Langley Hall: Time to take the land
Updated: Mar 6, 2020
Saddle up Lighthorsemen – we are in for quite a ride! In total submission to the will of the Lord!
Langley Hall - the Grand old "Bishop's Palace" in Bendigo - which was up for sale is now destined for a glorious new day. The Lord has said He wants to possess Langley Hall, 24/7!
Speaking first at Kingsgate Haven on Kangaroo Island on 10 October 2019 amongst a gathering of 54 watchmen from Australia and the South Pacific, the Lord put Langley Hall and Bendigo back on the spiritual map as the assembly sensed the historical and spiritual importance of Bendigo for Australia and the region. The Lord specifically instructed us then that AHOPFAN was to purchase Langley Hall as a strategic national and international centre for worship, prayer, study, training and resourcing intercessory prayer.
This took us all by surprise! Yet we have followed His lead, and amazingly the current owners have in faith agreed to withdraw the property from auction and public sale in favour of giving AHOPFAN until March to raise funds and finalise the purchase of Langley Hall with all its contents.
It took some weeks to reach an agreed price and settlement date, but in the end, they asked for $2.47 million (down from $2.9 million), and suddenly we realised that the Lord was confirming His desire to be present with His people in His “Palace” 24/7.
Langley Hall was built on a large block in 1904 for Jenny Hagger's great grandfather, Henry Archdall Langley, the first Anglican Bishop of Bendigo who sought to work in unity with all Christians to spread the gospel and train people in prophetic ministry.
Today, the property includes the original 15 room mansion, the attached Langley Manor (1936) and a Chapel (added in the 1940s) and has been beautifully maintained as one of Bendigo’s most desirable B&B’s.
We are now inviting the Body of Christ to join us in taking possession of Langley Hall for the Lord’s Kingdom purposes. We are asking you for your prayers and support in this strategic national assignment.
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