Praying over Pentecost 

 

Thy Kingdom Come – Global wave of Prayer  13th - 23rd  May 202


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We’d love to encourage everyone to take part in this focus on prayer! At its heart, that prayer is for others to come to know Jesus and the eternal life that he offers.
There are lots of ideas and resources available online at www.thykingdomcome.global, or the simplest way to join in is via the App available on Apple App Store or Google Play

 
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There are lots of ideas for families!
Including the Adventure Prayer Map available from CPO at www.CPO.org
and the TKC MAP AR App to be able to use it and 11 great episodes with the Cheeky Pandas.
 
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24 hours of Continuous prayer –
 7pm Friday 21st May to 7pm Saturday 22nd May


We want to pray continuously for a whole day – half an hour at a time. Ray Horton is coordinating this, and can be contacted on raydhorton@aol.com 

We will be putting a sign-up form online on Friday 14th May for you to choose your time slot (or more than one) and we’ll email out the link on that day.

Prayer Gathering by zoom – 6.30-7pm  Saturday 22nd May
To the 24hours of prayer to a conclusion, we’ll hold a short gathering of prayer and worship over zoom (all being well!) led by some of the team. We’ll send the link for that out nearer the time. Do join us if you can!



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National Day of Prayer at Pentecost – Sunday 23rd May

We will be joining with Christian sisters and brothers across the UK to pray for our nation on the day that we celebrate the Spirit being poured out on the first Christian believers. We’ll link in to the morning event after our livestream – and then be together in worship and prayer at the same time as the afternoon event at 2pm 

See www.ndopw.com for more details.
 

Outdoor Worship for Pentecost

Join with us to worship together in person – and be able to sing at 2pm Sunday 23rd May in the church garden on the High Street!

Please arrive between 1.30pm and 2pm, bring your picnic chairs and your own refreshments.

Household/bubble positions will be marked out with a cane as we did last year to ensure we are appropriately distanced – but we are allowed to sing, and can chat to our neighbours. We’ll have live worship, some words of encouragement and time to pray.
Put it in your diaries-  and we look forward to seeing you in person!

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