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.
Join a great wave of prayer.
26 May – 5 June 2022.
With the great challenges faced by so many over the last few years, the various Thy Kingdom Come resources have been redesigned to be a real help to the Church in the current times. With resources for a gathered, online, or hybrid approach, for use in churches, schools or in the home. Whatever age or tradition, we have resources that will spiritually nourish and encourage all.
Visit the TKC website for the latest resources: Thy Kingdom Come website
⭐️ TKC 2022 is just a few days away, and we are expectant to see what God will do!
Watch and share the wonderful trailer for this year’s movement!
— Thy Kingdom Come (@thykingdom_come) May 23, 2022
There are resources for children, for young people, resources suitable for use in schools colleges and youth groups and at home.
In Gloucester City, Christians are being asked to pray for different city organisations, churches and themes each day —>
In the Forest Deanery, churches are joining in 48 hours of continuous prayer, either online, in local prayer rooms or in the prayer room in Bream. Sign up here –>
The Way – resources for young people
The Way produces faith-based video content, made by young people and for young people. The Way’s video series on prayer is available to watch on their social channels now and there will be a discussion guide for youth groups and schools to use with the videos during Thy Kingdom Come.
The Way will also release exclusive new videos on prayers and gifts of the spirit during Thy Kingdom Come.
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 →
Watch the Presidents of Churches Together in England explain why they united behind Thy Kingdom Come back in 2017: