The Thy Kingdom Come cycle of prayer ends with a short open-air service at 4.00pm on the Lower Green (near the flagpole) Hutton Rudby. Everyone is very welcome.
Light up the World with Prayer Our nine days of prayer open and close with reflections for Ascension Day and Pentecost Sunday to help you prepare and give thanks to God. Before you start Prayerfully choose five people to pray for, and pray during these 11 days that they would know the transforming love … Read more
Thy Kingdom Come looked different this year due to COVID-19. But still, Christians in more than 170 countries gathered online, bowed their knees in prayer and lifted their voices in hope as we all prayed, Thy Kingdom Come! We hope that you enjoy this year’s wrap-up video, which gives just a taste of all that … Read more
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.
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
His Holiness Pope Francis
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.
Watch Methodist Youth president, Thelma Commey, share her experience of reflecting God’s love through praying for and serving others.
Day 5 of Thy Kingdom Come, with prayers by a member of Hutton Rudby LEP. We can still be used to house the greatest treasure of all when we offer up our lives to God.’ Watch ‘Eye Can Talk’ Author, Jonathan Bryan’s powerful testimony.