Prayer Place is… just that. It’s a place set aside for prayer. God placed a dream in our hearts to establish a prayer center in the heart of Lincoln and He answered that prayer and Prayer Place opened in the fall of 2007.
WHERE: 1106 E St. Lincoln, Nebraska
OPEN HOURS: 9:00am – 5:00pm
QUESTIONS? Call 402-477-3191
Scheduled Prayer Events at Prayer Place
We have many scheduled prayer watches held at Prayer Place each month. Here are the current monthly or weekly prayer events. Click on the photos below for more details.
Why did NFA open Prayer Place?
God placed a dream in our hearts to establish a 24/7 prayer center in the heart of Lincoln. God answered that prayer and Prayer Place opened in the fall of 2007.
At a time when Nebraska Family Alliance was outgrowing its old office space, God opened a door to purchase an old home on the corner of 11th and E Street near downtown Lincoln. Even though this house was built over 100 years ago, it seems God prepared it for such a time as this.
Prayer Place is open to Bible Studies, informal worship sessions, and group or individual prayer times. It’s is open Monday through Friday from 9:00am – 5:00pm, excluding holidays.
The prayer center is available 24/7 to people who complete a background check and provide references. Contact us here to apply.
Can I come pray at Prayer Place?
YES! Prayer Place is open to anyone who would like to use the center for Judeo-Christian prayer, worship and Bible study. The prayer center has regular hours of 9:00am – 5:00pm, Monday through Friday. The center is available 24/7 for people who complete a background check and provide references.
We want to make sure that Prayer Place is a safe and secure location after hours. If you’re interested in praying at Prayer Place outside of regular hours, contact us here to apply.
History of Prayer Place
During a prayer retreat in January 2007 we sensed God leading us to establish a prayer center in the core of Lincoln’s urban community. After several months of searching a home was located just six blocks south of the State Capitol.
In July that same year, God miraculously supplied the needed finances to purchase the home debt free. NFA purchased the 1106 E Street property and dedicated the home to the Lord with a 24 hour prayer watch.
After two months of renovations by dedicated volunteers, Prayer Place opened on the first floor and Nebraska Family Alliance’s offices were relocated on the second floor in October 2007.