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Auckland Prayer Breakfast is an annual event, drawing people from all over Auckland / Tāmaki Makaurau together in unity to pray for the city. You’re invited!

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.

Thursday 18 November 2021

At Level 1 – North Lounge, Eden Park

At Levels 2, 3 & 4 – Online

The venue will be confirmed closer to the event.
Tickets go on sale mid-October and will be fully refunded if the event is online.

Pray into local & central governance

Pray into church unity & evangelism

Pray into poverty

Pray into mental health

Why should you attend?

Unity

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.

Compassion

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.

Freedom

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

Jonathan Dove

Jonathan Dove

Event Chair

Sanjai Kandregula

Sanjai Kandregula

Event Director

Gayann Phillips

Gayann Phillips

Event Administrator

Robert Murray

Robert Murray

Event Finance Manager

Roshan Alpress

Roshan Alpress

Laidlaw College

Won-Kon Bong

Won-Kon Bong

Great Revival NZ Prayer Coordinator

 Rev Dr Stuart Lange

Rev Dr Stuart Lange

NZ Christian Network

Kok Soon Lee

Kok Soon Lee

Auckland Chinese Churches

Pastor Tavale Matai’a

Pastor Tavale Matai’a

Promise Keepers

Warahi H Paki

Warahi H Paki

Hikairo Waikato Tainui descent

Bishop Kito Pikaahu

Bishop Kito Pikaahu

of Te Tai Tokerau

HRH Princess Mele Siu’ilikutapu

HRH Princess Mele Siu’ilikutapu

Daughter of Prince Fatafehi Tu’ipelehake

F.A.Q.

Frequently Asked Questions

What if we are in lockdown?

Regardless of what level Auckland / Tāmaki Makaurau is at, the event will take place on Thursday 18 November! If we’re at Level 2, 3 or 4, the event will go ahead via Zoom. But at Level 1, we’ll be at Eden Park, again with appropriate COVID regulations in place.

How much do tickets cost?

Tickets are $15 per person. This will get you a light breakfast, a coffee or other hot drink, a programme, and a fantastic morning!

Can I buy multiple tickets at once?

Yes! You can buy tickets for your friends or church to attend.

When do tickets go on sale?

Tickets go on sale mid-October.

Will tickets be refunded if the event is online?

Yes, if the Auckland Prayer Breakfast goes online, you’ll be offered a 100% refund on your ticket. You can enjoy making a hot cuppa and brekky at home that day while praying!

What will we be praying for?

The four prayer topics will be important ones for our city:

  • Church unity, growth & evangelism
  • Poverty
  • Mental health
  • Local & central government

What else will happen during the Breakfast?

We’ll worship together, hear from Mayor Phil Goff, and enjoy plenty of time to connect with new & old friends, either in person or Zoom breakout rooms. We’re setting things up diffentlly this year to encourage people to make connections. Think of it as a large prayer Meetup.

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