Directions and Transportation
Cambridge Prayer house in on the old road leading to Cambridge. Located on a road between the BP station and the slipway roundabouts leading to A428.
By Bus and By Foot
From the centre of Cambridge walk to Jesus College and take the “Citi 4” going to Cambourne. After 16 stops you will reach scotland Road. From there walk down the road to Cambridge Prayer House, which will take 8-10 minutes.
From the centre of Cambridge, head west on Sidney street towards Petty Cury. Continue onto bridge street (go through the roundabout). Continue onto Magdalene street. Turn left onto Northampton street. when you come to a roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Madingley Road. During the next roundabout take the first exit onto St.Neots Road. Cambridge prayer house entrance will be on the left.
In 1970, Brother John Liew and Sister Florence Pang settled in Cambridge, from Malaysia, and began to hold weekly Sabbath services in their home; it was on 15th April 1972, the Lord established Cambridge Prayer House. While the prayer house has moved locations a few times, it has remained in West Cambridgeshire for over 30 years.
Currently more than five families attend on a weekly basis including members from Malaysia, Leicester, Newcastle and China. The Sabbath day includes prayer sessions, services, fellowship, Bible studies, training sessions and house visitations. CPH has two RE classes and recently, a burgeoning choir. Students and visitors continue to enjoy the quiet yet informal atmosphere of worship at CPH and we have been very blessed to host international events including the English Writer’s Retreat and the International Youth Fellowship visits, and national events including the Literary Seminar, National Student Spiritual Convocation and spiritual convocations.
As an over thirty strong membership and spiritual community, we look forward to striving further towards a faithful future and meeting new members and friends!
May the Lord bless us with a church building, soon, and continue to guide the holy work in Cambridge.