Thy Kingdom Come
The global prayer campaign Thy Kingdom Come has launched new elements, including ‘Prayer and Care’, in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
A global prayer movement, characterised by mass public gatherings and worship, has been radically revamped due to Covid-19.
Thy Kingdom Come has been tailored to enable churches, families and individuals to pray and worship in their homes, through a suite of adapted resources, in line with social distancing guidelines.
Now in its fifth year, the movement – which began as a call to prayer for evangelisation within the Anglican Communion in the period from Ascension to Pentecost – now draws thousands of Christians together, across different denominations and traditions, to pray for their friends, family and neighbours to come to know the love of Jesus.
For the first time this year, Christians are not only encouraged to pray for others to know the love of Christ, but to also practically demonstrate their love and care through action during the 11 days, an initiative called ‘Prayer and Care’.
In addition to this, the campaign has also developed several new ‘Thy Kingdom Come despite Lockdown’ resources to equip people to worship at home.
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