“Ask me, and I will make the nations your inheritance, the ends of the earth your possession.”Psalm 2:8
The National Prayer breakfast for Scotland was held on Wednesday 14 June this year. This key event in the national calendar was the largest ever in 2023, with tickets sold out ahead of the day. The 400 fortunate people who attended had an amazing time praying for this nation and gathering around the name of Jesus.
As well as the largest ever number of national leaders, including MSPs, were we very pleased to be able to welcome the First Minister, Humza Yousaf, to the event. There was also representation from all sectors of society including business, sport, academia and the public sector.
Those attending were delighted to have the musical contribution from Susan Boyle and Jai McDowall of Britain’s Got Talent fame. The key note speaker this year was Rev Nicky Gumbel, creator of Alpha, who shared from his extensive experience on this years theme of Resilience. Those attending also heard from Terry McCutcheon, founder of Hope for Glasgow, about how Jesus had made such an amazing difference in his life.
This was a powerful and significant event, that people will remember for years to come.
Susan Boyle has agreed to waive her performance fee for her contribution to the National Prayer Breakfast for Scotland. A donation in lieu will be made to the Strathcarron Hospice which is Susan’s nominated charity.
The event took place in person on Wednesday 14th June at 7:00am at Prestonfield House, Edinburgh. More
Building on last year's momentous event, which was our first in-person Prayer Breakfast post-Covid and that attracted one of the highest attendance ever, including a record number of MSPs and other national leaders, the 2023 event promises to be both inspiring and significant.
Over the last few years, the National Prayer Breakfast for Scotland has become a key annual event in the national calendar. Attracting national leaders from politics, public sector, business, academia and sport, as well as church leaders and members from across the denominations.
In 2023, we will be gathering once again at Prestonfield House, on the morning of Wednesday…Read More