• RCS Ottawa

The National Prayer Breakfast 52nd Annual, May 17 & 18, 2017


750 people from across Canada and other nations participated in this annual event.

Nhop staff and a team of young students were honoured to listen to the Governor General deliver the keynote address. Looking at the importance of faith, service, and love in the Queen's life, the Governor General encouraged us to take action. In the same way that a drop of dye in the water changes the colour of things, our actions, even the smallest, can carry a significant impact. As his term will be up in September, this was an especially significant time for the Alberta students who were privileged to meet His Excellency and presented him with a gift.

If you would like to participate in the National Prayer Breakfast and NHOP next year, contact info@nhop.ca

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