Christian Helplines/Prayerlines working together to serve others
Key information about each of the helplines.
Chatnow.org provides people with the opportunity to chat anonymously with an approved Christian online - we offer Christian advice, answers, prayer and encouragement through a typed conversation at any time of day or night. If you would like to chat with us go to:
A new web site has been set up for live chat in the current situation.
Crossline Hull 0300 111 0101
Part of the National Christian Helpline
Crossline Hull is a confidential Christian Telephone Helpline. It is manned in Hull every day from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. by trained Christian listeners. Callers, whether Christian or non-Christian, can ring knowing that they will get a sympathetic ear, regardless of their problem - whether their need is loneliness or a spiritual, physical, mental or emotional problem. Since 1998 it has been sharing Jesus's love and compassion to the people of Hull and surrounding areas. Crossline is an active member of the Christian Helplines Association. As part of the National Christian Helpline you can also call at anytime from 9am - Midnight to speak to someone in another part of the country.
Living Light Prayerline
01277 367 118
The Living Light Prayerline is part of the Nationwide Christian Trust which is a UK organisation based at Mulberry House Ongar.We offer retreats and conferences and our aim is to help people find the Lord and strengthen them in their spiritual lives. We offer a confidential Prayerline run by trained volunteers.
There comes a moment in all of our lives when we just need someone to listen, yet we don’t know where to turn.On our Prayer line you will find individuals who understand that life has its stresses and challenges, and that there are times when you need to be anonymous. They will listen and support you as you work towards your own solutions, or as you simple off-load.They will always be ready to pray for you and with you at your request.
Call Living Light prayerline and you will be assured of a warm, caring and non-judgemental approach to your situation. Our staff are trained and experienced and they will help you talk and pray through your issues and support you.
We are open 9.00 am - 5.00 pm Monday through to Friday and have an answering service when the office is closed where messages can be left and then covered in prayer.
Established in 2005, Mercy UK is transforming lives and restoring hope in partnership with local churches. Mercy UK runs free of charge residential homes for young women with life controlling issues such as eating disorders, self-harming and depression, as well as training leaders and 'people-helpers' in the areas of mental health and pastoral leadership.
Mercy UK's non-emergency remote support can offer signposting, guidance, resources and prayer for yourself or someone you may be supporting whether family, friend or church related contact.
Premier Lifeline: the National Christian Helpline 0300 111 0101
Premier Lifeline is a confidential helpline offering a listening ear, someone to talk to, emotional and spiritual support from a Christian perspective, prayer and signposting. The helpline is open 9am to midnight every day of the year.
Premier Lifeline is part of the work of Premier Christian Communications and the Premier Christian Media Trust (reg. charity no. 287610).
Thirtyone:eight (formerly CCPAS) Helpline 24 Hours
0303 003 1111
People often have lots of questions, about what to do in a particular situation, when to take action, and who to report issues to. Our safeguarding helpline is somewhere you can call, anonymously if you wish, to get advice and guidance on these issues and anything relating to safeguarding policy, procedure and practice.
It's staffed by our team of caring and experienced professionals Monday - Friday, 9 am - 5 pm, with an out of hours emergency service for urgent calls.
People that call our safeguarding helpline, get advice and support about a range of concerns, including:
Year on year, the number of calls is increasing and we're helping to protect more people. So, whatever the issue, give us a call. You'll always be listened to, and if we can't help, we'll point you in the direction of someone who can. See here for our commitment to you about the service you can expect form us.
At the end of a call, we will email you a copy of the advice we have given (if you supply an email address), which can be kept by you as a record and stored securely. All advice given by our safeguarding helpline is quality assured and checked for accuracy.
Any information you provide will be stored in our system securely and retained according to statutory and legal responsibilities. Further information can be found in our privacy notice.
In an emergency (especially if someone is in immediate danger of harm) you should always call 999 and ask for the police.
UCB Prayerline 01782 36 3000
UCB Prayerline is all about bringing God into the equation of your life. This confidential service is available to you whoever you are and whatever background you come from. Whatever the issues you are facing, trained Christian volunteers will take your call and pray for you and with you. You might be wondering who calls the Prayerline?
Here are some examples:
the man who is worried about losing his job
the lady who thinks her husband might be cheating on her
the young person who doesn't know what to do next
the lady who is ill and wants to ask God to make her well again
the father who is worried about money and how it will affect his family
the person who wants to know more about what God can do in their life.
Prayerline is not a counselling or advice service, it is about praying to God and asking for His help or even saying thank you to Him for what He has already done.
Current Prayerline opening hours:
Mon- Fri 9am - 10pm
Sat 10am - 8pm
Prayerline is closed on Sundays & Bank Holidays