Information on Thy Kingdom Come 2020
In this bulletin, you will find a series of links to Thy Kingdom Come 2020 (TKC) resources and information.
This year, the North East’s Ecumenical Thy Kingdom Come content is hosted by St Thomas’ in Newcastle. Please visit the website for all the latest information: https://stthomas.church/thykingdomcome
The page will be updated daily from Ascension – Thursday 21st May 2020.
A MESSAGE FROM BISHOP PAUL
I had been expecting to spend this year’s Thy Kingdom Come period walking and praying along The Way of Love, The Way of Learning and The Way of Light. I was greatly looking forward to being with fellow pilgrims on each route. This will now wait until 2021 I trust.
Thy Kingdom Come has become a fabulous international, yet deeply local, prayer initiative. We pray for friends to discover God’s love for them. We pray for God’s transforming love to keep changing our world, and us. Prayer unites us. So from personal prayer to joining in virtual prayer spaces (I know Darlington, Gateshead and Gateshead West have these), using daily reflections and joining in together on Pentecost afternoon, I am sure this year’s different TKC will be wonderful with the theme Prayer and Care.
Pentecost was like an explosion of the Spirit as the first followers of Jesus stepped into their calling to be witnesses of Jesus in Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria and to the ends of the earth. The same Holy Spirit is still our dynamic power to be witnesses in our own day. May the wind of the Spirit blow on us, the fire of the Spirit burn in and from us; may we boldly tell the good news and pray God, Thy Kingdom Come.
- St Thomas’ NE Thy Kingdome Come page:
- Link to Thy Kingdom Come Prayer Journal:
- Link to Thy Kingdom Come Pray4Five friends resources:
- Link to Thy Kingdom Come website:
- Church of England TKC page:
- Diocese of Durham TKC page:
- Churches Together TKC page: