The United House Of Prayer For All People ®

   of the Church on the Rock of the Apostolic Faith

    The Honorable Bishop C. M. Bailey, Leader

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  • CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The United House of Prayer for All People of the Church on the Rock of the Apostolic Faith (the “United House of Prayer”) is pleased to announce today that it has come to an agreement with the Mecklenburg County (North Carolina) Public Health Department to reopen all eleven of the United House of Prayer’s churches in Mecklenburg County. The agreement is effective immediately. The churches had previously been ordered closed through


    The Coronavirus has struck without prejudice or partiality. It has rocked our families, communities, cities, states, country, and even planet. Our hearts go out to the bereaved and our prayers remain diligent for the sick. As disease, famine, and hardships approach in even greater waves, we remain steadfast and unmovable, holding on to our faith. In some cases, it is all we have left.

  • Bishop Charles Manuel Grace’s vision for the United House of Prayer for All People was for it to be a place of worship that also addressed the critical needs of communities devasted by social and economic injustice. The impact of the church can be seen through community development, enterprise, and improved housing throughout the United States. United House of Prayer has developed thou- sands of multi-family and single-family homes while maintaining affordability in neighbor- hoods across the country.