What is the New England Prayer Center?
The New England Prayer Center is a center for prayer, hope and healing located in Fairfield County, CT. It is a place that crosses cultural, social, generational and denominational lines. The heart of the NEPC is prayer—helping people draw near to God so they can walk in faith, hope and love.

At the center of it all is the Lord. He is the center of it all.

We desire to bring hope and healing to the people of New England through prayer and connection with God. The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge. Our goal is wholeness in mind, body and spirit, releasing people into the fullness of life for which they are made. We want to see individuals walking out their God-given destiny, shining as lights in this generation.  

The ministry is led by Dan and Gina Blaze, prayer warriors who have given themselves since 2000 to the building up of the prayer center. They are passionate to see Jesus exalted and lives transformed through encountering Him. 

The NEPC is located in lower Easton, at 22 South Park Ave., Easton CT, 06612. It is seconds away from the Merrit Parkway (CT 15), and borders three other towns. The location is accessible and easy for people to reach. 

The prayer center holds regular prayer meetings on Monday evenings @ 7:00 p.m. and monthly Saturday Hope andHealing Days for all. The evenings typically feature a time of worship, prayer and sharing by a guest speaker. We have hosted speakers from all over the globe, each bringing their own gift and knowledge of God. Personal prayer, impartation and ministry often follow. 

Our schedule does vary, please email gina.blaze@newenglandprayercenter.org to ensure that we are meeting. 


 There's nothing more important to God than prayer. We have no greater need—and no greater privilege—than to connect with our Creator. Nestled in the midst of creation, the New England Prayer Center is a God-birthed oasis of serenity, hope, and healing. Carved into a beautiful, 30-acre property in the heart of Fairfield County, the center is set apart for people of all walks of life to encounter the God of Scripture. 
Through regular gatherings, retreats and events, the environment is bathed in prayer—a place where minds can be still, hearts healed and fears released. We welcome you to explore all that the center has to offer. The Lord has done much since we started in 2000, and new chapters are still being written. Come join the journey with us!

In Christ Jesus,

Dan and Gina Blaze 

PS—We are pursuing the purchase of the property from the Town of Easton, and are seeking your partnership to do so. Please read below about how you can support the New England Prayer Center!

“The great people of the earth today are the people who pray! I do not mean those who talk about prayer; nor those who say they believe in prayer; nor those who explain prayer; but I mean those who actually take the time to pray. They do not really have time to pray. It must be taken from something else. That something else is important, very important and pressing, but still, less important and pressing than prayer.

There are people who put prayer first, and group the other items in life schedule around and after prayer. These are the people today who are doing the most for God in winning souls, in solving problems, in awakening churches, in supplying both men and money for mission posts, and in keeping the earth sweet a little while longer.”
~ S.D. Gordon


NEPC Events

Hope and Healing Day - This Saturday January 22nd - email now!
Our team is made up of gifted, mature and dedicated people willing to give their time to pray for those in need of a personal blessing. Appointments are 40 minutes each for people to receive personal prayer for healing physically, emotionally and spiritually please email us for an appointment: phone appointments if necessary.

PEARLS ~ Excerpt from Clean Love
Mysteries are divine secrets. They baffle our understanding and things that can’t be explained leave us in awe. After thousands of years of study, there are profound mysteries in every sphere of life that are still to be discovered. Love is that way. It keeps unfolding its mystery in our lives. There are layers and layers of this strongest force in the world yet to be uncovered.
Natural treasured pearls are formed as a parasite works its way into a clam or oyster. As a defense mechanism, a fluid forms and coats around the irritant. Year after year, layer upon layer of this coating are deposited around the parasite until a lustrous pearl is formed. Believe it or not, love is formed out of the parasite of sin in the heart of man. Year after year layers and layers of the truth of love cover the multitude of sins in the heart of man. Out of that covering come the pearls of love and faithfulness. This necklace of love is bound around the necks of people who have this written statement on the tablet of their hearts: “this life has been paid for by God’s love.” Why? Because God’s love is natural.
What is natural about His love? It’s as natural as any mother loving her child. It’s as natural as any father taking responsibility and wanting to protect his children. It’s as natural as any baby needing milk to survive. We are the heart of the matter to God and as His sons and daughters He wants us to succeed and prosper in everything good—especially love. I heard it said this way:
 When you’re at home in God and He’s at home in you—that’s real love. Simple, clean, and natural.

How You Can Help The New England Prayer Center

Partner with NEPC
The center is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) ministry, and is supported by people who believe in its vision and work. Your partnership is vital to ensuring the center's continued success. We welcome both monthly and one-time gifts to sustain the work of the ministry. No gift is too big or too small!

To give to NEPC, click here:

We are raising capital to purchase the property from the Town of Easton, securing its future. Would you pray about partnering with us? We are seeking written pledges so that we can make the town a firm offer. No pledge is too big or too small. Please email  gina.blaze@newenglandprayercenter.org once you have prayed and determined your pledge. God bless you!

Volunteer Your Time
We have many volunteer opportunities to help with various projects at the center. If you would like to volunteer your time, please email us at contact@newenglandprayercenter.org

New England Prayer Center
22 Park Ave, Easton CT 06612