Prayer Room

Prayer room – OPEN 24/7 for all ages, all churches, all people.

For six months (from Jan 2020!) we’ve all been gifted a space to pray in the centre the County town of Somerset, Taunton.

We’re not seeking to fill slots for the sake of filling up a calendar but simply there is an opportunity for anyone across the region to spend some time with Jesus. If you are hungry for more of God, book out a slot or join in one of the open prayer times.

Any questions do contact one of the 24/7 team: Steve Reed, Pat Delling-Williams, Chris Sampson, Sam Burton, Kate Solanki, Marion Hawkins or contact Awaken.

24/7 Prayer Room

Info about the prayer room:

How to book?

  1. If you’ve not signed up for a slot before we’d like to meet you and show you around and how to gain access, you can meet Chris Sampson, Steve Reed, Pat Delling-Williams, Sam Burton, Kate Solanki or Marion Hawkins at one of the open prayer slots or at Pursuit  at Riverside. You can also email awakensomerset@gmail.com.
  2. Once you’ve had the intro you can sign up here: http://www.24-7prayer.com/signup/cbe735
  3. All prayer slots are just for you, although if you wish to invite some praying friends to join with you that is fine. The reason it’s exclusive to you is down to safeguarding to make sure everyone is safe.

Can I run an open prayer slot for anyone to come to?

If you wish to invite some people to your prayer slots, that’s fine, but if you’d like it to be listed on the 24/7 prayer website there needs to be a minimum of two people running the session for safeguarding reasons, then let us know the time, day & theme and we’ll add it email:


Where is the prayer room?

4 Lower Middle Street, Taunton


How can I get to the location?

You can drive: There is limited street parking which is free after 6pm and before 8am. Canon Street carpark is also close by.

Bus: It’s a 5min walk from Taunton bus station

Train: It’s around 10mins walk from Taunton train station.


How accessible is the prayer room?

The main prayer space is a step up to a higher level, a wheelchair can be lifted up with help. Due to the length needed for a ramp we can’t put one in as it would be too steep to fit in the space. Toilets and sink is only accessible by stairs.


What facilitates are there?

There is a toilet, small sink, toaster and kettle with some supplies of tea and coffee. This is all accessible via a stairway, please take care on the stairs. There are also toilets at the Castle, Sainsbury, Morrisons and other central shops.