The 2019 National Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast took place on Tuesday 2nd July in Westminster Hall in the Houses of Parliament. The Breakfast was chaired by Baroness Sherlock and was attended by 180 MPs and Peers, as well as Ambassadors and church leaders from across the UK.

The theme of this year’s breakfast was ‘Building unity in a world of difference’ and a keynote address on this topic was given by the Bishop of London, the Rt Revd and Rt Hon Dame Sarah Mullally DBE. The programme also included music from Carrie and David Grant and their band, who led those present in singing ‘10,000 Reasons’ and ‘How Great Thou Art’.

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


Keynote Address

Chair’s Welcome

The Prayers


Keynote Address


Bible-based trauma healing – Bible Society

Speaking truth to power – Christian Aid

Transforming conflict through reconciliation – Christian Solidarity Worldwide

The darkest crimes: the role of church, state and global justice systems in stopping online sexual exploitation of children – International Justice Mission

Embracing the other: the struggle for reconciliation – Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics

Being a peacemaker in a digital age – Premier