Events & workshops
All are welcome to come and explore drawing closer to God through movement and dance. Each evening will include biblical teaching and the opportunity to move & dance.
No prior experience needed.
Bring water to stay hydrated, comfortable clothes and an open heart :)
In light of the current situation, Heaven's Heartbeat events for 2020 are CANCELLED.
Saturday 11th July 2020 - CANCELLED
11:00am - 2:00pm (Doors open 10:45am)
Cost: £7 pay at the door
Friday 13th November 2020 - CANCELLED
8:00pm – 9:30pm (Doors open 7:45pm)
Cost: £5 pay at the door
Wimbledon Congregational Church
15 Dundonald Road
London SW19 3QH
Nearest train station: Wimbledon (8-10 min walk)
Street parking available
Heaven's Heartbeat meetings is a safe place to:
*explore movement, dance and creativity in prayer and worship
* release heaven's moves on earth
*receive teaching and equipping
*build community and fellowship
Anna O Harrison is the founder of Heaven’s Heartbeat. She has over 10 years experience training, teaching and participating in creativity, movement and dance. Anna is the coordinator for the International Christian Dance Fellowship’s network ‘Movement in Prayer’.
Movement & Dance
A safe place to explore movement and dance in prayer & worship.
Drawing closer, moving deeper through meaningful movement, dance, fellowship and Creator’s creativity.
Prayer Walk 4 women
Prayer Walk 4 Women is an annual event
Saturday 1st August 2020
10:00 – 12:00
Meeting outside Hyde Park station at 9:45
Open to all – men, women and children.
Walking & praying God’s perfect will for women in the UK and worldwide.
MEETING POINT: 9:45am. Hyde Park Corner underground tube station. Exit 1, left. Wait by the underground station sign right outside the station near bus stop 'w'.
The vision was birthed from a deep sadness and tugging inside caused by the injustice many women were facing in the UK and worldwide. Prayer Walk for Women was launched during a time when it became very real to me that women were sex slaves in my city (London); women were imprisoned in their homes, being abused and mistreated in my city. There was an awareness that it happened in other countries, which equally saddened me but the rawness of it being so close propelled me to action - pray.
I started loosely thinking about the process of movement, how simple it is, and yes that it includes walking. There is something about moving and praying that is so effective and precious. For me, particularly prayer walking shows intent, faith, authority of the believer, taking ground for the Kingdom of God and exercising the freedom we have - just to name a few.
"Good morning Thank you for arranging Walk for Women. My friend's name was lifted up and prayed for during the walk. I believe this also contributed to the safe delivery of her baby." [Participant 2018]
Saturday 28th January 2012 - Hyde Park, London
August 2012 - Crystal Palace Park, London
Saturday 12th August 2017 - Hyde Park, London
Saturday 4th August 2018 - Hyde Park, London
Saturday 3rd August 2019 - Surrey