The Eternal Wall of Prayer

A new national landmark which aims to profile a million answered prayers has been given the go ahead to be built on a site near Coleshill on the outskirts of Birmingham. The Eternal Wall of Answered Prayer,  will stand at 169 feet and is expected to attract 300,000 visitors each year.

The £9.3 million iconic ‘eternal’ arch structure will be constructed using one million bricks with each representing individual prayers that have been answered for people across the country. In addition, using interactive technology and a bespoke app, visitors will be able to use their smart device, holding it against any brick to read the individual answered prayers and the personal stories behind them. Chief Exceutive of the project Richard Gamble, spoke with Rachel Matthews and Andrew Philips on Faith Hope and Love earlier this week,  clarifying why he choose to Birmingham as a place to build the wall?

 if you would like to share your story of answered prayer or would like to find out more, you can visit their website at

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