GOD TV Building
Originally opening in 1931, as Odeon Cinema, GOD TV purchased this site in 2004. On January 7, 2014, The Herald reported that GOD TV had recently secured a 25-year lease on the Millennium Complex in Union Street, Plymouth, which was to be turned into the GOD TV Revival Prayer Centre. The building was gutted and planning permission granted from Plymouth City Council.
“We’re inspired by the regeneration happening in Plymouth, and God has given us the ideal building to serve both the local community and our global audience,” said Rory Alec, GOD TV’s CEO. “We now want our viewers to share in the consecration of the building, setting it apart for God’s purposes, before structural work commences.”
The building was previously Millenium nightclub, and was predicted to cost between £5-7 million to convert into a 1,400-seater conference venue. The completion date for the Revival Centre was set for October 1, 2014, but the date was pushed back to 2015.
Benny Hinn “consecrated” the Revival Prayer Centre at the Plymouth Pavilions on January 30th, 2014.
Since, GOD TV have been ordered by the council to tidy up. Although externally the building has been re-boarded and painted, there is little evidence to show any progress inside the building.