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exalting Jesus. contending for revival. pursuing the knowledge of God.
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About Glasgow House of Prayer (GHOP)

We are a praying community located in Glasgow, Scotland. We are committed to exalting Jesus, contending for revival and pursuing the knowledge of God through corporate prayer-with-worship meetings, biblical and practical training, and private lives of prayer. We are united by our passion for Jesus, His gospel, His bride, His kingdom and His return.


For from the rising of the sun to its setting my name will be great among the nations, and in every place incense will be offered to my name, and a pure offering. For my name will be great among the nations, says the Lord of hosts.

Malachi 1:11

GHOP meetings

We currently meet at 7pm on Mondays for intercession.
Please check the calendar before you travel.

Monday 7pm Intercession

Prophetic worship and intercession for revival, for awakening in our city and justice across the earth. Confident that God moves when we pray according to His will (1 John 5:14-15), we use the NT prayers of the apostles (“apostolic prayers”) which are focussed on the church being revived and strengthened, Jesus being exalted and the gospel being preached with boldness and power.

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  • St George’s Tron Parish Church, 163 Buchanan Street
    Glasgow G1 2JX, Scotland



St George’s Tron is in the very heart of Glasgow, on Buchanan Street, the city’s main shopping street.

Public Transport

Buchanan Bus Station, Buchanan Street Subway Station, Queen Street Railway Station and Glasgow Central Railway Station are all within walking distance of the church. Plan your journey at or


If you are driving in for an evening meeting there is plenty of free parking. From 6pm, on-street parking spaces in the area are free, and you can also park wherever there is a single yellow line (please double check signs). After 7pm, you can drive in to Nelson Mandela Place (the road which circles the church) and park on the north side of the church.Click here for driving directions.

Please note: before 7pm, Nelson Mandela Place is a ‘bus gate’, with Scotland’s highest-earning bus lane camera and a minimum £30 fine.