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Hundreds mark end of Thy Kingdom Come

Posted: 24th May, 2018

After ten days of prayer across Devon, hundreds of people gathered at Exeter Cathedral to mark the climax of Thy Kingdom Come 2018. Watch our video of the highlights and look out for the next event in 2019!

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Devon events celebrate Thy Kingdom Come

Posted: 18th May, 2018

Watch our video of just some of the events which have taken place across Devon to mark this year’s Thy Kingdom Come. Bishop Robert began TKC with songs from Sidmouth primary school’s infant choir and Bishop Nick visited Costa in Plymstock to offer prayers before taking a lesson at Plymstock school. The video will be shown at a celebration event at Exeter Cathedral this Pentecost Sunday (20 May) at 6.30pm, to which everyone is invited…

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Bishop Nick records his May letter

Posted: 16th May, 2018

The Rt Rev Nick McKinnel, Bishop of Plymouth, records his May letter to the diocese. The text of the letter is printed in the May 2018 issue of the Church of England Devon magazine.

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Thy Kingdom Come prayer movement begins next week

Posted: 4th May, 2018

THE global Thy Kingdom Come prayer movement begins next week and there will be launch events in Devon with Bishop Robert and Bishop Nick. Bishop Robert will be in Sidmouth to listen to people and pray with them on Tuesday and Bishop Nick will be visiting Costa in Plymstock to offer prayers for people he meets, before visiting Plymstock school. Bishop Robert has made this video explaining his hopes for the ten days of prayer. More…

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Archdeacon of Barnstaple records his April letter

Posted: 6th April, 2018

The Ven Dr Mark Butchers, Archdeacon of Barnstaple records his April letter to the diocese. The text of the letter is printed in the April 2018 issue of the Church of England Devon magazine.

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Get ready to UPLOAD!

Posted: 5th April, 2018

Upload is a free festival for young people aged 13-18 in Devon, which is taking over Exeter Cathedral on 12 May. The Cathedral will play host live music and entertainment as well as different zones to relax, create and debate. The event is supported by local churches and youth organisations that exist to help young people explore faith in ways that are relevant to them. The first Upload festival two years ago attracted 1500 young…

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