Monthly Virtual Prayer Breakfast

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About the Prayer Breakfast

Clients, volunteers, mentors and MAM friends of all faith backgrounds are invited to attend our prayer breakfasts, led by clergy from MAM’s member congregations.

Prayers, scripture and open discussion will be offered in an accepting inter-denominational setting. There is no cost to attend. Currently, all Prayer Breakfasts are being held virtually.

If your congregation is interested in hosting an upcoming Prayer Breakfast at MAM, please contact Bill Ogden in Office of Fund Development at [email protected]

Prayer Breakfast (credit jdanatrent.com)

Upcoming Virtual Prayer Breakfasts

Please Note:

Prayer Breakfasts are recorded and will be on our Youtube channel for those who missed them, but wanted to watch.

While we try to keep them in presenter-view, please turn off your camera if you do not wish to appear on video.

Wednesday September 28, 2022 | 9:00am - 10:00am

Click Here to Join the Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 884 1273 7033

Passcode: 272873

September Prayer Breakfast with Rev. Nathan Lonsdale Bledsoe of St. Stephen's United Methodist Church

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About the Prayer Breakfast
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Clients, volunteers, mentors and MAM friends of all faith backgrounds are invited to attend our prayer breakfasts, led by clergy from MAM’s member congregations.

Prayers, scripture and open discussion will be offered in an accepting inter-denominational setting. There is no cost to attend. Currently, all Prayer Breakfasts are being held virtually.

 

About the Speaker
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Nathan Lonsdale Bledsoe loves Jesus, his wife Sarah, their two dogs, cooking, hunting, the city of Houston, trying new restaurants, and a lot of things he cannot fit in a short bio.

 

Nathan grew up in Austin before moving to Houston to attend Rice University. After graduating, Nathan worked at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church before attending Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York. While at Union, he served at the United Methodist Church of the Village, helped run a soup kitchen, and wrote a thesis project on theology and food. He believes when people gather to share a meal, Jesus Christ shows up (John 21).

 

Nathan served as the pastor of missions and evangelism at St. Peter’s UMC in Katy from 2013-2017. He currently serves as the President of the National Board of U.M. ARMY and on the Texas Annual Conference Committee on Unity.