Thy Kingdom Come

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A few years ago the Archbishop of Canterbury started an annual prayer initiative called Thy Kingdom Come to run between Ascension day and Pentecost. The basis of this is that each of us sign up to pray each day for five people we know who are not Christians. Although it was initially an Anglican initiative its now totally ecumenical; the Methodist Church has contributed a free prayer manual for each day and there are resources for Catholics and Orthodox Christians to use. Further information on how to download or get hard copies is available by clicking

I’ll post further updates on how we can be involved but I wanted to draw your attention to the Digital Family Interactive Prayer Map  so that you can order or download to get ready.

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This is a fun way of using a smart phone app to learn to pray together and you can find full details on

It’s well worth a look and there are podcasts and instructions how to get started as well as a great video from Justin Welby & Gemma.



1 thought on “Thy Kingdom Come

  1. Mrs JulieAnn Read

    During lockdown we had the opportunity to join in prayer with others all over the world for Thy Kingdom Come! There were great apps and interactive games for families with young children to get involved with. For me the hardest part was praying for just 5 people! So I cheated and prayer for more… I am a great believer in the power of prayer, and God never fails to amaze me when prayers are answered. This may sound odd, but let me elaborate; when God answers prayers he often answers them in a different way than what you may expect?
    Praise God for answering prayers! He has continued to help those I prayed for…and continue to pray for. There have been jobs that ‘ticked all the boxes’, deliverance of people from ‘bad associations and ways’, healing of bodies and thinking, softening of hearts, renewing of minds, bringing people back to Gods loving arms… and the list goes on!

    Do not ever underestimate the power of prayer, because to do so you underestimate GOD!

    Be blessed



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