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/ 11 April 2017

Thy Kingdom Come events

This year, between Ascension and Pentecost, we are joining in the global wave of prayer: Thy Kingdom Come, to see more people come to know Jesus Christ. You may have already seen that during the week 25 May – 4 June we are hosting two diocesan events at St Paul’s Cathedral, and are also warmly encouraging individual churches to take part in hosting their own prayer events during the week using resources provided online.

Messy Cathedral: Monday 29 May

During the Half Term holiday, why not bring your children to the Cathedral for this fun family event? Messy Church is a form of church for children and adults that involves creativity, celebration and hospitality. It is a fast growing ministry that engages and builds relationship with thousands of people outside of the usual church context. Come and bring your family on Bank Holiday Monday, to enjoy and discover new ways to pray! Book your space here.

London Beacon Event: Saturday 3 June

Similarly to last year, we are gathering together as a Diocese at the Cathedral on the eve of Pentecost to celebrate the Week of Prayer, and to continue in prayer for more and more people in London to come to know Jesus. You can register for tickets for this event at www.thykingdomcomelondon.eventbrite.co.uk, come along with your church family, friends, or come alone and join the crowd as we worship and pray together in celebration.

Please do share these events with your congregations, and if you are planning your own prayer event during the week, do let us know on Twitter @dioceseoflondon or by e: capitalvision2020@nulllondon.anglican.org.

Download some ideas on how to take part.

Resources

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About Gemma White

Gemma is the Capital Vision 2020 Assistant at the Diocese of London; she is also a musical and visual artist and is part of the Creatives Network.

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