Prayer Room

Intercession for Harvest

Night and day prayer changes the spiritual atmosphere of a city. No power can stop the speedy justice that flows from night and day prayer. God does not ask anyone’s permission.

 

There is an irrefutable law in history that revival is released in a measure whenever night and day prayer is offered.  When night and day prayer has been offered to God throughout history we always see a God released breakthrough of His power.

At the same time, in many other places around the world, God placed desires and plans for 24/7 prayer in the fabric of diverse ministries and in the hearts of leaders. This has resulted in 24/7 houses of prayer and prayer movements being established in every continent of the earth.

Eastgate House of Prayer seeks to be an apostolic resource center with a 24/7 House of Prayer as its foundation that will be a rallying and equipping place to help usher in transformation and revival in not only our region but to the ends of the earth.

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Called to
Rise Up

Eastgate House of Prayer exists to honor Jesus and to open heavenly gates for both personal and regional transformation over Lancaster County and the surrounding regions through consistent and fervent prayer and worship.

We recognize that one of the greatest needs within the body of Christ today is for a radical, dedicated, passionate group of believers to rise up in the power of consistent, persistent prayer to push back the kingdom of darkness so that the Good News can go forth.

All across the nations of the earth, God is raising up an army of prayer warriors to do just that. We are a part of this prayer movement and seek to create an atmosphere for God’s manifest presence to reside. EHOP is a place where people can come to experience God and encounter Him in a real and transforming way.

We are called to rise up and build this culture of prayer in our region to see His kingdom come and His will be done on earth as it is in heaven.

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