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National Prayer Breakfast  2022

In person and live-streamed  

You are invited to join the City Bible Forum team at Parliament House for the 33rd Australian National Prayer Breakfast. 

Tickets at discounted early bird rates are now available.

Hear from national dignitaries, Members of Parliament, Senators and other civic leaders, as well as our guest speaker, Peter Gibbs, a Gamillaroi man from the community of Weilmoringle, NSW.  

This is an ideal opportunity to engage with those in your local community, and demonstrate your support for politicians and other civic and religious leaders.

When: Monday 28 November 2022 7:15am AEDT

Where: Parliament House, Canberra ACT and live-streamed  

Join in person at Parliament house

Early bird price: (available until 23/09): $50/person 

Regular price: $55/person

PURCHASE TICKETS - Registration is essential for in person attendance at Parliament House -  tickets will be refunded if health restrictions prevent in person participation.

Join online via livestream

7:15am (AEDT) start or available for later viewing. 

REGISTER NOW - If you are unable to join in person, please register now to participate online at no cost.


You may like to host your own local National Prayer Breakfast event at your workplace, church, or home. 

Host a local streaming event


Mr Peter Gibbs or ‘Chicka’ is a Gamillaroi man from the community of Weilmoringle in far West New South Wales. He has extensive experience in community development and was instrumental in the establishment of The Indigenous Police Recruitment Our Way Delivery Program (IPROWD), a training model to develop First Nations Australians for a career with the NSW Police Force. Peter has developed partnerships with business, the philanthropic sector and government agencies implementing innovative strategies aimed at improving life outcomes. Peter’s coming to Christ has led him from violence to faith and from despair to hope.

Peter will share with us his incredible story of faith. After the tragic death of his sister in police custody in 1997 he was faced with a choice, to respond with violence or find a deeper purpose. Even from this dark place, God had a plan that changed the direction of Peter’s life. We will hear how through Jesus he would become an instrument to improve life outcomes for those within his community and across the Nation. 


"However you choose to join us, we look forward to coming together across this great nation.

We seek to uphold our leaders and all men and women in public service, in their demanding roles through prayer and encouragement. Our prayer is that they will know God’s wisdom and strength in all their work." 

Matthew Durban, Chair, National Prayer Breakfast 2022 Organising Committee

Leon Hribar, City Bible Forum, Canberra   


The City Bible Forum team is delighted to be able to assist the Parliamentary Christian Fellowship in holding this event. Please feel free to contact the team if you have any questions.

More information: The City Bible Forum team  

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