Annual Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast Held Earlier This Month

The Bermuda Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast is an annual breakfast event held during the month of November near the opening of our Parliamentary session.

It is a part of a network of breakfasts which embraces almost every nation on earth.  Broadly speaking it is intended to hold up the spirit of Jesus of Nazareth.  The Breakfast represents a microcosm of the invitation of Jesus to the entire world.  Invitees focus on the leadership of nations since Jesus’ message is intended for the entirety of the nation and all the nations of the world.

 Included are people from every age, background, culture, race, nationality and religious faith; the richest  of the rich, and the poorest of the poor; the leaders of the world, and the lowly from our prisons; professionals and students; business leaders, and the homeless.  All brought together by the unifying message of JESUS.

Because of Bermuda’s close ties with the United States the Bermuda Prayer Breakfast Committee has always been encouraged by the National Prayer Breakfast held in Washington DC each year since the Eisenhower presidency which hosts some 3,500 guests from around the world.

It is hoped that the praying together of Bermuda’s leadership will result in the building of a Bermuda society that is based on principles that transcend our differences.

This year the Committee celebrated their 54th Breakfast On Friday November 18th, 2022 at the Hamilton Princess bringing together a cross group of leaders. The guest speaker was Rev Cyril Simmons.

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