Sometimes prayer can be difficult. We struggle to know what to say and how to say it. We can feel alone in what we’re going through. In those times, it’s great to have someone to pray alongside you. That’s where the UCB Prayerline comes in…
The UCB Prayerline is not a counselling or advice service, but is here to help you bring God into the situations you’re facing. This confidential service is available to you whoever you are and whatever background you come from.
If you’re serving in the armed forces, or someone in your family is, you can contact our dedicated Forces Prayerline.
It doesn’t matter how big or small you think your prayer request is, if it matters to you, it matters to God.
You can contact the UCB Prayerline by phone during opening hours when our team of trained and dedicated volunteers are there to pray with you. Or you can submit your prayer request by filling in the form below at any time of the day or night. Our team can’t reply, but they will pray.
Due to a planned upgrade of our telephone system, you might experience some difficulty getting through on the phone. If you're not able to get through, please do send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or if calling for prayer, you can submit a prayer request online. Thank you.
Prayerline opening hours
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 10.00pm
Saturday 10.00am to 6.00pm
Closed on Sunday and all Bank Holidays.
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If calling from the Republic of Ireland dial:
1890 940 300**
**Standard call charges apply, calls from mobiles may cost you more. Check with your supplier for details.
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UCB Prayerline is staffed by wonderful volunteers all across the UK, to answer phone calls.
During this prolonged pandemic crisis, Prayerline is experiencing an unprecedented high level of calls and we would love to pray for you. However, if you are not able to get through or you're ringing outside of normal opening hours, please leave a message on our voicemail system or send us a prayer request on the form below. If you leave a message or send an email, we're not able to reply, but please be assured that one of the team will be praying for your requests.
To help us comply with the Data Protection Regulations and in order that anyone you mention cannot be identified, please refer to people by their first name only, and omit any and all other information about them such as surname, contact details, geographic location, job role etc. Your prayer request will be anonymised and sent to one of our e-mail team.
We've been blessed to receive so many recent applications to volunteer for UCB Prayerline. Praise God! However, due to the high volume of applications that we're currently processing, we are unable to accept new applicants at this time. Keep checking back, and we'll let you know when applications are open again!