Thy Kingdom Come
The Lord's Prayer is probably the most widely known and best loved of all prayers. As part of the international interdenominational prayer initiative ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ for ten days from Thursday 10th May (Ascension Day) to Sunday 20th May (Pentecost) Christ Church will be set up with interactive prayer stations, each of which will explore one part of the Lord’s Prayer. These will be accessible for children and adults and will help participants better understand and appreciate the familiar words of the Lord's Prayer. Church will be open 9am-5pm and the stations will be available for you to come and use during these times. For more information and prayer ideas to use individually or as a family see http://www.thykingdomcome.global.
And then on Saturday 19th May 2018 at St Albans Cathedral, the opportunity to be part of something bigger as Christians of all denominations are invited to celebrate and pray. Thy Kingdom Come Beacon Celebration Event –Everyone Welcome – Entry is Free! We are delighted that Archbishop Justin Welby will be joining us. Prayer stations and activities (led by Dave Martin and the youth group) will run from 4pm with the service from 6.30pm. This intergenerational and interdenominational celebration is one of many Thy Kingdom Come events taking place around the country and will be a collaboration between Soul Survivor Watford, local and national youth organisations, the Diocese of St Albans and ecumenical partners, and the Cathedral.
The Celebration will be the culmination of Thy Kingdom Come’s ten days of prayer. All are welcome, do come if you are able as this is set to be a really special time together.