About NHPB

Esperanza’s National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast & Conference (NHPB) advances faith-based advocacy, to strengthen Hispanic communities across the United States.

For 16 years, the NHPB has brought together thousands of national and international faith advocates – including clergy leaders, churches, nonprofits, academics, policy-makers, and others – to raise their voices, addressing immigration, housing access, unequal outcomes in education, and other pressing issues affecting our families, neighbors and communities.

The 2018 National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast is your opportunity to gather and meet fellow faith leaders, train in the art of advocacy, dialogue with elected officials about critical legislative issues affecting Hispanic communities, and pray over our country in our nation’s capital. Join us!

Press: The deadline for media RSVPs is Monday, June 11 at 7PM.

Download official press release here.

Enhance your advocacy
skills, and join fellow
faith leaders in making
a difference!

Our Impact

The impact of the National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast carries through the actions of hundreds of Hispanic clergy who have cultivated their advocacy skills at each NHPB over the years. Attendees participate in workshops and trainings that equip them to engage in real, face-to-face advocacy with Congressional leaders.

Every year, NHPB attendees from 35 states complete a total of 70-80 meetings with their own elected Senators and Representatives, advocating for issues that are critical to our Hispanic community.  These conversations shape the debates within our government, and influence the policies that are enacted for our country. After the NHPB, faith leaders use these advocacy skills to continue working for change in their home communities.

At the NHPB, we’re helping leaders like you become a generation of skilled advocates for our Hispanic community.  We train to advance the cause of justice, and we remain prepared to constructively engage the challenges we face, at any time and whatever the issue area.

Tickets and Pricing

Buy your Early Bird ticket before April 17, 2018 and save!

NHPB18 Pass


  • National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast
All Access Pass


  • Advocacy Training Sessions
  • Panel Discussion & Dinner
  • Advocacy Strategy Breakfast
  • Congressional Hill Visits
  •  Partners & Leaders Awards Dinner
  • National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast
Premium Pass


  • Interactive Faith Advocacy Webinar (Pre-Event)
  • Advocacy Training Sessions
  • Panel Discussion & Dinner
  • Advocacy Strategy Breakfast
  • Capitol Hill Visits
  • Advocacy Awards Dinner
  • National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast


Download full schedule here. 

Special Guests

We’re excited to announce the special speakers, artists, awardees, and clergy leaders joining us at the 2018 National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast, and there are more yet to come! Stay tuned!

VP Mike Pence
Paul Ryan
Nancy Pelosi
Sen. C. Schumer
Sen. Tim Scott
Bishop Bonano
Rev. “Choco”
Fr. B. Garcia
Dr. “Nino” G.
Fr. M. Marcantoni
Rev. Alex Zareth
Stanley Carlson-T
Chelsea Langston B
Jaime Lizárraga
Arturo Alejandro
Evan Craft
Jessica Nuñez
Ingrid Rosario
A. Barela (Awardee)
“Loso” Bedoya (Awardee)
Rev. Wendy Calderón (Awardee)
Luis Palau (Awardee)
Mercedes Fuentes (Awardee)


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Conference Venue

In the heart of America’s capital the Grand Hyatt Washington has a capacity of 39 unique meeting and event spaces comprising 42,000 sq ft of space. It is located in the celebrated Penn Quarter neighborhood, just moments away from CityCenterDC.

1000 H Street NW
Washington, D.C., USA, 20001