PRAY: ‘Thy Kingdom Come’
Thy Kingdom Come
is a global prayer movement from Thursday 30th May to Sunday June 9th (Ascension to Pentecost) that invites Christians around the world to pray for more people to come to know Jesus.
KPC is once again responding to this call to prayer in various ways:
Contemporary worship evening
on Thursday 30th May 7.30 – 9.00pm in St John’s Hall
Daily Morning Prayer
Monday 3rd June to Friday 7th June at 9.00am in St Anne’s Cottage
followed by Prayer Walk
from church doors at 9.30 – Come to either or both.
Evening of prayer
on Wednesday 5th June 8.00 – 9.00pm in St John’s Hall
Creative Prayer in St Anne’s Cottage
Drop in between 7am & 7pm Monday 3rd to Thursday 6th June (all ages welcome)
48 hours continuous prayer in St Anne’s Cottage
from 7am Friday 7th June to 7am Sunday 9th June.
Please sign up for a 1 hour slot or sign up on the list after services.
Prayer in St Anne’s Cottage
At St Anne’s cottage (next to the Guild house, 1713 High Street), there are lots of creative and active ways to pray, or to be just quiet and listen. A lot of people have said that they find it very helpful to go into St Anne’s and set aside some time to pray there without the usual distractions. We hope that you will also find it encouraging to be part of a wider prayer community.
How can I get involved?
- Use this link to book an hour slot, or more slots, to pray.
- You will then receive a confirmation email with all the necessary information (e.g. key…).
- You will also receive an email reminder Save & Exit 24 hours before your prayer slot.
Using the link to book your slot will help others to see who is praying when and also whether St Anne’s might be booked at a certain time by the youth or a small group. However, please feel free to just pop into St Anne’s and spend some time in prayer there without signing up especially.
If you want to speak to anyone about prayer please contact Martin Clarke or Alex Simpson via the Parish Office: firstname.lastname@example.org 01564 779123
What do we mean when we pray Thy Kingdom Come?’ – Archbishop Justin Welby with Gavin Calver and Peter Martin