Next Breakfast: 11 Jun 2025 at the ICC
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Welcome to the
Sydney Prayer Breakfast

The Sydney Prayer Breakfast has had a long history in Sydney but had ceased to exist for several years. A group gathered to recreate this annual event for the CBD of Sydney. The first gathering of the newly constituted breakfast met in 2010 with around 400 people in attendance and it has continued to grow each year.

Many people choose to purchase a table of 10, however individual seats are also available.


The Sydney Prayer Breakfast leadership team are looking forward to hosting the 2024 event in the Grand Ballroom at the spacious International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney. We are hoping for a gathering of 1700 people coming together to pray.


Speakers at the breakfasts have included leaders such as Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione, Governor General David Hurley, Vice-Chancellor of Sydney University Michael Spence, the then Reserve Bank governor Glen Stevens and recently retired NSW Premier Mike Baird. In 2022 NSW Premier Chris Minns, then Leader of the Opposition, led in prayer for Civic and Church leaders. A testament to the importance of the breakfast is that these speakers, in most years, have continued to attend the breakfasts to be a part of this significant annual gathering.

Our guest speaker for 2024 is Dr Andrew Browning AM. Andrew is an Australian trained obstetrician and gynaecologist who has worked extensively in east Africa, particularly with Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia. His desire is to see free maternal healthcare available Africa-wide; most commonly repair, and ideally prevention of fistula and other injuries caused by obstructed labour.

We are delighted to welcome Andrew and look forward to hearing how he seeks to honour Christ in his work, as inspired by Micah 6:8 “And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.”

What people are saying about the breakfast:

"Absolutely superb. Congratulations to all concerned. The speech was exceptional. I will pray more fervently for Sydney and it’s people as a result"