Thy Kingdom Come 2019

Details of Thy Kingdom Come 2020 will be posted soon

Thy Kingdom Come 2019

The Archbishops of Canterbury and York invited Christians to join another amazing wave of prayer across the UK and around the world – praying that people you know might come to know Jesus. It took place between Ascension and Pentecost from 30 May – 9 June.

Impact from 2018 – A survey following Thy Kingdom Come 2018 showed the impact that the movement is making. An amazing 91% prayed for friends and family to come to know Jesus; 85% felt motivated to pray more often; and 42% of people felt more motivated to talk to others about Jesus. There was a big increase across our diocese in churches engaging with Thy Kingdom Come with events both in church and in local parks, cafés, schools, homes, shop spaces and markets. Summary clip: – https://youtu.be/iVUWQPYBjwA

In a recent interview, Archbishop Justin, said:

“When the Archbishop of York and I launched it, we hoisted a small sail rather nervously, and there was a howling gale of the Spirit which seemed to carry this whole thing forward in the most beautiful way.”

Thy Kingdom Come invites us to grow in prayer – praying as individuals, in families, with friends, with Christian brothers and sisters across the wider church in Devon and for those who do not yet know Jesus.

 

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