughborough.
Q. Can my friends come and pray with me?
A. Yes, make sure that you book it for exclusive use under one of your names unless you are happy to be joined by others.
Q. What should I do if someone is still in the prayer room when I've booked it for exclusive use?
A. Sometimes, people get caught up in prayer and have no idea that their time is up, even if you've arrived. Please let the other person/group know that your booking was for exclusive use, that your hour has started and ask them to please finish up and leave.