About Us

We are dedicated to :   Expanding Prayer, Praise, and Worship in the White Mountains
 
The God we serve and love is worthy of the praise and adoration of every heart in the White Mountains!  We long to see prayer, praise and worship expand exponentially both in quantity and depth. It is prayer that leads to increased faith and joy!   

What is a "House of Prayer"? 
Check out the FAQ's at the

International House of Prayer website.

 

Who/What is WMHOP?

 

The White Mountain House of Prayer

is NOT  a "church" but rather a group

of individuals  from  many  different

Christian fellowships who have a

common belief in the power of God

through personal and community prayer.

 

What We Believe

Profession of Faith
We hold to the Nicene creed in as much as it is considered to be a touchstone of the true Christian faith.

 

Personal  Relationship
We believe that God speaks and moves in the lives of individual  people

(Jn 14:21) and that He gives personal instruction for the building of our faith in Him.  

 

Corporate Relationship
We believe that God speaks and moves in His Church and that He calls us, as His body (1 Corinthians 12:12-27), to specific paths or tasks for the furtherance of His kingdom.  (See the Exodus) It is in this shared place of prayer and worship that we find God’s strength and plan for the White Mountains. 

Purpose Statement

 

Plainly stated, our purpose (or mission) is to:

 

Expand United Prayer, Praise, and Worship in the White Mountains.

 

At first this may seem simplistic but, we believe this speaks to the core of our existence - a life giving, vibrant connection with The One who was, and is, and is to come. (Revelation 4:8)   He, the Creator God of the Bible, in His fullness  - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit - is the very reason for our very existence.  (see: "what we believe")

 

We do not pursue this "purpose" to the exclusion of the "Great Commission" (Matthew 28:19-20) but rather as the right response to the God of Love who will bring about His kingdom through His divine intervention and His Bride's acts of worship as He instructs us through prayer.