Ottawa Civic Prayer Breakfast 2024

Friday, November 1st



November 1, 2024

6:30 am – 6:45 am: Coffee & tea available in the foyer
7:15 am:  Breakfast is served
7:30 – 8:45 am: OCPB Program

Ottawa Conference and Event Center

200 Coventry Road, Ottawa

Free parking under the OCEC.

City parking across from OCEC entrance.


Our OCPB 2024 Speaker

Rev. Kim Sabourin

Our Ottawa Prayer Breakfast 2024 speaker will be Rev. Kim Sabourin. In the light of her role as the National Director of Operations at Safe Families Canada, Kim will be answering our annual OCPB question of “Who is Your Neighbour?”

Kimberly Sabourin is a seasoned minister with over two decades of dedicated service in full-time ministry. She joined the Safe Families Canada (SFC) movement in 2019 where she served as Chapter Director in the nation’s capital before transitioning to her role as the National Director of Operations.

SFC hosts vulnerable children and creates extended family-like supports through a community of devoted volunteers, motivated by faith, to keep children safe and families together. SFC has 15 active, thriving Chapters across Canada with 5 more in development launching in 2024. With an extensive background in education, having served as both a teacher and vice-principal, Kim’s journey has been marked by a steadfast commitment to nurturing the well-being of children and families.

Kim’s professional journey includes the founding of an adoption ministry, Destiny Adoption Services, facilitating the creation of forever families in Ontario. Her passion and empathy extend to providing specialized birth parent counseling for birthparents choosing adoption, offering support, guidance and compassionate care.

In her role as National Director of Operations, Kim brings her wealth of leadership development, experience, unwavering dedication, and deep understanding of family dynamics. SFC’s values are radical hospitality, disruptive generosity and compassion fueled by mercy. SFC is well-positioned to continue its mission to be a beacon of hope, compassion, and support for families across the nation.

In her spare time, Kim can be found recharging in nature with her husband and three children as well as coaching fitness classes at her local GoodLife.



Please take a minute to watch Pastor Kim’s inspirational invitation to you to attend the Ottawa Civic Prayer Breakfast on November 1, 2024.

Do you have any friends, family or neighbours that you would like to invite to hear these stories of radical hospitality, disruptive generosity and compassion fueled by mercy?

Join us on November 1st!

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Why A Prayer Breakfast?

We pray at a breakfast because people of faith in Christ are exhorted and encouraged to pray for all in authority so that we may lead quiet and peaceable lives in all godliness.

1 TIMOTHY 2:1-2

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What Our Guests Say 

Thank you!

Just back to work after enjoying a wonderful breakfast. I wanted to thank you and your team for putting on this event. The Lord’s name was certainly lifted high and the message of healing and forgiveness in Jesus Christ was clearly communicated. I was very pleased to be there and wanted to make sure that I mentioned to you that your work on this event each year is much appreciated!

I Loved It!

  • Love the organization of event, the attention to details re dietary needs, the speaker, the diversity of people on platform, praying for our city and first responders. As well, the theme of loving our neighbour is great and consistent.
  • We bought two tables this year- ½ for our employees and ½ for the people we serve. For some of our group, this event is the main highlight of their year.

Uplifting and Hope Inspiring!

  • The breakfast was uplifting as well as confidence and hope inspiring. It was a dynamic mix of the faithful with an encouraging testimony of community commitment to making a difference in the lives of the vulnerable and marginalized.
  • It is always such a blessing to gather and gather with like-minded friends and be inspired by leaders within our community. Today’s message was a poignant reminder to love God so we can love others best.


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