The Prayer Room is a place where we corporately live out David’s life vision: to gaze on the beauty of God and to dwell in unbroken fellowship with Him (Psalm 27:4).
As we pursue this one thing, we discover what moves His heart, and this is what fuels our intercession for our nation, and the nations of the earth. Our prayer meetings consist of times of prophetic worship and Spirit-led intercession.
In community is where we get to live out what Jesus declared to be the two greatest commandments – “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind” and “You shall love your neighbour as yourself.” (Matt 22:37-38).
Our heart is to establish a culture where honour and love is evident in the way we lay our lives down for one another.
“Enlarge the place of your tent, and let the curtains of your habitations be stretched out; do not hold back; lengthen your cords and strengthen your stakes” (Isaiah 54:2).
We believe that as friends of the Bridegroom, we are called to strengthen the Body of Christ in her identity. This includes partnering with the Church, both locally and elsewhere, to declare the message of the worthiness of Jesus and His second coming.
Our core values
Everything flows from our encounters with God. HIS LOVE has the power to transform and fill us – breaking us away from our former/sinful mindsets into vessels that He pours His glory into. Intimacy defines our constant connection to who He is and what He is revealing through our lives.
In KLHOP, we practice twofold honour. We honour God through obedience to His Word; we honour people for how He has created them and their divine destiny established in Christ.
In this community, authenticity is seen through sharing our journey with one another. We’re called to stand together in the good, the bad, and the ugly – constantly bringing each other back to the throne of grace.
We are called to carry a humble heart and a teachable spirit, always hungry to learn more about God and His ways.
We believe that when God moves He commands unity. God designed families to encounter His glory and reveal it to the world. Because of this we desire to move in community, practicing the two greatest commandments, laying down our lives daily for the sake of His kingdom purposes.