House of Prayer are excited to be hosting the WTC Hub for the West Midlands. We strongly believe in facilitating Biblical studies that equip God’s people with a solid foundation for their Christian walk and prepares them for serving in whatever form of ministry they are called to.
Students at this Hub benefit from the structured and interactive study format, primarily in their personal relationship with the Lord, and that seeds will be sown into local and regional churches that will bear Kingdom fruit for many years to come.
The West Midlands Hub meets on a Tuesday evening between 6 and 10pm.
Accessibility: The Hub location is up stairs and at present there is no alternative access. If more information is required, please email:
Click Here to find out more about the Kingdom Theology Event with Kate Coleman on 20th May 2018!
Jane Newey is the hub director for the West Midlands. As well as her new role with WTC, Jane is England Coordinator for Pray for Schools (PFS). Since taking on this PFS role five years ago, Jane writes termly newsletters and uses social media to encourage others to pray for their local school. There are approximately 600 prayer groups around the country and an estimated 2000+ schools prayed for www.prayforschools.org. Jane is part of Shropshire Hope, and her local Christian Fellowship and enjoys networking with other Christians and attending conferences.
She is passionate about Fairtrade and helps run a Fair Trade Market Stall selling Traidcraft produce and Just Cards as well as Christian resources for her town. She is married to Roger and they have 2 children who are currently both at university. Jane has a BSc in Chemistry from Southampton University and enjoys reading. She lives in Shropshire and enjoys swimming, cycling and walking and is a member of Shropshire Wildlife Trust.
8-10 Duke Street
The Duke Street premises are about half way between the Halifax bank and Hill’s Butchers, and on the same side. The entrance, with stairs to the first floor, can be found next to the Saffron Indian Takeaway.
From either the West or East of Telford/Wellington take the A5/M54 exiting at Junction 7 onto Holyhead Rd (B5061). Take the first left into Haygate Road and follow until the T-junction turning left into Bridge Road and then immediate right into Rowland Gate (the service road for Wellington markets). There is usually parking available at the end, either in the loading area or in a walled courtyard.
From the South follow the A442 from Bridgnorth exiting at the interchange with the A5 taking the second exit onto the A5 Rampart Way for the M54. Take the third exit at the next roundabout onto the M54 West and proceed as above.
From the North use the A442 until the first roundabout taking the second exit onto the A5223 Whitchurch Drive. Take the fourth exit at the next roundabout onto Apley Avenue then first exit at the mini roundabout onto Whitchurch Road. Take the fourth turning on the right into Vineyard Road and then first left into Church Street following it around (narrow sharp right bend near the bottom) and you will find free car-parking on the right just before the traffic lights.
In addition to the parking at the end of Rowland Gate there is free parking off Victoria Road (short and long stay). Turn right at the end of Haygate Road and follow signs for Swimming Pool. From here it is a short walk down past the Library/Swimming Pool complex crossing Walker Street to the pedestrianised zone, first left into Duke Street at the Halifax from where the entrance can be found about half way down.
For those who are able to use a train service, from Wellington station turn left at the end of Station Road, through the town square and into Duke Street (just up past Hill’s Butchers).