Thy Kingdom Come 2019 is getting underway at the end of this month (30th May to 9th June). For those who don’t know, Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement, lasting from Ascension to Pentecost, which aims to encourage Christians to pray for people to find faith in Jesus. This helpful animation gives more details of about the event:
Within the Diocese, we will be launching Thy Kingdom Come with a service at the Cathedral on Saturday 25th May at 5.30pm. It will be a worship (with band) and prayer in preparation for the start of the event, and we will be joined by National TKC Coordinator, Canon Jean Kerr. This will also be part of our joint Diocese and Cathedral mission, Come and See.
All-age ideas and prayer resources for Thy Kingdom Come can be found here. You can also be inspired by this video as to how you can get involved with TKC.
We want to hear what you are planning for TKC, and to share your ideas with others! Why not designate a TKC link person in your church to keep in touch with the Diocese about how things are going? If we know what you are planning, we can inspire others and pray for each other. Contact Sarah Brown at email@example.com.
Thy Kingdom Come will culminate in a huge praise event at Trafalgar Square on Sunday 9th June, from 12.00 noon to 6.00pm. You can watch the Archbishop of Canterbury and theologian Tom Wright launching this event below: