On-line service ending the chain of prayer “Thy Kingdom Come 2020” during which we can listen to a sermon by the Bishop of Rome, Pope Francis, who was invited by the Archbishop of Canterbury to preach specially for us.
A poem by Fiona Lloyd from Christians Against Poverty.
Enjoy a little reflection on a great Irish (Celtic) saint, Kevin of Glendalough.
Thank you so much for being involved in Thy Kingdom Come 2020. We pray and hope the great wave of prayer we have seen, nationally and internationally, will result in many more people coming to faith. This morning’s beautiful service includes contributions from Pope Francis, Archbishop Justin, Archbishop Sentamu, Archbishop Angaelos, Pastor Agu, Methodist Youth … Read more
Su Reid’s reflection on Josephine Butler who is commemorated today in the Church of England.
Light up the World in Prayer ‘I prayed to God that you are my protection, only you can deliver me.’ Hear from three Christian Armed Service workers on keeping the faith in tough times. Reflection and music by Richard Bradshaw.
A reflection on the Venerable Bede by Su Reid.
Holy Communion from St. Botolph’s Church, Carlton in Cleveland