Thy Kingdom Come 2020

Published: February 26, 2020
Archbishop Justin Wleby launches Thy Kingdom Come 2020
On Tuesday February 25, Archbishop Justin launched Thy Kingdom Come 2020 at Lambeth Palace

Join a great wave of prayer

Thy Kingdom Come logo for diocese 2018
2020 Resources:
Some brilliant new resources for this year include prayer booklets for various denominations, and a great new interactive adventure map for schools.
More about the adventure map
Order booklets and resources online
National website

TKC on Facebook
@ThyKingdom_Come on twitter
Get in touch with Julie Fay

Thy Kingdom Come logo for diocese 2018

The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have invited parishes across England to join a great wave of prayer between Ascension and Pentecost – May 21 to May 31 2020.

Five Ways to Get Involved
An update from the Revd Canon Chris Russell

Thy Kingdom Come aims to:

  • Encourage people to pray, all around the globe
  • Ask people to pray, daily, for five of their friends to come to know Jesus Christ.

Sharing faith stories:

 

What will you pray for? Watch our videos

Bishop Robert explains why he’ll be pledging to pray:

 


‘Light up the World’ can be found online at www.thykingdomcome.global/lightuptheworld. Put simply – when you register an event or pledge to pray, your local area will light up. As more people commit to prayer so more of the country will be lit up – showing the spread of prayer over our parishes, dioceses and nation.

 

Praying around the world

View full live map of the prayer counter
More about our global partners

Thy Kingdom Come map around the world prayer

 

Video resources:

Archbishop Justin Welby’s journey to faith – Thy Kingdom Come

Watch Archbishop Justin’s introduction:

View on youtube →

View ‘Helping Christians to share their faith’ on youtube →

See also:

Watch the Presidents of Churches Together in England explain why they united behind Thy Kingdom Come back in 2017:

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