The 2022 Apopka Mayor's Prayer Breakfast
Thursday, May 5th
About the Event
The Apopka Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast is an annual gathering that coincides with the national day of prayer and is intended to unite Apopkans and local leaders through reverent observance of our community’s need for God’s sovereign mercies, providence, and divine guidance. Here in Apopka, this means approximately 400 individuals including pastors, political leaders, business owners, community leaders, service organizations, and more coming together and honoring God with heartfelt prayer while seeking His continued favor and active leading in their lives.
This year’s program will include musical performance, video presentation, prayers led by various community leaders, and an inspirational message from the current year’s special keynote speaker, WILLIAM J. FEDERER, a nationally known speaker, best-selling author, and president of Amerisearch, Inc., a publishing company dedicated to researching America's noble heritage.
The Apopka Community Center
(519 S Central Avenue, Apopka FL 32703)
Meet our Keynote Speaker:
William J. Federer
WILLIAM J. FEDERER is a nationally known speaker, best-selling author, and president of Amerisearch, Inc., a publishing company dedicated to researching America's noble heritage.
Bill has spoken across America, at events from Mount Rushmore to the Lincoln Memorial to the U.S. Capitol. He has addressed audiences with Congressmen, Senators, Candidates, Sports Stars, Military Officers spoken at political conventions, debates, U.S. House Conference Committee, U.S. Military Bases, State Capitols, Legislative Hearings, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and more!
A former U.S. Congressional Candidate, Bill has appeared on: CSPAN, FOX, Hannity & Colmes, NPR, MSNBC, ABC-Time Warner Affiliates, CBN, TBN, Prager U, and numerous television documentaries. Bill has been interviewed on thousands of radio programs, including Focus on the Family, Janet Parshall's America, Point of View, USA Radio Network, Salem Radio Network, and many more. He has also been quoted or referenced in USA Today, Human Events, New York Times, Washington Times, Washington Post, Roll Call, Harper's Magazine, The Wanderer, NewsMax.com, Crosswalk.org, and other publications.
Bill has also authored many renowned and highly respected books. His first book "America's God and Country Encyclopedia of Quotations" has sold over a half-million copies. His works, which have been quoted by authors, politicians, leaders, journalists, teachers, students and in court cases. Bill has also contributed chapters to several other books as well.
Bill's AMERICAN MINUTE radio feature is broadcast daily across America and by the Internet. His Faith in History television airs on the TCT Network on stations across America and via DirectTV.
Details for Attendees
Tickets, VIP Passes, and Invoices
Invoices, Tickets, and VIP parking passes will be mailed to attendees shortly after their payments are received.
VIP Parking Pass holders should follow parking signs that say “VIP Parking” on them. Once parked, VIP Passes should be CLEARLY displayed on their dashboard to avoid being asked to move their vehicle.
Attendees without VIP Parking Passes should follow signs for “General Parking”
Tickets will be collected at the front door and are required for entry.
Attendees should be sure to write their name and organization name on their ticket (helps our team with attendance tracking).
Attendees will have a specific table reserved for them. An event assistant will help point them to their reserved table.
After finding their seats, attendees may proceed to the breakfast buffet table (open between 6:30am and 7:00am). Attendees should note that the program is scheduled to start promptly 7am. Attendees are encouraged to plan to arrive EARLY enough to be able to park, find their seat, get food from the buffet, and return to their table before the program begins.
Noon Prayer Service
Attendees are welcome to join us on the steps of City Hall at noon for additional prayer led by various pastors and community leaders.