Saturday 4th November

St Paul's Hammersmith, London


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45 million people are trapped in slavery today. 1 in 4 are children. The end of slavery in our lifetime is possible, but only if we pray and act. Unite with us on 4th November in London as we pray to end modern slavery, for good.


Supporters from across the UK come together to worship and pray. This will be a time to:

  Journey with us into God's presence and encounter His heart for justice
Be equipped to pray. Hear first-hand stories of the fight to end slavery
Join us on the front line, fighting in prayer for freedom and restoration
Respond to God's personal call on you in this fight
Be empowered to pray through the rest of the year


Saturday 4th November 2017

9.30 Registration Opens
10.00 Worship
10.30  Praying for Justice- The Journey
11.00  Prayer Sessions 1 & 2
12.30  Lunch Break
13.45  Prayer Session 3
14.40  Keynote Speaker
15.35  Tea Break
15.55 Response in Prayer & Worship 
17.00  Finish   




Saroeun Sek


 "Cambodia has changed because of prayer...The people of Cambodia used to be afraid, but now the criminals are afraid. It was and is God's work, God's direction, God's promise. We stand in the midst of monumental change." 

Join us at St Paul's Hammersmith to hear IJM Cambodia's Saroeun Sek share his incredible journey from nightclub DJ to Director of Legal. Celebrate IJM Cambodia's incredible breakthrough in dramatically reducing the exploitation of children. Find out more about IJM's work across the globe.  Join David Tent's Lucy Grimble as together we worship the God of justice. Fight with us until all are free.

Early bird price(ends 1st September) £15
Standard price: £20
Students: £10

Book as a group of 5 or more and receive a free ticket.  


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St Paul's Hammersmith
Queen Caroline Street, London, W6 9PJ

See FAQs for parking and travel suggestions



Can children attend?

The day will feature sensitive stories of abuse and injustice which will not be suitable for children. IJM is also unable to provide any childcare for the day. We therefore strongly recommend that children do not come to the conference. However, there will be no charge for children under the age of 5 who do attend, but please note that no food will be provided for them, although there will be a facility to heat up baby food.

Is food provided?

Your ticket price includes coffee and tea throughout the day, but not lunch. There are several places to buy lunch in the area, but you are also welcome to bring a packed lunch to eat in the venue foyer.

Here are a few places in the area that you can buy lunch:

Subway, 1-15 King Street
Pret a Manger, 8-10 King Street
Nandos, 2-26 Hammersmith Broadway
Wagamma, 244 Shepherds Bush Rd
Honest Burger, 24 Fulham Palace Rd
Tesco Metro, 13-16 Broadway Centre
Leon, 27 Broadway Shopping Centre West
Wasabi, 28, The Broadway Shopping Centre
Marks and Spencer, 27 King Street

Can I volunteer?

Individuals are able to sign up to serve at the National Prayer Gathering as a volunteer, rather than an delegate. Volunteers serve IJM to ensure the smooth running of the day, in roles designated by IJM. Volunteers receive free entry to the event and most will be able to watch the main plenary sessions throughout the day. Some travel expenses will be covered by IJM.

If interested, please email

Is there a dress code?

No. We suggest you dress casually.


Is there a discount on tickets for a group?

Discounts are available for groups of 5 or more people. If your group consists of more than 20 people, please contact the office to discuss the possibility of a further discount.

Are tickets available on the door?

Limited tickets will be available on the door but cannot be guaranteed. We highly advise you to book in advance.

Can you claim Gift Aid on my ticket(s)?

No. The registration fee covers the cost of hosting the National Prayer Gathering. Because this is a service and not a donation, your ticket fee cannot be gift aided.

What other discounts do you offer?

Senior citizens can continue to pay the early-bird rate of £15 even after the early-bird rate has ended. To qualify for a senior citizens discount, you must provide your date of birth and be aged 65 or over.

A student ticket price of £10 is available. To qualify for a student discount, you must be between the ages of 16-25 and be in full-time education. Simply book a student ticket at the checkout and enter in your school/college/university to receive this discount.

Can I cancel my ticket and receive refund?

We are unable to offer refunds on purchased tickets. However, tickets are transferable so may be given or sold to someone else in your place. Please let us know of this change.


Will there be parking?

Parking in the church grounds will be reserved for blue badge holders or others with special access requirements. If this applies to you, please contact the office so that we can monitor capacity.

There is a multi-story car park at King's Mall Shopping Centre which closes at 8.30pm (the event will officially finish at 6.30pm). Please see Parkopedia for more suggestions, including private driveways.

How do I get to St Paul's Hammersmith?

St Paul's is served by multiple tube lines and buses. The nearest tube station is Hammersmith, which is on the District, Piccadilly, Circle and Hammermith lines. Primary bus routes are: 9, 10, 27, 33, 72, 190, 209, 211, 220, 266, 267, 283, 295, 391, 419, 485, and H91. Visit National Rail or TFL to help plan your specific route.

Can you recommend somewhere to stay?

We hope that the timings of the day will make it feasible for more delegates to travel to and from the conference in a day. If accommodation is required, we would suggest researching nearby hotels or B&Bs but we cannot make any specific recommendations.