The most ethnically diverse, multi-denominational unity event on the Auckland Christian Calendar
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What is the Auckland Prayer Breakfast?
The Auckland Prayer Breakfast is part of a growing, global city prayer breakfast movement and is the first of its kind in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Organised by the Auckland Church Leaders Meeting and New Zealand Christian Network since 2016, this event continues to grow with the support of a commited organising committee, oversight group and key sponsors.
Who should attend?
Any person who desires to pray for the different communities that come together in the Auckland area such as business (the professions), politics, the arts and those in need.
We believe that you will be greatly encouraged in your faith by participating in the breakfast.
It’s good to pray at all times and also alone, but there is a place for corporate prayer on occasions such as this.
It 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.
At the breakfast, you will make new friends meeting people from all walks of life including business people, educators, church leaders and new believers.
You will learn of opportunities to keep connected in the city and to connect others to Christ.
Auckland Church Leaders and NZ Christian Network have been the organisers of the Auckland Prayer Breakfast since 2016. This annual event continues to grow with the support of a committed organising committee, oversight group and key sponsors.
(09) 525 0949 weekdays 1-3pm
NZ Christian Network
October 2018 TBC
Rev Dr Richard Waugh QSM has been involved in fulltime ministry in Auckland since the 1980s and has chaired the Auckland Church Leaders Meeting (all denominations) since 2009. He has been involved in much church planting, is founding senior minister of East City Wesleyan Church in Botany and serves as National Superintendent of the Wesleyan Methodist Church of New Zealand. Richard also leads the National Church Leaders Meeting which meets in Wellington and has extensive community ministry in the community, including writing and publishing, aviation chaplaincy, and event organising. He is married to Jane, an architect, and they have three adult children.
Sanjai Kandregula is a Senior Pastor of CityChurch Waitakere and he is also an Executive Presbyter with the Assemblies of God in NZ (A/G NZ). His heart is to see the local church mobilized to impact their local community. In 2014 he launched As One NZ with a dream to bring the local churches together in unity through prayer and worship. The last two years has seen over 60 00 people attend across denominations in West Auckland. He is married to Sunitha and they have two sons who also carry the same heart and passion for Jesus.
Gayann Phillips is the General Manager of NZ Christian Network, where she pursues her passion for building unity within the church by enabling communication within the network. Gayann immigrated to New Zealand from Canada in 1987 and has lived in Auckland ever since. She and her husband, Stephen, have two adult children.
Event Finance Manager
Robert Murray has been the Office Manager at NZ Christian Network since June 2011. Before that, he was the National Administrator at Child Evangelism Fellowship of NZ for 18 years. Robert also worked for New Zealand Railways for 24 years based in Dunedin and Invercargill and has had many years administration experience in the churches he has attended.
Dr Roshan Alpress
Great Revival NZ prayer coordinator
Rev Dr Stuart Lange
NZ Christian Network
Kok Soon Lee
Auckland Chinese Churches
Pastor Tavale Matai’a
Warahi H Paki
Hikairo Waikato Tainui descent
Bishop Kito Pikaahu
of Te Tai Tokerau
HRH Princess Mele Siu’ilikutapu
Daughter of Prince Fatafehi Tu’ipelehake