2019 National Christian Leadership Dinner

2019 National Christian Leadership Dinner

May 1, 2019 from 17h30 to 21h30

The Annual Christian Leadership Dinner is another event organized by the Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast Group as a part of the National Prayer Breakfast festivities. It has been taking place almost as long as the breakfast itself. The purpose of the dinner was originally to extend a courtesy to those travelling from out of town to attend the Breakfast. It has now evolved into an event that compliments the National Prayer Breakfast.

“Making Headlines” with Michael Suderman

“Making Headlines” with Michael Suderman

April 9, 2019

We live in a time when public failure often leads to defamation. Misdeeds, whether past or present, start trending in social media headlines. Apologies are minimized and dismissed out of skepticism and distrust. In such a toxic environment, is it even possible to become agents of reconciliation and restoration? If so, how?

35th Annual Christmas Dinner: “The Certainty of Uncertainty” with Don and Fay Simmonds

35th Annual Christmas Dinner: “The Certainty of Uncertainty” with Don and Fay Simmonds

November 26, 2018

“The Certainty of Uncertainty” with Mr. Don and Mrs. Fay Simmonds

Uncertainty strikes all of us. For Don and Fay Simmonds it came in the words “liver failure.” They spoke about their life and death battle and their search for certainty in life’s most uncertain moments. There is much to celebrate!

The annual Christmas Dinner is the highlight of the Christian Embassy’s year. This year we welcomed over 200 diplomats, parliamentarians and business leaders, representing 55 nations.

The festive evening allows busy leaders and their spouses to relax, network and enjoy special music and meaningful reminders of the season. Diplomats appreciate what is often a first opportunity to experience Canadian Christmas traditions.

Parliamentary Perspectives Roundtable for New Ambassadors to Canada

Parliamentary Perspectives Roundtable for New Ambassadors to Canada

September 27, 2018 from 12h00 to 13h30

Are you an Ambassador to Canada who has arrived in the last 12 months? Come gain valuable parliamentary perspective from two experienced members of Parliament and Shadow Ministers: Mr. Dean Allison, Shadow Minister for International Trade; and The Honourable Erin O’Toole, Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Development. They will give you insights into the priorities of their portfolios, as well as giving a brief overview of topics, including:

– Functioning of the Canadian Parliament
– Overview of typical MP schedule
– Effective communication with parliamentarians
– Their motivation to engage in federal politics