Pilgrims Hall is a place where, over the years, Christians have been able to spend time away in God’s holy presence and experience the transforming power of His Spirit and His Word. It is a place of prayer and proclamation of the gospel of the Kingdom of the Lord Jesus Christ, where the presence of God brings peace, refuge, healing, wholeness and restoration. The most common comments we receive from people are that both the presence of God and the peace of God are here.
Pilgrims Hall was bought in 1968 by Pilgrims Hall Fellowship Limited, a Christian charitable trust where the original vision was to provide a centre for training, teaching and working with local and wider churches in acting as a resource and support for the people of God. Over the past few years God has been bringing greater clarity to the calling we believe He has placed on us in these last days before Jesus returns.
Pilgrims Hall itself is not a church, but comprises of a board of trustees, a leadership team, a group of 'live in' team members and a number of volunteers, all of whom are members of various local churches. However, as a ‘called’ community we do much that could be described as ‘church’ as we seek to share our lives together practically and spiritually on a daily basis. As we do this, we believe that Jesus ministers to all who pass through our doors; it is, after all, His ministry.