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Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement, which invites Christians around the world to pray between Ascension and Pentecost for more people to come to know Jesus Christ. What started out as an invitation from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York in 2016 to the Church of England has grown into an international and ecumenical call to prayer.

St Paul’s Cathedral hosted two events as part of Thy Kingdom Come in 2017: a Messy Cathedral on 29 May for children, and beacon event on 3 June.

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Procession at St Paul's Cathedral as part of 'Messy Cathedral'.
/ 7 April 2017

Messy May

Coming up at the end of May – Messy Cathedral! Martyn Payne, from the Messy Church team, shares the plans for this exciting day.


Thy Kingdom Come kit
/ 31 March 2017

Thy Kingdom Come resources for you, your family and your church

Alex Taylor reviews the resources available to help you, your family and your church join in with Thy Kingdom Come, the global wave of prayer and worship coming up in May.


Thy Kingdom Come logo
/ 22 February 2017

Thy Kingdom Come 2017

Join the global wave of prayer 25 May – 4 June. Pray as a church, pray as an individual, pray as a family. Join us at St Paul’s Cathedral or invite people to pray with you in your own church.


Prayer and Evangelism evening, with the Bishop of Edmonton, Rt Revd Rob Wickham
/ 20 May 2016

The voice of prayer is never silent

Over 65 churches across the Diocese let us know what they had planned for the Week of Prayer before Pentecost. Here are the stories from just a few of them.


Under the Dome, looking at the Quire
/ 16 May 2016

Beacon event at St Paul’s spreads prayer throughout London

Two thousand Christians gathered on the eve of Pentecost at St Paul’s Cathedral for an evening of worship and prayer for their fellow Londoners, as part of a national celebration of prayer.


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