Annual Prayer Summit


Welcome to  the Annual International Prayer Summit, an event that is designed to provide fellow believers from the local and international community opportunity for fellowship, worship, teaching and prayer.

More About IPMI Annual Prayer Summit

IPMI International Prayer Summit, formerly referred to as the International Convention on Intercession, was first hosted on the second weekend as a two day event in November 1998 in New York City at the Holiday Inn, JFK Airport (now JFK International Hotel). Since then, the event has been hosted annually from Thursday to Saturday of the third week of October at the Holiday Inn, JFK Airport, and has attracted Christians, including pastors and leaders of various denominations from the Christian community locally and internationally.

What can participants expect from attending the Annual Prayer Summit?

  • Opportunities for fellowship with Believers of various denominations from the local and international Christian community;
  • Spiritual enrichment and empowerment for greater effectiveness as intercessors at the personal and corporal level; and
  • Opportunities to participate in times of corporate prayer throughout the Summit , and to receive personal ministry.

Who should attend the Annual Prayer Summit?

Intercessors    .    Prayer Warriors      .      Pastors       .        Leaders      .        Students       .       Young adults

Schedule for a  One Day Prayer Summit

9:00 AM – 11: 00 AM (Session One)                          11: 15 AM – 1:00 PM (Session Two)

2:30 PM – 3:45 PM (session Three )                           4:00 PM – 5:00 PM (Session Four)

There is a one hour lunch break  following the second session

Registration for the Most Recent One Day Prayer Summit:

$25.00 per Person

Click here to register online for the Saturday, October 19, 2013 Prayer Summit

For Further Information

For further information about upcoming Annual  Prayer Summits please contact us at 718 241 2162 or email us at

“I exhort therefore that first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks be made for all men” (1Timothy 2:1)