52nd National Prayer Breakfast: HE the Right Honourable David Johnston

52nd National Prayer Breakfast: HE the Right Honourable David Johnston

May 18, 2017

The National Prayer Breakfast is an annual event held in Ottawa under the authority of the speakers of the Senate and the House of Commons and is organized by a group of volunteers. This year’s breakfast features an address by Governor General David Johnston. The theme of this year’s event is “He shall have dominion also from sea to sea.” (Psalms 72:8)

52nd National Prayer Breakfast: HE the Right Honourable David Johnston

National Prayer Leadership Dinner

May 17, 2017 from 18h30 to 21h30

The National Prayer Leadership Dinner is an annual ecumenical event held in Ottawa inviting leaders to come together for an inspirational message, music and the opportunity to pray together. The dinner is offered under the auspices of the speakers of the Senate and the House of Commons and is organized by a group of volunteers.

“Letting Your Voice Be Heard in Heaven” with Dr. Barry Black

“Letting Your Voice Be Heard in Heaven” with Dr. Barry Black

February 2, 2017

U.S. Senate Chaplain and Rear Admiral Barry Black, keynote speaker for the National Prayer Breakfast held in Washington, DC on Thursday, February 2, 2017, spoke on “Letting Your Voice be Heard in Heaven”. His challenge was to pray for all people and particularly for those who govern.

Ottawa Civic Prayer Breakfast: “Who is my Neighbour?”

Ottawa Civic Prayer Breakfast: “Who is my Neighbour?”

October 28, 2016 from 7h15-9h00

The Ottawa Civic Prayer Breakfast is one of more than 50 gatherings across Canada in which community leaders honour and pray for the mayor, city councillors, police and emergency responders. Leaders come together to celebrate under the banner “Who Is My Neighbour?” because the Scriptures suggest that we love our neighbour as ourselves. 

52nd National Prayer Breakfast: HE the Right Honourable David Johnston

“Our Faithful God” with Jonathan Aitken

May 19, 2016

The National Prayer Breakfast is an annual event held in Ottawa under the authority of the speakers of the Senate and the House of Commons and is organized by a group of volunteers. This year’s breakfast featured an address by former British Cabinet Minister Jonathan Aitken. The theme of this year’s event was “Our Faithful God.”