A range of traditional and creative approaches were undertaken by churches and dioceses including Ascension-tide singing on top of Grimsby Minister, Say One for Me- Romsey Abbey, Night Prayers from various Catholic Communities, Rocket Prayers & Hot chocolate in St Albans, Creative Art installations such as in Southwark Diocese, outdoor worship, citywide prayer walking (such as in Derby) and litter picking, families praying together, children getting creative through worship or being reflective.
Thy Kingdom Come has united Christians in prayer across the world including Jamaica, Switzerland, Canada, Finland, Japan, New Zealand, Burundi, Bangladesh, India and Norway to name a few. Ranging from online prayer meetings, to in-person prayers events to translating prayer resources in-country such as Maori (NZ), Japanese, Finnish and Tamil &Sinhala (Sri Lanka).
"We're the sort of moderate Catholic #CofE parish that isn't always quite sure how to go about evangelism and mission. #ThyKingdomCome2021 presents a great opportunity.”
We have had phenomenal feedback on the App including this endorsement from the Bishop of Colchester. Our video resources, featuring a diverse range of voices, continue to reflect our commitment to representing the church in all its fullness – from age, race, gender to differing denominations and traditions which have been viewed extensively. We have also received incredibly positive feedback our accessible resources including BSL versions of all videos, Braille version of the Prayer Journal by Archbishop Stephen Cottrell, Widget versions of the children’s resources and large print and audio of other key resources.
Thy Kingdom Comes continues to be supported by senior UK Church leaders including the presidents of Churches Together in England and leaders from the Church of Scotland, Church in Wales and Church of Ireland.
“Thank you, and the whole TKC team, for your support in making TKC such a wonderful and truly inspirational again. It has been a real blessing. Most activity was via Tulkoon sinun valtakuntasi | Facebook and included pre-recorded videos, personal testimonies, daily prayers and daily posts of Novena. Contributions, mainly to Facebook, came from various churches in Finland (including Lutheran, Roman Catholic, Anglican, Methodist etc), Christian organisations and, the Finnish Ecumenical Council.” A Church in Finland