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Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement inviting Christians around the world to pray between Ascension and Pentecost, 30th May to 9th June, for people to come to know Jesus Christ.
It began as an invitation from the Archbishop of Canterbury, but has grown into an international and ecumenical call to prayer across 85 countries.

I hope that every Charge in our Diocese will be willing to take part, using some of the resources developed for for individuals, families and churches.
- by having a simple daily moment of prayer in each church or by individual members from 30th May to 9th June.
- by including Thy Kingdom Come in Sunday worship on 2nd June.
- by praying for this with other Christian churches (the Church of Scotland is also signed up to Thy Kingdom Come).
- by encouraging people to sign up to receive a daily email with a Bible reading and podcast.
- by praying with one of the Anglican Communion Dioceses with which we will soon be developing a partnership link, is the Diocese of Amazonia in Brazil. Bishop Marinez has suggested that on Sunday 2nd June congregations in both our Dioceses might prayer for Thy Kingdom Come in their own Diocese, but also in the other Diocese.
Bishop Ian