Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement which the Archbishop of Canterbury is inviting people around the world to join. He is calling on Christians to pray that people might know Jesus Christ during a focused time between Ascension and Pentecost.
Thy Kingdom Come – 10 – 20 May 2018
Click the links below for information about prayer events across Chester for your information and encouragement
You are invited to consider how you and your family might engaged in some prayer over these 11 days, this could involve getting along to some of these opportunities and/or engaging in some prayer as a family or with friends.
Please note the following dates
Friday 11 May – Ignite Youth Event with TKC2018 focus at Festival Church
Sunday 13 May – Encounter evening with baptism at Hoole Lighthouse Centre
Monday 14 May – Prayer Watch Special at The Melbourne Centre, Melbourne Rd, Blacon. Please join the Prayer Watch Team for an evening if worship and prayer.
Friday 18 May – 24 hrs of Worship at the The Melbourne Centre. Starts at 7pm with HBC Chester leading the 1st hour.
There are still some slots available for people who would like to be part of the 24 hours of prayer in the Melbourne Centre, and for those who would like to commit to being involved during (part of!) the night of walking the walls, so please ask people to get in touch if they are interested.
Thy Kingdom Come Beacon Event
Date: 20th May 2018
Time: 18:30 – 20:00
Venue: Chester Cathedral
Worship will be led by Lou Fellingham, who is an internationally known worship leader. Lou has a firmly-established ministry and is well-known for her prophetic edge, distinctive voice and unwavering energy to see lives changed through the power of music and word. With a heart that longs for people to know God and his outrageous love, Lou is tireless in her pursuit to write and record powerful songs and to lead people in singing truth that lifts their heads and stirs their hearts. Her critically acclaimed albums are packed with inspiring melodies wrapped around God with exalting lyrics to remind us of who He is and who He has made us to be.
Bishop Peter and Bishop Keith will also be joining us along with young people from all across the region, some of who will share testimony having just completed a weekend of prayer and pilgrimage called The Journey, some who will dance before the Lord and others who will sing their praises.
Please do book tickets early as last year we reached maximum capacity in the Cathedral.