Jonathan Oloyede

Jonathan Oloyede, Founder - National Day of Prayer

I believe with all my heart that this grassroots prayer network in neighbourhoods, is part of the key catalysts to ignite the fires of revival and transformation that is about to erupt within the British Isles in our life times.


Dave Carr

David Carr, Order of St Leonard

As the Overseer of OSL and Renewal Christian Centre, we have embraced Neighbourhood Prayer as a vital part of our year of “Proclamation.” Prayer has never been the last resort for Christians but rather the first and final solution for the cleansing and redeeming of our communities. I believe that this project will not only take Christ into our communities, but will open the doors for social as well as spiritual breakthrough. Prayer opens the door for us to walk through, it arranges opportunities, and it frees from strongholds. We are implementing Neighbourhood Prayer immediately after a town-wide outreach; we believe it will impact the streets and roads of Solihull.


Roy Crowne

Roy Crowne, Executive Director, Hope Together

We need to see our neighbourhoods in the way God sees them. Catching a vision for our community is always caught from prayer. I welcome this prayer initiative, which I am convinced will end with action and transformation.


Steve Clifford

Steve Clifford General Director, Evangelical Alliance

“Loving our neighbour” comes in all kinds of shapes and sizes. Praying for those I live next to has to play a vital part in seeing the Good News of Jesus brought to our communities.


John Glass

John Glass, General Superintendent, Elim Churches, www.elim.org.uk.

I was absolutely thrilled when I heard about Neighbourhood Prayer Network. Not only is it a timely initiative, but it also highlights for us the pivotal and vital part that prayer makes in reaching our local community with the whole gospel. I wholeheartedly commend it.


Debra Green

Debra Green OBE, National Director, Redeeming Our Communities

I am convinced that prayer is a powerful first step in the process of community transformation. Part of our commission to love our neighbours is praying for them. I endorse this project and hope we have this in every neighbourhood.


Andy Hawthorne

Andy Hawthorne OBE, CEO, The Message Trust

All the evidence of history is that “more prayer” equals “more blessing.” I can’t wait to see the blessing that comes to neighbourhoods across our nation through this exciting new initiative.


Jane Holloway

Jane Holloway, Prayer Director, World Prayer Centre

It is good to welcome the Neighbourhood Prayer Network into the canopy of prayer that God is raising up to cover every person, every place and every sector of society. If each Christian did take up this invitation to simply pray and care for their neighbours, there would indeed be radical transformation in every community!



Brian Mills, Co-Founder, Interprayer

I gladly recommend Neighbourhood Prayer Network. God has for years been speaking to many folk about the importance of praying for our neighbours. As we do so, we shouldn’t be surprised to see God answer prayer. He may even ask you to put feet on your prayers! I’m looking forward to hearing some of the stories of God at work through your prayers.


Paul Blackley

Paul Blakey MBE, Founder, Street Angels - CNI Network / Love Your Streets.

Prayer and action go hand in hand, and change people and communities. Through the work of Street Angels - CNI Network, we see week in and week out what happens when people pray for the wider community and follow this up with practical action - communities are made nicer, crime is reduced and lives are changed. We are thrilled to partner with Neighbourhood Prayer Network and hope that we will see a massive increase in Christians putting love into action, which will make our nation a different place!


Brian Bennett
Head of Communications and International Ministry, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association

I was very excited to hear about the Neighbourhood Prayer Project. God’s timing is impeccable, as always. Here at Samaritan’s Purse, we recently heard from one of our partners working in the Kibera slums in Kenya. Pastor Frank told us that individuals from his church were “taking personal charge” of the people and situations they were being confronted by every day, and he encouraged us to do the same: to “take charge.” He reminded us of the power of intercessory prayer, lifting up in prayer people we know who are hurting or who are lost, people who need to experience something of God’s love, His mercy and His grace. We were rightly moved to pray! We should all be praying for our communities, and I am very happy to endorse what the Neighbourhood Prayer Project is setting out to do. I just know that God will richly bless this initiative.