Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement where Christians around the world pray between Ascension Day and Pentecost Sunday for five people they know, to come to know Jesus Christ. Those five people can be family and friends, neighbours and colleagues, a particular household or individual.
This year Thy Kingdom Come takes place between 13 and 23 May.
Christians from 80 different denominations and across 172 countries are taking part in praying “Come, Holy Spirit, Come”
There are a number of amazing resources to help get people involved as individuals, churches or families. Visit the Thy Kingdom Come website to browse through them.
Thy Kingdom Come 2021 Highlights
Video reflections for and by young Christians from the worlds of sport, music and the Arts.
Cheeky Pandas videos and activity packs to get children excited about Jesus
An ‘escape room’ with TK the Cat and his cathedral cat friends trying to solve a mystery before Pentecost Sunday.
A downloadable Prayer Journal written by the Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell
A Novena – a 9 day plan of praying through the Psalms
A new song ‘We Seek Your Kingdom’ to the tune of much-loved hymn ‘Abide With Me’. A call to action to “transform, revive, and heal our society.”
Archbishop Justin Welby says : “In Praying Thy Kingdom Come, we commit to playing our part in the renewal of nations and the transformation of communities”
Churches Together in Cheadle Hulme will be Praying for five and for our local community.