The 26th annual Prayer Breakfast will be held Saturday, Jan. 18, 8-10 a.m., at the Rodd Charlottetown on Kent Street.
Members of the Charlottetown Area Christian Council (CACC) and guests will gather in fellowship to enjoy a hearty breakfast while discovering the power of prayer with people from all walks of life from all parts of P.E.I.
Tickets are not available at the door but are available at most Charlottetown churches for $18.
The CACC annually invites everyone to come to discover an eloquent experience of prayer, fellowship and an opportunity to feel part of the Island Christian Community.
At a glance
- The Charlottetown Area Christian Council believes prayer experiences should be inclusive and shared with the entire community in the spirit of the Bible, which reminds people of the bible promise that when two or more are gathered together in prayer, God is there.
- The act of people praying together is a much-needed resource to bring peace to the world.
- For more information, contact Secretary Donald Gaudet at 902-218-1170.
This is the 112th anniversary of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. The theme for this year is “They showed us unusual kindness” (Acts: 28:2). The breakfast offers prayers and fellowship so people may become more fully united with one another in Christ.
The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2020 starts with the breakfast and concludes with a special service at 7 p.m. on Jan. 26, featuring a message from Rev. Scott MacIsaac on the theme “They Showed Us Unusual Kindness”.
The details of these special events were announced recently by Tom Garland, president of the CACC.
This year’s prayer breakfast guest presentations will be introduced by master of ceremonies J.W. (Bill) Campbell. The special guest speaker this year is Halen Sky with musical renditions from David Rashed and Ann-Marie Valois.
If you go
- What: 26th annual Prayer Breakfast celebrating this year’s Week of Prayer for Christian Unity When: Jan. 18, 8-10 a.m.
- Where: Rodd Charlottetown on Kent Street
- Presentations: Halen Sky is guest speaker with musical presentations by David Rashed and Ann-Marie Valois
- Tickets: $18 in advance only at most Charlottetown churches
- Week of Prayer concluding service: Spring Park United Church on Jan. 26, 7 p.m., with guest speaker Rev. Scott MacIsaac