Join us on November 3, 2018!
Christian Legal Aid of Los Angeles will be hosting our 12th Annual Prayer Breakfast on November 3, 2018, from 9:00am to 11:00am. The breakfast will be held at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. We would love to have you there!
Early registration is now open for sponsors & table hosts. Sponsors and table hosts can manage their registrations by visiting http://pb2018.eventbrite.com, selecting Group Registration, and entering their early registration code.
General registration will open on October 1. To be notified when general registration opens, you can pre-register here.
Sponsors & Table Hosts
Keynote Speaker: Susan Burton
Our sponsors are essential partners in making this event possible and free for our community to attend! For a listing of this year's sponsorship opportunities, see our sponsor information below.
Table hosts are responsible for bringing a group of 10 people to the breakfast and have nominal volunteer responsibilities the day of the event.
If you are interested in hosting a table or becoming an event sponsor, or if you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
Event Details & Logistics
The prayer breakfast is free of charge thanks to our sponsors and all are welcomed. Donations of any amount are welcome at the event.
Childcare will be provided. Parking is available at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels at a nominal cost. The nearest metro stop is the Civic Center/Grand Park station two blocks away.
If you were invited to the prayer breakfast by a sponsor or table host, please make sure you select "Group Registration" and chose the appropriate group. If you have trouble finding your group, please contact the person who invited you.
The deadline to register is October 28, 2018. We ask that all guests register promptly so that we can ensure seating and food for all attendees.
Please feel free to download and share our flyer with your friends, family, church, and community!
Susan Burton is the Founder and Executive Director of A New Way of Life, a nonprofit that provides housing and other support to formerly incarcerated women.
She is nationally known as an advocate for restoring basic civil and human rights to those who have served time.
Not only has Susan received the prestigious Citizen Activist Award from the Harvard Kennedy School of Law. In 2015, on the 50th Anniversary of Selma and the Voting Rights Act, Susan Burton was named by the Los Angeles Times as one of eighteen New Civil Rights Leaders in the nation.
Susan has been a Starbucks® “Upstander,” a CNN Top 10 Hero, a Soros Justice Fellow, a Women’s Policy Institute Fellow at the California Women’s Foundation, A Violence Prevention Fellow with the California Wellness Foundation, and is the co-author, with Cari Lynn, of Becoming Ms. Burton (The New Press). She lives in Los Angeles.