OKGPB_BobGoff.png

JOIN US

On February 16, 2021, elected leaders and Oklahomans across the state will unite in prayer during the Oklahoma Governor’s Prayer Breakfast. Together, we will pray for our leadership, for our convening legislative session, and for all of Oklahoma to thrive.

HOST A TABLE

Thousands of Oklahomans participated in this historic event last year…and it wouldn’t have been possible without our table hosts. Together, we will unite and reach even more Oklahomans in 2021!

Table Host Opportunities

 

Level 1 - $3,000 (plus online transaction fee)

One table (10 guests) at Prayer Breakfast

10 Tickets to Governor’s Reception* (Monday, Feb. 15 at 7:00 pm)

 

Level 2 - $2,000 (plus online transaction fee)

One table (10 guests) at Prayer Breakfast

4 Tickets to Governor’s Reception* (Monday, Feb. 15 at 7:00 pm)

 

Level 3 - $1,500 (plus online transaction fee)

One table (10 guests) at Prayer Breakfast

 

*seating is limited to the Monday Night Governor's Reception

COVID PLAN

Important Note Due to COVID:

We recognize the uncertainty surrounding gatherings at this time due to Covid. Strict adherence to CDC guidelines for social distancing and food service will be followed and seating is currently limited to 40 percent capacity. Additional tables will become available if conditions permit. New this year, registration for private host sites intended for individuals and families is now available. Visit the locations page for more information.

 

What will happen if the 2021 Governor’s Prayer Breakfast needs to be postponed?

There will be an entirely virtual event on February 16, 2021. All registrants to the live event and all who register to attend individual host sites will have access to the virtual event - to join together and pray for the leadership of Oklahoma and for all in our state to thrive. All registration benefits will then be honored at the rescheduled date for the full prayer breakfast.

“All of us are impacted by the pandemic. Taking a moment to unite in prayer as a state is needed now more than ever. Every possible precaution will be in place as we practice those things we’ve longed believed - belief in the hope, healing, and power that comes through prayer.”

- Dr. Joel W. Harder

Tuesday, February 16, 2021

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

Oklahoma City, Okla.

About Oklahoma Capitol Culture

Learn more at
capitolculture.com

The OKGPB is facilitated by Oklahoma Capitol Culture (OKCC), a 501c3 non-profit organization shaping a culture of civility, integrity and servant leadership through non-lobbying and

non-political engagement.

© 2019 by Oklahoma Capitol Culture