“During Thy Kingdom Come 2024 pray that the Spirit may make Jesus’s prayer for unity amongst his disciples a reality. I encourage churches of all denominations to join together and pray together as a visible witness to our common faith.” – The Archbishop of York

This year #ThyKingdomCome runs from the 9th to 19th of May. From Ascension to Pentecost, don’t miss the opportunity to unite with thousands of Christians, as we pray for more people to know the hope and love of Jesus.

Since it began in May 2016, Thy Kingdom Come (TKC) has developed into a movement which unites more than a million Christians in prayer, in nearly 90% of countries worldwide, across 85 different denominations and traditions – so that friends and family, neighbours and colleagues might come to faith in Jesus Christ. Every person, household and church is encouraged to pray during the 11 days in their own way.

Let’s join in Lighting Up the World in Prayer – find out more here www.thykingdomcome.global

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