Let’s light up the world!

Let’s light up the world with Prayer! Click here to follow the link and to play your part

As we enter the period between Ascension and Pentecost, we are called upon to join with Christians all over the world to light up the world with prayer. On the Thy Kingdom Come website, there is a ‘Light up the world’ in prayer section with a whole suite of resources to equip you to encourage others to pray and shine their light.

One of these activities, is a map of the world which will fill with light as each individual, family and church commit to pray. Will you play your part, as we pray for the light of Christ to penetrate the darkness across the globe? Click here to follow the link and add some light to the world!

The brand new Thy Kingdom Come App is now available to download straight to your device.

The award winning app is full of the daily videos, Bible readings, reflections, podcasts from Professor NT Wright and a special section for you to ‘Pray for 5’.

The app will further enhance your spiritual devotions during these 9 days of prayer.
Don’t miss out, download the free app today!

Android Version: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/thy-kingdom-come/id1377639052
Apple Version: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/thy-kingdom-come/id1377639052


Chaplain Revd. Paul Brice, practising to sing along with the Hallelujah Chorus on the BBC Ascension Day service on Radio 4, 21:00 CET Thursday Evening.

Don’t forget to tune into the special Ascension day service on BBC Radio 4 at 21:00 CET this Evening.
(Click here to follow the link to the Prayer and Worship page for more information).
Some of you may even have recorded yourself singing along to the Hallelujah Chorus to join with the virtual choir, like our Chaplain Paul has done.
Which syllable of Hallelujah do you think he is singing in the photo?


For more information abut the Thy Kingdom Come initiative, visit https://www.thykingdomcome.global

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