Thy Kingdom Come

Our annual wave of prayer from Ascension to Pentecost. There are opportunities for both corporate and personal prayer during this time – and we know that prayer is more important than ever at this time!

Please visit to Thy Kingdom Come to download resources, to add yourself to the ‘light up the world’  prayer map, and to hear the 2020 TKC hymn.  

More Downloadable resources

Thy Kingdom Come app – with prayers, podcasts, videos, readings and reflections (from SPCK) 

DP for TKC app – with daily prayer liturgies for personal and corporate prayer (from Aimer Media)

TKC MAP AR app –  Family Prayer Adventure with digital maps, augmented reality, podcasts, prayer journal and more.  Please print the attached map first in order to use the app.

Family Prayer Adventure Map

You might also want to download the additional resources to go with the app on the Families page

Smart Speakers

If you have Alexa or Google Home, you can ‘ask the Church of England for today’s Thy Kingdom Come’ to hear a short service of Prayer During the Day (before 7pm) or Night Prayer (after 7pm

Services and Events

Every day from 22nd May to 30th May

Morning Prayer at 9.00 on Facebook Live

Compline at 7.00pm on Facebook Live

Saturday 23rd May at 10.00am

24 hour prayer vigil begins. Please contact Rev. Rachel dale to sign up for an hour (or more) so that we can cover the whole 24 hours.

Prayer Vigil resources

Sunday 24th May at 10.00am Prayer vigil ends

Tuesday 26th May at 9.30am Zoom Prayers for TKC Click on link then contact Rev. Rachel Dale for an invitation to the meeting

Saturday May 30th at 10.00am Messy Pentecost Craft, songs and bible stories; craft will use things you already have around the house.

Saturday May 30th at 11.00am Quiet Day Reflections Reflections will be broadcast at 11.00am, 12.00am, 1.00pm, and 2.00pm, with guidance for quiet space in between. The day concludes with a service from the Iona Community at 3.00pm

Sunday May 31st at 9.30am Phone in Morning Prayer

Phone In Morning Prayer

Sunday May 31st at 10.30am Pentecost Eucharist