Tasmanian Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast

Wednesday 30 October, 2019 | Registrations are now closed. Please contact Susan on 0407 499 456.

6.45am for a 7am start


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. But once a year at the Parliamentary Breakfast we do providing a special moment to acknowledge one another, to connect with each another and to be encouraged by our presence.

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.

This year’s speaker: John Zeckendorf – Tasmanian Entrepreneur

From the Premier – Will Hodgman

The Tasmanian Prayer Breakfast gives us an opportunity to connect as a community, and be inspired by the collective values of those seeking to improve the lives and wellbeing of Tasmanians.

It is a heartening moment of unity, where Members of Parliament, the church, business and wider community come together to offer one another encouragement and support.

Regardless of denomination, prayer is a universal way to provide inspiration and comfort.

We take comfort that our mutual endeavours to make Tasmania a better place are buoyed by the prayers of our faith community.

The Tasmanian Prayer Breakfast gives pause to consider the importance of being thankful for what we have and acknowledging those in need.

I would like to thank the church community for their continued engagement with members of parliament, for their prayers and ongoing support.

Will Hodgman MP
Premier of Tasmania