Tasmanian Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast

Wednesday, 23 November, 2022

6.30 am for a 6.45 am start

Our 2022 Guest Speaker: Robyn Moore, AM

Robyn Moore has been one of Australia’s most in-demand speakers for almost 30 years. A passionate Tasmanian, she began her career as an Educator, then explored her love of recording and entertainment in Sydney, becoming Australia’s most versatile Voice-Over artist in iconic commercials, award-winning syndicated radio comedy and in animation series, seen around the world.

Robyn and her husband moved back to Tasmania in 1992 so their 2 sons would enjoy the lifestyle they had loved as children and her Speaking Career began in 1993.  Robyn’s unique understanding of “The Power of the Word” and effective communication skills, enable her to create highly entertaining, inspiring and life-changing presentations, all woven together with stories from her fascinating life experiences, her Charity work (including 30 years as National Patron of Make-A-Wish), and the meaningful philosophical distinctions and spirituality she lives every day!

Robyn has delivered many thousands of presentations at National and International Conferences and Events. She calls herself a “RE-MINDAVATOR” rather than a Motivational Speaker and was recently recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list with an AM for services to the performing Arts and to Charitable Organisations.

Professor Patrick Parkinson

Prayer in the city’s heart

The Tasmanian Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast brings together like-minded people from across Tasmania to pray for our State, our leaders, parliamentarians, businesses, schools, communities, and community organisations; our families, youth, and children. In the name of Jesus, we ask God to grant us the will and wisdom, the creativity and strength we need to care well for each other and to see Tasmania flourish in every dimension. Join us for this special moment of unity and humility.

Unique networking moment

Rarely does such a cross section of leaders from government, business, community, education, media, and the church gather in one place to express their thanks to God for the past and ask His blessing on the future. So once a year at the Parliamentary Breakfast we provide a special time to acknowledge one another, to connect with each other, and to be encouraged together.

Speakers with integrity

Each year, a recognised public figure who has made a significant professional and leadership contribution is a guest speaker at the breakfast. By sharing something of the story of their lives, each speaker brings something unique of the impact of their upbringing, experience and faith has had on their life and leadership.