THY KINGDOM COME Online
13th – 21st May 2021: How are you praying?
While gathered churches are still restricted, the church is still active in prayer, mission and service to our communities.
Please join us between 13th -23rd May 2021 for Thy Kingdom Come Online to pray that people will know more of Jesus in their lives.
There’s a new song for 2021 here:
For our local programme, please do keep an eye on your inboxes and social media feeds!
Get involved in any way, online or outdoors or in your own churches and communities in a safe way.
Resources will be available through various web, email and social media and the other communication channels of Churches Together in Hertfordshire, Churches Together in Bedfordshire, Bedfordshire, Essex and Hertfordshire Methodist District, Central Baptist Association, the Coptic Orthodox Church, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Westminster and the Diocese of St Albans.
We’d love you to get involved in your local area and share with us and others what is happening through your own social media networks. Find @TKCBedsHerts on Facebook and #TKCBedsHerts on Twitter
Our theme for 2021: “How are you praying?”
This year the ecumenical Thy Kingdom Come Planning Group for Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire has worked with lay and clergy contributors from across Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire to inspire people to pray together, ‘Thy Kingdom Come’. This year we are asking you to share with us the answer to the question “How are you praying?” and local people will be sharing the riches of how they pray and serve others in a number of different ways:
- Daily Prayers from Regional Church Leader
Short daily prayers and thoughts from regional church leaders from across the traditions.
- Daily Reflections from people across Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire
Short prayers and reflections prepared by local people and families from across the traditions.
- Come Together Online To Pray Thy Kingdom Come – an Online Service of Prayer
On 19th May at 7.30pm all are welcome to join in prayer online.
In an event facilitated by Rev. Dr David Chapman, Chair of the Methodist District there will be a short service of prayer led by Bishop Paul McAleenan of the Catholic Diocese of Westminster with the support by the Venerable Dave Middlebrook, Archdeacon of Bedford and Dr Lynn Bassett.
Following the short service there will be a time of open prayer. Please do join us! Book online to get details of how to join in.
The ‘Thy Kingdom Come ecumenical planning group is grateful for the support of all our ecumenical partners in coming together in planning, preparation and prayer.