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Frequently Asked Questions | Prayer School

What is Prayer School?
Prayer School is an outreach of Rhema's Prayer and Healing Center. Its primary purpose is to teach Rhema Bible Training College students—and others who attend—how to pray. As Kenneth E. Hagin intended when Prayer School opened its doors in 1979, this is done by both precept and example. Not only are Prayer School attendees taught how to pray, but they actually pray.

What happens in a typical Prayer School service?
Prayer School begins with amazing praise and worship from the Prayer School band. Next comes teaching on prayer or a related topic, followed by corporate or individual prayer. As the Holy Spirit leads, this may vary from day to day.

How much does it cost to attend Prayer School?
Prayer School is offered free of charge.

Who can attend Prayer School?
Prayer School is open to Rhema Bible Training College students and to the general public.

When is Prayer School held?
Prayer School is held Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from September to May. It is held from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. in Student Development Center 1 on the Rhema campus.

Do you provide child care?
We do not provide nursery or child care during Prayer School services.

Is there a dress code for attending Prayer School?
No. We just ask that you dress modestly.

Do I need to register?
No. You do not need to register for Prayer School. Simply show up.