Hamilton Prayer Breakfast 2021

Hamilton Prayer Breakfast 2021

You are invited to attend and be part of our 3rd Hamilton Prayer Breakfast

Wednesday 1 December | 7.00am-8.45am – doors open from 6.30am | Claudelands
Organised by the Hamilton Pastors and Christian Leaders and NZ Christian Network

A Call to Prayer Hamilton

In the New Testament, we see Jesus and the apostles praying for the Church and we find Paul encouraging the Church to pray for one another and those in authority. Hamilton is a City for God’s glory to prevail through the manifestation of corporate prayer through the Church, we are called to always pray for our City.

The Hamilton Prayer Breakfast will be the most ethnically diverse, multi-denominational unity event on the Hamilton Christian calendar and our Mayor Paula Southgate ha confirmed to attend with our local civic and parliamentary leaders. Last year’s event gathered around 320 people, and many expressed how this year they wanted to invite more. Praise God for His goodness!

 

Auckland Prayer Breakfast 2021

A Call to Pray for Auckland

Auckland Prayer Breakfast started in 2016 and is firmly established as a highlight of the Auckland community calendar. The event brings together like-minded people from all ages, ethnicities, and church denominations in unity, with special guests including the Mayor of Auckland. Participants come with a desire to pray for the peace & prosperity of Auckland / Tāmaki Makaurau, worship God together, and enjoy connecting with one another.

Auckland Prayer Breakfast is hosted by Auckland Church Leaders & the New Zealand Christian Network and supported by a significant number of churches & para-church organisations across the city.

The venue is Zoom… Why you should attend

Unity

Together we express our unity in Christ, be a part of the body of Christ in Auckland / Tāmaki Makaurau, make new friends, and reconnect with existing friends

Compassion

Your heart is for Auckland / Tāmaki Makaurau, for different communities, for those in need, for our civic leaders, for our health & wellbeing, for the beautiful diversity of the city

Freedom

It is good to pray at all times and alone, yet there is also a place for corporate prayer. It’s a privilege to gather freely in Aotearoa, and to call on our Heavenly Father in prayer

Frequently Asked Questions

What will we be praying for?

The four prayer topics are important ones for our city:

  • Church unity & evangelism
  • Poverty
  • Mental health & wellbeing
  • Local & central government

How can we have a prayer breakfast on Zoom?

The main purpose of the prayer breakfast is to gather people to pray –  Zoom is simply the ‘venue’. We will follow a similar format to previous years but, instead of praying with others around the table, you’ll do so in, what Zoom calls, ‘breakout rooms’.

As for breakfast, it’s on you! After the meeting officially closes, we will open more breakout rooms for people to meet up online over breakfast.

Think of this as a large, online prayer Meetup.

Can I register multiple people?

Not really… Every registration requires a unique email. You can get around this by sitting beside each other on the sofa though!

Does it cost anything?

No, it’s absolutely free, but you do have to register to get the Zoom link. It will be sent out prior to the event after we know how many meeting links we need to set up to meet the demand.

REGISTER FOR FREE

Breakthrough Prayer for NZ

On Saturday 26th June, from 9 am-9 pm, we are asking all church leaders and their prayer warriors to join us for 12 hours of intercession, worship, and intercession for New Zealand.

It’s our desire to see the nation saved, the church revived and people restored to the promises and call of God in their lives. You may choose to join for an hour or whole day – we welcome you to participate in this day.

In the evening we will be running 6:30 pm-9 pm praise, worship, and prayer with combined churches and ask you to join us too…

Unite as one church, one city, and cover the nation in Breakthrough Prayer. 9 am to 9 pm, Saturday 26th June, Victory Christian Church, Freemans Bay.

For more information please go to Hope NZ on Facebook or Instagram.