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Thy Kingdom Come 2019

Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray for more people to come to know Jesus.

Pentecost Sunday (9 June) marks the end of ten days of prayer across the UK and beyond led by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York. The Thy Kingdom Come prayer movement invites Christians throughout the world to pledge to pray for more people to come to faith from Easter Day to Pentecost. 

What started in 2016 as an invitation from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York to the Church of England has grown into an international and ecumenical call to prayer.

Parishes are invited to take up this challenge with a wide range of ecumenical prayer initiatives, which will culminate in diocesan events being held in Dudley and Worcester.

Please do let us know what events you might be planning!

Diocesan events on Sunday 9 June

Praying for Dudley

Amid the ruins of Dudley Priory, Christians from all denominations will be gathering to pray for the Borough of Dudley. If the weather allows, the afternoon will start with a picnic before the event and from 2.30pm there will be a dedicated time of worship and prayer. A number of faith leaders will share their own testimonies and there will be an opportunity to pray for different groups of people who live and work in the Borough.

2.30 - 4pm Priory Park, DY1 4EU

Alive: Worcestershire

Families in Worcestershire are getting their own event this year with a worship concert at Worcester Arena! Alive: Worcestershire is a fun, high energy concert taking place from 3-5pm. It will be led by iSingPop and Shell Perris with a special guest appearance from Rob Parsons.

3-5pm (Doors open 2.15pm) Tickets: £4 (0-3s free) Family ticket: £15 Tickets are available from 01905 544444 or www.ticketline.co.uk/alive-worcestershire

Thy Kingdom Come in Worcester

Following the Alive concert, Christians from across Worcestershire will be gathering at Worcester Arena from 7.30pm to praise God and pray for more people to come to faith. All are welcome to come along to worship together and to hear guest speaker, evangelist Canon J John. We hope the arena will be packed out with all those who love God, whatever their denomination!

7.30-9pm (Doors open 6.45pm) No ticket required - just come and join us!

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