Thy Kingdom Come 2020

Thy Kingdom Come is an exciting chance to pray with Christians from around the world that people you know might come to know Jesus.

It is led by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York and takes place between Ascension and Pentecost from 21 – 31 May.

Five ways you can get involved

Pray Together

We are organising 24/7 prayer across Devon for the 11 days of Thy Kingdom Come and we would love you or your church to be part it. It is being organised by our Mission Enabler James Grier. Sign-up for a one-hour slot in our Zoom prayer room here! Here is all the info and guidance.

Pray for five….

Each day during Thy Kingdom Come pray for five people you know that they would get to know Jesus. It’s as simple as that.

The artist Charlie Macksey has contributed drawings to a daily prayer journal

Keep a prayer journal….

Our 11 day prayer journal has beautiful illustrations by the artist Charlie Macksey.

Download the Thy Kingdom Come App

The free Thy Kingdom Come App has daily videos, bible readings, reflections, and podcasts from N.T Wright.

Use the Family Prayer Adventure Map…

There are a number of digital resources to equip churches and individuals. They include the lovely Family Prayer Adventure Map.

Pray Together

We are organising 24/7 prayer across Devon for the 11 days of Thy Kingdom Come and we would love you or your church to be part it. It is being organised by our Mission Enabler James Grier email. Sign-up for a one-hour slot in our Zoom prayer room here!

Mission Enabler James Grier is organising the Zoom prayer room

You could also organise a virtual prayer event in your church community or commit to saying the Lord’s Prayer at the same time each day.

There are more prayer ideas here

Five Ways to Get Involved PDF to print off or share

Are there resources for children?

Yes! These resources are designed for school-aged children, please use the activities as a menu and select the ones that best suit your child.

Print off the interactive Family Adventure Prayer map with a daily activity

See highlights from 2019 national events

See highlights from 2019 Beacon event at Exeter Cathedral

See highlights from the 2019 prayer events from across the diocese