The Auckland Prayer Breakfast is the most ethnically diverse, multi-denominational unity event on the Auckland Christian calendar
A Call to Prayer for Auckland
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. Auckland 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.
Pray for our Country
The election and COVID-19
Pray for our Communities
Loneliness and families
Pray for our City
The water crisis and for ethnic inclusion
Pray for our Churches
Unity and influence
Why should you attend?
Together we express our unity in Christ, catch a glimpse of the body of Christ in our City, our region, make new friends and perhaps meet business and community associates whom you never knew were believers enjoy fellowship over a breakfast.
Any person who desires to pray for our different communities that come together in the Auckland, across our region such as business (the professions), politics, ethnic communities, the arts, education, government and those in need.
It’s good to pray at all times and also alone, but there is a place for corporate prayer on occasions such as this. This is a privilege we should not underestimate, to be able to freely gather in this country and to call on our Heavenly Father in prayer.
When Christians from different churches, traditions and denominations come together in unity, ‘that’s where God commands the blessing’.
– Auckland Prayer Breakfast Organisers
Who We Are
Our Team & Leadership
The Auckland Prayer Breakfast is organised by the Auckland Church Leaders, with the support of the New Zealand Christian Network.
Event Finance Manager
Great Revival NZ Prayer Coordinator
Rev Dr Stuart Lange
NZ Christian Network
Kok Soon Lee
Auckland Chinese Churches
Pastor Tavale Matai’a
Warahi H Paki
Hikairo Waikato Tainui descent
Bishop Kito Pikaahu
of Te Tai Tokerau
HRH Princess Mele Siu’ilikutapu
Daughter of Prince Fatafehi Tu’ipelehake
Frequently Asked Questions
What about coffee?
Yes, caffeine will be available! We have asked all venues to organise providing you with your cuppa morning java, tea or hot chockie.
How does this work?
Each venue will provide a combination live event with pre-recorded prayers and messages. Think of it more a prayer meeting than our usual prayer breakfast. There will be more time for prayer and fellowship with others who live or work close to you. Use this as an opportunity to network by inviting others to attend. An invitation has gone out to all churches we have contact details for… Ask them if they got it and encourage them to join us.
Who will be some of the pray-ers?
Early on, we decided to remove the messages and double the prayer…
Jonny Grant, St Pauls Anglican – Water Crisis
Boyd Ratnaraja, Elim Christian Centre South – Ethnic Inclusion
Danielle van Dalen, Maxim Institute – The Election
Dr Stuart Lange, NZ Christian Network – End of Life Choice Act
Ronji Tanielu, Salvation Army – Cannabis Legalisation and Control Bill
Dr Colin McArthur – COVID-19
Won-Kon Bong, Korean Churches – Loneliness
Alana Ramsay, Wilberforce – Families
Capt Monika Clark, Church Army – Influence
Ps Eddie Tupa’i, Seventh Day Adventist – Unity