For more than 25 years, the Amarillo Community Prayer Breakfast has been bringing the residents of the Panhandle together to honor God and prayer for our city, state, nation and world. We hope you will consider joining us in prayer on Nov. 24 at the Amarillo Civic Center.
This year's speaker
For 17 years Gracia Burnham and her husband, Martin, served with New Tribes Mission in the Philippines until the Burnhams were kidnapped on May 27, 2001, by the Abu Sayyaf Group, a militant group of Muslims.
During their 376 days of captivity, they faced near starvation, constant exhaustion, frequent gun battles, coldhearted murder and intense soul-searching about a God who sometimes seemed to have forgotten them.
Would you like to attend?
The Amarillo Community Prayer Breakfast begins at 6:45 a.m. Nov. 24 at the Amarillo Civic Center North Exhibit Hall. Serving lines open at 6 a.m..
Tickets are only $8 at door, but we hope you'll consider being an event or table sponsor. You can sponsor a table of eight for $200.
Our sponsors make the breakfast possible, allowing us to provide tickets for churches, nonprofit agencies and students.
Gallery of past events
Pictures and video can't adequately capture the feeling you'll get from praying with more than 1,500 of your neighbors.
But if you've never attended the breakfast or would just like to relive a past event, click on the link below to visit our gallery.