Thy Kingdom Come, Day 10 (30th May)

Posted on 30 May 2020Categories Thy Kingdom Come

Thy Kingdom Come is an international move of prayer launched four years ago by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York.  We are all encouraged to observe the period from Ascension (May 21st) to Pentecost (May 31st) as a time for committed prayer for our family, friends and nation. Over this period, we will be posting a short video each day by way of prompt to prayer. Our suggestion is that you watch the video prayerfully and then pray afterwards for as short or as long as you wish.

More resources can be found on the Thy Kingdom Come website and the Thy Kingdom Come section of the Church of England’s website.

Click below for today’s reflection by Rev. Greg Smith.

Thy Kingdom Come, Day 9 (29th May)

Posted on 29 May 2020Categories Thy Kingdom Come

Thy Kingdom Come is an international move of prayer launched four years ago by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York.  We are all encouraged to observe the period from Ascension (May 21st) to Pentecost (May 31st) as a time for committed prayer for our family, friends and nation. Over this period, we will be posting a short video each day by way of prompt to prayer. Our suggestion is that you watch the video prayerfully and then pray afterwards for as short or as long as you wish.

More resources can be found on the Thy Kingdom Come website and the Thy Kingdom Come section of the Church of England’s website.

Click below for today’s reflection by Sue Masters.

Thy Kingdom Come, Day 8 (28th May)

Posted on 28 May 2020Categories Thy Kingdom Come

Thy Kingdom Come is an international move of prayer launched four years ago by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York.  We are all encouraged to observe the period from Ascension (May 21st) to Pentecost (May 31st) as a time for committed prayer for our family, friends and nation. Over this period, we will be posting a short video each day by way of prompt to prayer. Our suggestion is that you watch the video prayerfully and then pray afterwards for as short or as long as you wish.

More resources can be found on the Thy Kingdom Come website and the Thy Kingdom Come section of the Church of England’s website.

Click below for today’s reflection by Rev. Greg Smith.

Thy Kingdom Come, Day 7 (27th May)

Posted on 27 May 2020Categories Thy Kingdom Come

Thy Kingdom Come is an international move of prayer launched four years ago by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York.  We are all encouraged to observe the period from Ascension (May 21st) to Pentecost (May 31st) as a time for committed prayer for our family, friends and nation. Over this period, we will be posting a short video each day by way of prompt to prayer. Our suggestion is that you watch the video prayerfully and then pray afterwards for as short or as long as you wish.

More resources can be found on the Thy Kingdom Come website and the Thy Kingdom Come section of the Church of England’s website.

Click below for today’s reflection by Rev. Phil Richardson.

Thy Kingdom Come, Day 6 (26th May)

Posted on 26 May 2020Categories Thy Kingdom Come

Thy Kingdom Come is an international move of prayer launched four years ago by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York.  We are all encouraged to observe the period from Ascension (May 21st) to Pentecost (May 31st) as a time for committed prayer for our family, friends and nation. Over this period, we will be posting a short video each day by way of prompt to prayer. Our suggestion is that you watch the video prayerfully and then pray afterwards for as short or as long as you wish.

More resources can be found on the Thy Kingdom Come website and the Thy Kingdom Come section of the Church of England’s website.

Click below for today’s reflection by Rev. Greg Smith.

Thy Kingdom Come, Day 5 (25th May)

Posted on 25 May 2020Categories Thy Kingdom Come

Thy Kingdom Come is an international move of prayer launched four years ago by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York.  We are all encouraged to observe the period from Ascension (May 21st) to Pentecost (May 31st) as a time for committed prayer for our family, friends and nation. Over this period, we will be posting a short video each day by way of prompt to prayer. Our suggestion is that you watch the video prayerfully and then pray afterwards for as short or as long as you wish.

More resources can be found on the Thy Kingdom Come website and the Thy Kingdom Come section of the Church of England’s website.

Click below for today’s reflection by Sue Masters.

Thy Kingdom Come, Day 4 (24th May)

Posted on 24 May 2020Categories Thy Kingdom Come

Thy Kingdom Come is an international move of prayer launched four years ago by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York.  We are all encouraged to observe the period from Ascension (May 21st) to Pentecost (May 31st) as a time for committed prayer for our family, friends and nation. Over this period, we will be posting a short video each day by way of prompt to prayer. Our suggestion is that you watch the video prayerfully and then pray afterwards for as short or as long as you wish.

More resources can be found on the Thy Kingdom Come website and the Thy Kingdom Come section of the Church of England’s website.

Click below for today’s reflection by Rev. Phil Richardson

Thy Kingdom Come, Day 3 (23rd May)

Posted on 23 May 2020Categories Thy Kingdom Come

Thy Kingdom Come is an international move of prayer launched four years ago by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York.  We are all encouraged to observe the period from Ascension (May 21st) to Pentecost (May 31st) as a time for committed prayer for our family, friends and nation. Over this period, we will be posting a short video each day by way of prompt to prayer. Our suggestion is that you watch the video prayerfully and then pray afterwards for as short or as long as you wish.

More resources can be found on the Thy Kingdom Come website and the Thy Kingdom Come section of the Church of England’s website.

Click below for today’s reflection by Rev. Greg Smith.

Thy Kingdom Come, Day 2 (22nd May)

Posted on 22 May 2020Categories Thy Kingdom Come

Thy Kingdom Come is an international move of prayer launched four years ago by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York.  We are all encouraged to observe the period from Ascension (May 21st) to Pentecost (May 31st) as a time for committed prayer for our family, friends and nation. Over this period, we will be posting a short video each day by way of prompt to prayer. Our suggestion is that you watch the video prayerfully and then pray afterwards for as short or as long as you wish.

More resources can be found on the Thy Kingdom Come website and the Thy Kingdom Come section of the Church of England’s website.

Click below for today’s reflection by Rev. Greg Smith.

Thy Kingdom Come, Day 1 (21st May)

Posted on 21 May 2020Categories Thy Kingdom Come

Thy Kingdom Come is an international move of prayer launched four years ago by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York.  We are all encouraged to observe the period from Ascension (May 21st) to Pentecost (May 31st) as a time for committed prayer for our family, friends and nation. Over this period, we will be posting a short video each day by way of prompt to prayer. Our suggestion is that you watch the video prayerfully and then pray afterwards for as short or as long as you wish.

More resources can be found on the Thy Kingdom Come website and the Thy Kingdom Come section of the Church of England’s website.

Click below for today’s reflection by Rev. Greg Smith.