Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement with Christians around the world praying from Ascension to Pentecost for more people to come to know Jesus Christ.
This year Churches Together in Essex & East London (CTEEL) is grateful to Chelmsford Cathedral for supporting Christians in the region to participate in the Thy Kingdom Come cycle of prayer so we can join together from Thursday 21 May until Sunday 31 May 2020 to pray Thy Kingdom Come. Everyone from every denomination is invited to participate – individuals, families and churches.
Each day there will be morning prayer, a lunchtime reflection from different clergy and then evening prayer based on the theme and resources produced by Thy Kingdom Come live streamed from Cathedral’s Facebook page:
and their YouTube channel
7:45 am Morning Prayer
12 noon Short reflections in a range of different styles from different church leaders
5:15 pm Evening Prayer
There will also be a simple Communion and Reflection
On Ascension Day, 21st , at 12 noon
and Pentecost Sunday, 31st at 10:30 am.
Please share this information within your Churches Together Groups and in church notices to encourage people to pray together as one in Christ Jesus during Thy Kingdom Come.
With every blessing,
Jacqui King, County Ecumenical Officer
Stuart C Sadler, Administrative Officer
Churches Together in Essex & East London (CTEEL)