Thy Kingdom Come
Ordinarily we join in this international prayer event organised by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York by walking round the boundary of of our parish on Pentecost Sunday, praying for all who live here.
Rev'd Carol is preparing a video to remind people that the church is more than just a building, and we're still together in spirit and prayer.
If you'd like to appear in it, please email a picture or short video clip to her. Ideally it'll be you doing what you'd normally be getting up to around the house.
Rev'd Peter is hoping to use some of the images to make a poster to display in our windows to show people they are being prayed for.
Due to the Covid situation, we're unable to organise a gathering to do a prayer walk together, instead we're asking everyone to choose a road (or two, or a few!) in the parish to walk along during their daily exercise and pray for the people living there.
This is a list of the roads in the parish. (Updated 26/5/20)
When you've decided which you'd like to pray for, email Rev'd Peter so he knows that one is covered. He'll update the list daily, taking out those that someone has volunteered to pray for.
Talks on prayer
If you're not feeling confident in prayer, from Monday to Thursday of the Thy Kingdom Come Week (25th-28th), members of the worship leading team are be putting up talks on different types of prayer:
How to pray part 1- The Lord's Prayer & silent prayer.
How to pray part 2- Ignatian prayer.
How to pray part 3- Celtic prayer.
How to pray part 4- Praying with the Psalms
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