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National Prayer Breakfast

 2014 National Prayer Breakfast


The National Prayer Breakfast is a significant event in the Australian Parliamentary Year. We believe it is important that members of the parliament pause and join with other leaders in the nation to seek the wisdom and counsel of God.

The National Prayer Breakfast is hosted by the Parliamentary Christian Fellowship with the support of a small organising committee. Since 1982 it has been recognised as a unique forum for national leaders to come together to pray for our nation, national issues and for one another as national leaders.

The National Prayer Breakfast is a non-partisan, non-political event. The program is designed to bring encouragement, edification and thought provoking insight for national leaders.



National Prayer Breakfast Guest Speaker:

Monday 27th October

 Dr Michael Spence, Vice Chancellor and Principal, University of Sydney 


Welcome Service Guest Speaker:

Sunday 26th October

Archbishop Christopher Prowse, Catholic Archbishop of Canberra and Goulburn Archdiocese.


We look forward to welcoming you to this year’s Breakfast and associated events!

Cost: $120 individual, or $115 when booked as part of a group booking (8 tickets)


TICKET DEADLINE EXTENDED: Book your ticket now to avoid disappointment! 

For further enquires please contact Kate on 08 8205 1040

 2014 Program of Events:
Date: Time: Event: Venue: Description:
Sunday 26 October       5.00pm Afternoon Tea and Event Registration          

Great Hall, Parliament House

5.30pm Welcome Service

Great Hall, Parliament House

The Welcome Service is held the evening before the National Prayer Breakfast for all guests. It is an opportunity to join together in worship, prayer and sharing of the Word prior to the main event the following morning.                                      

Monday 27 October     6.30am for 7.00am National Prayer Breakfast

Great Hall, Parliament House

Address by Dr Michael Spence, Vice Chancellor and Principal of the University of Sydney; Dr Spence will be sharing some of his personal insights into leadership.

9.00am Seminar

Theatre, Parliament House

Address by Mr Ken Duncan; Mr Duncan will speak on his work as a renowned photographer and introduce his current project undertaken in partnership with remote Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory.

10.00am Morning Tea

Theatre Foyer, Parliament House


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Please note: In the event of cancellation, the Parliamentary Christian Fellowship will return 75% of the individual ticket price, retaining 25% to cover other associated administration costs.

Event Organiser: Parliamentary Christian Fellowship, 08 8205 1040;

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