Be a part of the 34th Annual Christian Prayer Breakfast
Don’t miss keynote speaker Barry Zito in this free, virtual event
April 18-23, 2021
A week long virtual event that you can host in the safety of you home or business.
Due to public health guidelines, the 34th Annual Christian Prayer Breakfast will take place online. While this year’s event may look different, it offers a unique opportunity to bring the Prayer Breakfast into your home. Sign up now to gain access to the free, virtual event with keynote speaker Barry Zito
- Free, virtual access to the 34th Annual Christian Prayer Breakfast
- Video will be available April 18-23
- Access link will be emailed out in advance
- Keynote speaker: Songwriter and former baseball player, Barry Zito
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How to Get Involved
Start thinking about who you can invite to the Christian Prayer Breakfast Fort Worth Tarrant County. Who do you know that needs to hear the inspiring message of Christ? Consider the people that God has put in your life, and think about who could join you at a table for this inspiring event.
History of the Event
The idea of a prayer breakfast was brought to Fort Worth by Bill Garrison in 1986. After attending a Dallas prayer breakfast event, he held a gathering of local business leaders to discuss creating a similar event for Fort Worth. The group’s desire was to bring together all types of community leaders to pray for local, state, and national leaders. They also realized the opportunity to provide an inspirational and challenging message from an individual living out their faith in Christ.
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Board of Directors
The Christian Prayer Breakfast Fort Worth Tarrant County representing business and community leadership in Fort Worth/Tarrant County meets annually for the purpose of praying for our leaders.
We rely on community volunteers to make the Christian Prayer Breakfast of Fort Worth and Tarrant County an exceptional experience for attendees.
Volunteering for the Prayer Breakfast is a memorable and rewarding experience! We need volunteers to help the day before and immediately following the event. To learn how you can help and to sign-up, please contact:
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