We hope you will join us for the annual Springfield Prayer Breakfast May 5, 2022, hosted at the Oasis Convention Center from 7am-8am.
If you would like to register a group as a sponsor please email RSVP@ccozarks.org
The Springfield Prayer Breakfast’s 2022 theme is “Exalt the Lord who has Established Us.” Pray alongside community members and leaders for our city, state, county, and nation. As people of faith, we are called to pray and serve, best done better together.
Our local observance of the “National Day of Prayer,” instituted by Congress in 1952, is open to all who wish to attend.
This meaningful event will be held at the Oasis Convention Center, at 2546 North Glenstone, from 7am-8am on May 5, 2022. Buffet will open at 6:15am and the program will begin promptly at 7am.
We are happy to announce author, speaker, and entrepreneur Justin Skinner as the 2022 Springfield Prayer Breakfast Keynote Speaker!
Justin Skinner recently released the book, “Professional Failure,” available wherever books are sold.
Skinner grew up in America’s heartland on a dairy farm just north of Springfield, Missouri as one of four siblings. Justin and his wife started their own graphic design company in 2012 and have developed an impressive portfolio of real-estate and other investments.
This event is made possible by our generous community partners and sponsors!
Adult & Teen Challenge, Council of Churches of the Ozarks, Springfield Business Journal, CoxHealth, DMP, Integrity Home Care & Hospice, O’Bannon Bank, and ESC, Inc. Consulting Engineers.
Rankin Development, LLC, Assemblies of God Credit Union, Convoy of Hope, Crossbreed Holsters, James River Church , Mid-Missouri Bank, Olsson Associates, Second Baptist Church, Central Bank/Central Trust & Investment Co, and Heavy Construction Laborers #663.
BancorpSouth, Best Refrigeration Co., Inc, Catholic Charities of Southern Missouri, Commerce Bank, Delta Roofing, Evangel University, Guaranty Bank, Mike Breeding State Farm Agent, Ozarks Technical Community College, Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce, SRC Holdings Corporation, The Wind & KWFC, US Bank, Hood-Rich Architecture, SMC Packaging Group, and Penmac Staffing.
Community Blood Center of the Ozarks, Dewitt & Associates, First Baptist Church, Gorman Scharpf Funeral Home, Hiland Dairy, Northside Christian Church, Paladin Managed Solutions, Sapp Design Architects, Star Wholesale Supply, and the Downtown Church.