Mr David Smith, MP and Senator Matt O’Sullivan, co-chairs of the Parliamentary Christian Fellowship, would like to extend a warm welcome for you to join the 33rd Australian National Prayer Breakfast!
This will be a great opportunity to pray for our leaders and for the wellbeing of all people throughout this great land.
Registrations are now open for you to join in person or via live-stream.
Monday 28 November, 2022, 7:15am (AEDT)
|When||Monday 28 November 2022|
|7:15am (AEDT) start or available for later viewing|
|Where||In person at Parliament House, Canberra or via live-stream|
|Cost||Early bird price (available until 23/09): $50/person|
|Regular price: $55/person|
We will again be privileged to hear messages from national dignitaries, Members of Parliament, Senators and other civic leaders, as well as our guest speaker, Peter Gibbs (bio below), who will be sharing how God has been at work in his life including through his experience of growing up on a mission, poverty struggles and the death of his sister in police custody.
We will uphold in prayer all our leaders in their demanding roles of service for the common good of our nation and all her diverse communities. We will pray that men and women in public service will discover a new strength through the friendship and care of the followers of Jesus Christ. Our prayer is that they will know God’s wisdom and strength in all their work.
We really encourage you to join us for what will be a memorable experience gathering in the Father’s name across our great nation.
2022 Keynote Speaker: Peter Gibbs
Mr Peter Gibbs or ‘Chicka’ is a Gamillaroi man from the community of Weilmoringle in far West New South Wales. He has extensive experience in community development and was instrumental in the establishment of The Indigenous Police Recruitment Our Way Delivery Program (IPROWD), a training model to develop First Nations Australians for a career with the NSW Police Force. Peter has developed partnerships with business, the philanthropic sector and government agencies implementing innovative strategies aimed at improving life outcomes. Peter’s coming to Christ has led him from violence to faith and from despair to hope.