Ten days to go, ten things to know!

Your vital Thy Kingdom Come info

1: All over the world from Norway to Japan, Australia to Mozambique people are preparing to pray Thy Kingdom Come! Last year more than 85 countries joined the great wave of prayer.

2: From school services to Pentecost party picnics, across the traditions and across the church people will gather and pray – together, individually, and as families. They’ll be prayer stations, prayer walks and candlelit services, 40 hours of devotion before the Blessed Sacrament and 24/7 prayer. Communities of all shapes and sizes will take part.

3: Churches of all backgrounds and denominations have been working together to plan ecumenical events in towns and cities – from Methodists to Pentecostals and from Catholics to Baptists.

4: In the UK people will gather for special beacon services in Cathedrals and thousands are preparing to pray in churches.

5: This year we have a song – have you heard it? It was written exclusively for us and we love it. Watch the video, share with your friends and sing it in church.

 Find it on our website where you can also download musical scores. Different versions available depending on your genre - Piano, Gospel, or Rock.

6: We have everything you need to plan your Thy Kingdom Come church services – download our liturgies and service plans here. https://www.thykingdomcome.global/search/resources?tags=1&theme_id=1

7: There’s still time to order your resources. The cut-off point for large items (like roll-up banners or complex bulk orders) is May 3rd but many items such as prayer journals or service outlines can be ordered up to May 8th.  https://www.cpo.org.uk/thykingdomcome

8: Our inspiring videos have been viewed millions of times. Check them out here https://www.thykingdomcome.global/videos

9: Pledge to Pray here https://www.thykingdomcome.global/#Pledge2PrayCounter and we’ll send you specially crafted daily devotions direct to your inbox each day during Thy Kingdom Come.

10: Know that the Lord is with us as we prepare to pray.

Just as the disciples prayed continuously from Ascension to Pentecost so we will be joining with our brothers and sisters around the world.

Psalm 141: 2 May my prayer be set before you like incense; may the lifting up of my hands be like the evening sacrifice.