The 2018 National Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast took place on Tuesday 19th June in Westminster Hall in the Houses of Parliament. The breakfast was chaired by the Rt Hon Ian Blackford MP and was attended by over 140 MPs, including the Prime Minister and Cabinet Ministers, 25 Peers, Ambassadors and church leaders from across the UK.

The theme of this year’s breakfast was ‘What can Christianity offer our society in the 21st century?’ and a keynote address on this topic was given by Revd Dr Timothy Keller, Founding Pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, New York. The programme also included music from Irish singer-songwriters Keith & Kristyn Getty and their band, who led those present in singing ‘Praise to the Lord the Almighty’, ‘In Christ Alone’ and an unaccompanied version of Psalm 23.

Please see below for video, audio and text resources from this year’s event.


Keynote address


Keynote Address

Seminar Audio

The historical and biblical roots of women’s suffrage – Bible Society

Reconciliation in a divided culture – Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics


Read a transcript of Dr Keller’s talk here or download a PDF version here.