Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray from Ascension to Pentecost for more people to come to know Jesus.
Since its start in May 2016, just three and a half years ago, God has grown Thy Kingdom Come from a dream of possibility into a movement. In 2019 Christians from 172 countries took part in praying ‘Come Holy Spirit’, so that friends and family, neighbours and colleagues might come to faith in Jesus Christ.
There is a lot of information and resources to be found online. Click on the links below to start exploring.
Below you will find links to the articles in this month’s magazine.
Intro from the Rectory
Queen Elizabeth ll’s speech, April 5th 2020
All Saints Church, Mettingham
Barsham newsletter May 20 and FoodBank
ISOLATION by Betty Warnes
Life in the Convent at Ditchingham
News from Connected Church (Tearfund)
One day in September
Parish Giving / QuietWaters
Poem by Pam Ayres
Prayer List for May 2020/a>
Quotes and poems
Rainbow colouring poster
Thy Kingdom Come 2020 for May 2020
To make you smile
Click here for the diocesan page containing links to online resources within the diocese.
Don’t feel alone in Lockdown!
A free phone line of hymns, prayers and reflections has been set up by the Church of England and is available 24/7
The number is 0800 804 8044
Please pass this on to anyone who may not have access to the internet.
Click here for the latest church video from Deiniol Morgan, a chat, chatter, and a short service for Easter 4.
Click here to view the video of Revd Deiniol Morgan talking to Ian Byrne, Rector of Bungay Benefice, followed by this week’s service with sermon by Father John Fellows.
Revd Deiniol Morgan and his family have kindly taken the trouble to provide an opportunity to engage with them in a service of morning prayer for the 2nd Sunday of Easter. It is an eighteen minute video clip and includes music by Bryn, readings, a hymn and an address. We hope you enjoy it; and many thanks to Deiniol, Helen and “The Lads” for taking the time to produce this.
Bishop Martin’s Easter Message.