National Prayer Breakfast for Scotland

Encouraging Prayer for Scotland

In a world which is increasingly secular and alien to the Christian Gospel the National Prayer Breakfast for Scotland is a public act of Christian witness to those in authority and influence in the nation, and to the nation generally, and a public affirmation of the power of prayer...


Be part of it!

There are a number of ways you can get involved with the breakfast, even beyond attending the event. You can sign up to our mailing list, make a donation, or take action... More

Watch the Live Stream Replay

We're delighted to be offering the opportunity to watch the National Prayer Breakfast again – watch again now!

US Presidential Prayer Breakfast, Washington DC

One of our trustees, Andy Witty – accompanied by Iain Gordon CEO, of Bethany Christian Trust – attended the breakfast in February 2017 and presented a Quaich to Congressman Robert Aderholt on behalf of the National Prayer Breakfast for Scotland.

2017: Christians at Work

Celebrating the social action of today’s followers of Jesus Christ

Christians in Scotland, and around the world, are involved in caring for and supporting huge numbers of people in our communities. Following the commission of the Founder of the Christian church to care for those in need - to feed the hungry, to house the homeless, to comfort the sick, support children and the elderly and to look after the oppressed, the refugees and the persecuted - the followers of Jesus are active in all these areas today.

Millions of hours are given by church members every year. The lives of countless millions…

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Whether you want one seat or a table for ten, booking your place online for the breakfast couldn't be easier...

As we are trying to promote the live stream as a method of taking part in the National Prayer Breakfast, there are limited spaces available at the venue in Edinburgh. With that, we recommend booking early if you wish to attend the breakfast in person...

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Watch at a Remote Venue

Unable to make it in person? No matter where you are in the world, you can connect with us via the live stream at a remote venue.

In 2016, we launched the first ever live web stream of the National Prayer Breakfast. Sanctus Media were commissioned to film and broadcast the event as it happened from the Hilton Grosvenor Hotel in Edinburgh, and the result was astonishing...

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Hosting a Remote Venue

Does your venue have the capacity and facility to run a remote venue for the NPBS live stream?

We are actively seeking and encouraging churches and organisations, who have the technical facilities to receive the live stream – as well as provide breakfast – to open their doors on the morning of the prayer breakfast for those who cannot join us in Edinburgh, yet still take part at a distance via the live stream..

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