Prayer ministry

May the LORD make his face shine upon you!


For whom?

Whether you come alone, with a second person, or as a small group/family, our goal is the same: healing – reconciliation – freedom. Although we usually serve people with a living faith in Jesus Christ, we also meet with people who have no animosity to the Christian faith. Biblical values are the basis of our work.

“Single appointments”

An opportunity to receive prayer ministry parallel to everyday life. The frequency of the sessions will be discussed individually at the first meeting.

“Intensive block”

A wonderful and challenging time of personal growth. The units: 12 hours / week, spread over 3 – 4 days of the week.

We offer sessions both “live” and with one of the following programs (“apps”): Zoom (a link will be sent to you), MS Teams (ID and password will be sent). You don’t need a special program for these apps. Your web browser is sufficient.

Further information

Extended information will appear here if you are logged in.

  1. Download the

    short questionnaire

    and save it on your computer. Fill out the short questionnaire, save it again and send it as an attachment to our office by e-mail. Alternative: You can of course also print it out and send it to us by post.
  2. Register on this website (Register). As soon as your registration is activated, you will have access to our events.
  3. Fix an appointment by logging in first, then select the person & appointment type.
  4. Please send us the completed

    life history questionnaire

    (for an intensive week one week before your appointment).
  5. Online appointments: We use Zoom or MS Teams. We will send you a meeting ID and password by email.

You need either:

  • a smartphone with headphones and the downloaded app (see below), or
  • a computer with camera, microphone and loudspeakers. (If possible, use headphones with a microphone for individual sessions).

Elijah House is neither a "hospital facility" nor a crisis intervention center. We do not offer rehab or inpatient programs (and are not equipped to do so). In the event of mental illness, drug or alcohol addiction, acute risk of suicide or other immediate crisis situations, please contact the nearest hospital or crisis intervention center (or psychosocial service). Christian centers in Germany.