Friday, 27th May 2022
Shellharbour Civic Centre
for 6:45 AM start
National Director of Youth for Christ Australia
PRAYER, UNITY & THANKSGIVING
The Illawarra Prayer Breakfast is an annual gathering of people who love the region, love the people of the region and love God. The purpose of the Illawarra Prayer Breakfast is to give thanks to God, pray for God’s blessing for our region, pray for each other, pray for a release of the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ in our region and prayerfully proclaim the words of the Lord’s Prayer “let Your Kingdom come, let Your Will be done” over the cities across Illawarra region. Read more ..
to be salt & the light to the City
The aim of the prayer breakfast is to reach and to encourage Christians in the marketplace, especially civic and business leaders in their faith and love for our Father in heaven. Promoting unity between all those who are followers of Jesus Christ the son of God and challenging them to be salt and light to the City and the world they live in.
The coordinating team for the Illawarra Prayer Breakfast is Hengki Widjaja (CEO of DayspringCare), Wayne Morris (Chairman of Pulse 94.1), Mr Jude Hennessy (Director Renewal and Evangelisation - Catholic Diocese), Warwick Marsh (CEO of Dads4Kids), Ps Shane Cook (Shellharbour Community Church) and Rical Wirawan (Prayer & Unity Advocate) which represent different local churches in the Illawarra. Other people of faith who are business and civic leaders from a broad array of churches will be sought as Ambassadors of the Illawarra Prayer Breakfast to ensure wider representation from as many churches as possible.
TO PRAY AND PROCLAIM
Let Your Kingdom Come, let Your Will be done
BETWEEN FOLLOWERS OF JESUS CHRIST
CULTIVATE CULTURE OF THANKSGIVING
AS THE BODY OF CHRIST
TO REACH AND ENCOURAGE
CHRISTIANS IN THE MARKETPLACE
WHAT WE WANT TO ACHIEVE
Together for the Illawarra Community Engagement task force is inviting Illawarrachurch pastors & leaders to come together to hear and discuss over dinner on an opportunity to collaborate together for Australia’s first Faith Action Audit here in the Illawarra. Community Engagement Dinner
Meeting Notes by Jude Hennessy Director, Office of Renewal and Evangelisation, Catholic Diocese of Wollongong 25+ Christian Leaders of the Illawarra Opening Addresses from 5 Key Leaders (summary) Ps. Scott Hanzy – (Awaken Church) We’ve been forced into a fast! Taking us back to basics – Us and God. Scripture.
Recent restrictions on public gathering due to Covid-19 have presented challenges for churches and how we conduct our public meetings; Sunday services, faith communities, connect groups, prayer meetings, etc.In this time of uncertainty, as a Body of Christ, we are needed more than ever to continue providing a message of Faith, Hope, and Love to
The above photo tells the story well. Twenty two smiles from twenty two amazing leaders. You can see the joy and the passion in their smiles. The “stayers and the prayers” in the poem and there were other leaders in the room who did not make the stage in time for the photo.