Sunday 16th May 2021 10:49
Thy Kingdom Come is a nationwide prayer initiative that runs from Ascension Day on Thursday 13th May until Pentecost on Sunday 23rd May. There will be various opportunities to pray in a variety of ways:
For each day of Thy Kingdom Come via the Thy Kingdom Come Prayer Journal.
Online every day and in person on Saturday's 15th and 22nd at St Barnabas and Wednesday 19th May at St Mary’s. Why not make a commitment to join us in person?
On Friday 21st from 7pm until 9pm and Saturday 22nd May from 10.30 until 5pm there will be Covid-secure prayer stations suitable for all ages to come along and pray at St Barnabas. Take as long or as short a time as you have to come and pray for our churches, our community, our nation and our world.
Every day (except Sundays) there will be fun prayer activities for children behind Cafe 46 from 11am-12noon. Please bring your (or someone else's!) children along and invite anyone who might be interested. Weekdays the activities will be aimed at pre-schoolers, on Saturdays they will be aimed at children up to 11. Parents do need to stay please. There's no need to book, although it will help plan if you let me know you're coming along: email@example.com Here is the full line up:
|Monday 17th May||The woman with a gift|
|Tuesday 18th May||The armour of God|
|Wednesday 19th May||Hidden treasure|
|Thursday 20th May||Jesus stops a storm|
|Friday 21st May||Come to the party|
|Saturday 22nd May||Pentecost|
There are loads more activities including an escape room idea and Cheeky Panda Videos available via the Thy Kingdom Come website.