Presiding Bishop’s video leads worldwide prayer campaign Thy Kingdom Come

[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] On May 25, Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry leads the Thy Kingdom Come videos for the Worldwide Anglican Communion. Thy Kingdom Come is a campaign initiated by Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby calling for prayer by individuals, congregations and families.

Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray between Ascension Day – May 25 – and Pentecost – June 4 – for more people to come to know Jesus.  #ThyKingdomCome

Presiding Bishop Curry’s video is also here.

#ToJesus – The Most Reverend Michael Curry – 25 May 2017 from Thy Kingdom Come on Vimeo.

A new inspirational video message featuring a different religious leader each day will be presented throughout Thy Kingdom Come.

  • May 25 #ToJesus: The Most Rev. Michael Curry, presiding bishop and primate, the Episcopal Church
  • May 26 #Praise: His Eminence Christoph Cardinal Schonborn, archbishop of Vienna
  • May 27 #Thanks: The Most Rev. Paul Kwong, archbishop of Hong Kong
  • May 28 #Sorry: The Ven. Liz Adekunle, archdeacon of Hackney, London
  • May 29 #Offer: The Rt. Rev. Griselda Delgado del Carpio, bishop of Cuba
  • May 30 #PrayFor: The Most. Rev. Fred Hiltz, archbishop and primate, the Anglican Church of Canada
  • May 31 #Help: The Most Rev. John Sentamu, archbishop of York and primate of England
  • June 1 #Adore: The Rev. Roger Walton, president, British Methodist Conference
  • June 2 #Celebrate: His Grace Bishop Angaelos, general bishop, the Coptic Orthodox Church in the United Kingdom
  • June 3 #Silence: Br. Keith Nelson, the Society of St. John the Evangelist
  • June 4 #ThyKingdomCome: The Most Rev. and Rt. Hon. Justin Welby, archbishop of Canterbury and primate of All England

All videos will be available here

Pledge2Pray

Sign-up to participate in Pledge2Pray here or here.

Prayer resources for individuals, congregations and/or families can be downloaded at no fee here.

Resources and information

A wide selection of resources and information are available to participate in many ways in Thy Kingdom Come:

• Episcopal Church and Thy Kingdom Come here

• Thy Kingdom Come here

• Prayer resources that can be downloaded at no fee are here

• Join the Facebook page here

• A Prayer Journal to record thoughts, prayers and ideas throughout Thy Kingdom Come; for young people and adults. Download at no fee here.

• “Episcopal Church’s sense of prayer aids ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ campaign” by Episcopal News Service here

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