Join the global wave of prayer calling all Christians to pray between Ascension and Pentecost for more people to come to know the love and peace of Jesus Christ. Thy Kingdom Come runs from Thursday 21 May – Sunday 31 May 2020.
What are we planning at St Michael’s?
Friday 29 May
- Heart of the Community Prayer Breakfast 08.00-09.00 on Zoom
- Morning Prayer 09.10 on Facebook live
- Unite 24/7 Global Prayer Event 16.00 on their Facebook Page
Sunday 31 May
South West Prays Event 8pm Online
Regional Online Beacon Event 19.30 via Zoom
Other ways to get involved
You can download our prayer trails do the walk physically or virtually
Digital resources are available for us to engage with during Thy Kingdom Come:
- The Prayer Journal with reflections, Bible verses and actions, particularly suitable for young people.
- The incredible Family Prayer Adventure Map includes additional Augmented Reality bonus features that can be accessed through a new bespoke Family Prayer Adventure app!
- Thy Kingdom Come app, is available from your mobile phone app store.
Prayer and Care
One of the Key themes for Thy Kingdom Come this year is prayer and care.
It’s been great to see how people have shown love and kindness, serving and loving the most vulnerable, during this unprecedented time.
This year, as we pray for those we know and love to become followers of Jesus, how might we also demonstrate this (in keeping with social distancing guidelines)?
This could be as simple as praying, asking God, ‘Who do you want me to connect with today’, and then calling or messaging that person to ask ‘how are you?’. Who knows where these spirit-led conversations might lead.