56th Annual Calgary Prayer Breakfast, 1968 - 2024

Save the Date

7:00am - 9:00am

Thursday, October 17, 2024

The New BMO Convention Centre

20 Roundup Way SE

2024 Keynote Speaker will be…

Vishal Mangalwadi

Social reformer, author, and Christian philosopher

Vishal was born and educated in India and began serving India’s destitute in his twenties.

When High Caste opponents burnt down his community and attempted to murder and imprison him on politically motivated charges, Vishal determined that he needed to study and learn how the West eradicated chronic poverty and built just, free, and prosperous societies.

Vishal Mangalwadi has lectured in 40 countries, many universities, and to Parliamentarians in the UK, Germany, Brazil, Columbia, Uganda, and India. He has written over 21 books including: The Book that Made Your World: How the Bible Created the Soul of Western Civilization (2011).

Tickets will be available starting in May. An announcement will be sent out.

The Calgary Leadership Prayer Breakfast serves as a way to publicly affirm our faith in God through prayer and testimony.

Keynote Addresses from Past Calgary Leadership Prayer Breakfasts

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Purpose

The Calgary Prayer Breakfast affirms our faith in God through prayer, testimony, scripture reading, and fellowship

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Yearly Breakfast

The Annual Calgary Prayer Breakfast – formerly known as the "Mayor's Prayer Breakfast" – was founded in 1968

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Weekly Breakfast

We cordially invite you to join us for our weekly prayer breakfast every Thursday morning from 7am to 8:15am

Calgary's "Mayor's Prayer Breakfast" was founded in 1968.

The original group represented community, government, and industry. The breakfast has grown through the years but the motivation has always been the same: To declare a belief that only Jesus Christ can meet the needs of the human heart and that God’s wisdom and help is needed to be effective leaders in our world.

"For where two or three are gathered together in My name, there am I in the midst of them."

(Matthew 18:18-19)