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“Whatever you ask in My name, that will I do,
so that the Father may be glorified in the Son”
John 14:13


Albury Wodonga Prayer breakfast


The Albury Wodonga Prayer breakfast is for Christians of all denominations to come together as one and ask God for His blessing and favour to be on all of our community.

The organising committee is made of Christians from many different Churches including, Baptist, Pentecostal, Anglican and Catholic.

The people who will be praying during the breakfast also attend many different denominations.
You do not have to be attending a Church to be welcome either – Anyone who believes that Christ died for their sins, is a member of His Church and we would love to see your there joining with other believers in an event that is not defined by where we go, or don’t go, on Sundays.


Who Are We?


A committee representing a group of Christian Business people from different denominations who believe that locally, Christians are looking for an opportunity to pray together to see God’s blessing and favour on our community.


When is it?


When: Wednesday August 30th 2017
7:00am to 8:30am
Where: Commercial Club Albury

Registration close on Sunday 27th August

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What To Expect


The morning will commence with the Lord’s Prayer recited corporately, this will be followed by nominated local Christian leaders from the groups below who will pray for:

  • Youth; Government service providers, schools and staff of the Education Department, home environment, the unemployed
  • The Business Community
  • Community leaders; the Mayors, Councillors and senior Staff at the City Councils
  • Families; Parents, home life, employment, families and good health
  • Police; Police superintendents, Magistrates, all police & law officers and for law and order on the streets of Albury Wodonga
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Cameron Butler (2017)


Cameron's Roles National Director (CEO) - Sports Chaplaincy Australia Former Chaplain of the Melbourne Football Club Life Saving Chaplaincy Australia Board Australia’s representative on the international Sports Coalition Council Family Cameron lives in Melbourne and is married to Merryl and has 4 kids • Sally • Amy • Holly •...
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