Come and celebrate Thy Kingdom Come at St Paul’s 2018
The focus of the evening will be prayer: for justice, for our neighbours and for us as we share our faith.
Sung worship will be led by Noel Robinson and the excellent St Paul’s Cathedral Choir.
We are excited to welcome a diversity of speakers to help us unpack our three themes:
• Angus Ritchie, from Centre for Theology & Community, on ‘seeking justice’
• Lucy Winkett, of Radio 4’s Thought for the Day fame, on ‘loving our neigbour’
• Denis Adide, of Christ Church W4, on ‘sharing our faith’
Thy Kingdom Come was established in 2016 by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York to encourage Christians to spend more time in prayer in the run-up to Pentecost.
The first year saw over 100,000 Christians take part in services around the UK.
Now it has grown into a global movement.
The beacon event at St Paul’s Cathedral on 19 May will start at 7.30pm.
Individual and group tickets must be reserved to guarantee a seat.
Some unreserved tickets may be available on the night on a first come, first served basis.
The Cathedral doors open at 7.00pm.