Thy Kingdom Come
Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray for more people to come to know Jesus. What started in 2016 as an invitation from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York to the Church of England has grown into an international and ecumenical call to prayer.
Below you can find the current plans and past initiatives for your reference:
Thy Kingdom Come 13th to 23rd May 2021
Between Ascension (13th May) and Pentecost (23rd May) St Paul’s is joining the global wave of prayer calling all Christians to pray for more people to come to know Jesus Christ. Most of our activities this year will be online, allowing everyone to join in from home.
Central to praying Thy Kingdom Come is to commit to praying for 5 people, we know, to come to faith in Jesus Christ.
In addition, here are 5 ways you can take part in Thy Kingdom Come this year:
Book personal prayer time in our Virtual Prayer Room
Take part by uniting to cover the whole 10 days in prayer. Sign up for a slot here. A closed group web page will be available with prayer stations and the facility to share comments, prayers and words. A link will be sent prior to your prayer time.
Prayer walk the parish
Join a Pray@7 prayer walk at 7am on 19th May meeting at the church centre. Or why not team up with a prayer partner and walk and pray at a time to suit you.
Join in an hour@prayer through Zoom
There will be an hour of worship and prayer at 7.30pm on Friday 14th May and Thursday 20th May. Join the meeting here or type in the meeting ID 950 152 5338.
Set a reminder to pray the Lord’s prayer daily and to use the prayer guide written for the purpose by the Archbishop of York.
Free copies will be available to collect at church in the two weeks before TKC, or it may be downloaded here. Louisa is organising a free interactive prayer map for children and families. If you have not already received one, and would like to, please contact Louisa.
Come for a time of ‘Worship in the Car Park’
At 10.00am on Saturday 22nd May at St Paul’s, let’s join together in praise as we approach celebrating Pentecost!