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As a church, we’re delighted to participate in Thy Kingdom Come (TKC) from May 21-31. Begun by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York in 2016, TKC is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray during the 11 days from Ascension to Pentecost for more people to come to know Jesus.

Last year, Christians from 172 countries and 65 denominations participated in praying, “Thy Kingdom Come”.
This year, as a church, we’re inviting everyone to:

1.      Pray each day for 5 people of your choice to know the love of Jesus Christ as Lord

2.      Participate in our 3 days of 24 hour prayer from 8pm Wednesday 27 to 8pm Saturday 30 May. 
       
3.      On Pentecost Sunday, 31 May, worship together at either our 9am or 11am ‘At Home’ services
         on the church YouTube channel (SGSGAshtead) or via the church website.

4.      Attend the Diocesan Beacon event at 6pm on Sunday 31 May on their YouTube channel Diocese of Guildford

To help you in prayer:
 
TKC - phone 1. Download the TKC app on your smartphone.  This app enables you to choose your 5 people to pray for and also provides daily video, bible readings, reflections and podcasts from NT Wright to help you.


 
TKC - Prayer journal thumb TKC Novena 2. Download a ‘Prayer Journal’ and/or a ‘Novena’ (daily reflection with artwork) from www.thykingdomcome.global.







 



















3. Download the ‘augmented reality Family Prayer Adventure Map’ from www.thykingdomcome.global.  This is a wonderful resource for children and adults.  Check out the video here. 

4. Light up the world in prayer (digitally) by demonstrating your commitment to pray by submitting your entry to Pledge2Pray on www.thykingdomcome.global

5. Young people can be encourage by watching these videos, starting with one from Guvna B, about engaging with Jesus through prayer Thy Kingdom Come Youth Playlist

Thank you for sharing in our prayer, “Thy Kingdom Come”.
 

Richard Jones, 14/05/2020