Guided London prayer walks take place around central London, exploring the history and spirituality of the city, and praying strategically at places of influence.

Each walk aims to be both a fun and informative tourist experience, allowing people to see and learn about central London, and also a genuine opportunity for intercession for key institutions and people, such as parliament, the stock exchange, the Bank of England, the Prime Minister, and the Queen. The walks feature talks outside various buildings of historical, spiritual and practical significance, and then opportunities to pray for what takes place inside them.

The London prayer walks are ideal for prayer groups, mission teams, church groups, and any people interested in praying for London, and learning more of its history and spirituality.

Current walks offered include:

  • City of London – business London, including the Bank of England, the Stock Exchange, plus St Paul’s Cathedral, Tower Bridge and the Tower of London.
  • City of Westminster – political London, including the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, 10 Downing St, Trafalgar Square and Buckingham Palace.
  • Legal London – including the Old Bailey, the Royal Courts of Justice, St Bride’s Church, Temple Church and Middle Temple Hall.
  • West End London – including Piccadilly Circus, Soho, Leicester Square and Covent Garden
  • John Wesley’s London – including Fetter Lane, Aldersgate, the Charterhouse and Wesley’s Chapel.
  • William Wilberforce & Abolition of Slave Trade – including the Bank of England, St Mary Woolnoth and Jamaica Coffee House.

Most London prayer walks last between 2 – 3 hours, but can be tailored on demand. To book one email Mark.