Thy Kingdom Come 2022 • How to get invovled

Girl praying alone in a Church

Thy Kingdom Come is a world-wide prayer movement, calling on Christians to pray for people to know the joy and peace of Jesus Christ and for God’s Kingdom to come and our world to be transformed. This global call to prayer takes place every year from Ascension (26 May) to Pentecost (5 June).

There is a fantastic range of resources for children, young people, adults and families, schools, churches and small groups to engage with as together we pray Thy Kingdom Come

TKC Offical Prayer App

Receive daily reflections and Bible readings that will draw you closer to God and help you pray for others.

The App is available to download in 6 Languages.

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Prayer Journal

The Prayer Journal will help you focus your personal prayers throughout Thy Kingdom Come.

This year’s journal has been prepared by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, and each day provides a short Bible verse, reflection, response and prayer to help you begin your time of intercession, alongside space for you to journal your own thoughts and requests.

Download the Journal here →

Resources for Children and Youth

Bright ideas to help families and young people pray together – including a Family Prayer Adventure Map and ever-popular Kingdom Kit as well as videos and reflections made for Children and Youth Groups.

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Ideas for use in your Church.

Access a range of resources and ideas to use in your church, from suggestions for prayer stations and 24-7 prayer to service templates and prayer journals for your congregation.

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Workplace Resources

Download a practical guide and resources to help you run Thy Kingdom Come in the workplace. This includes a workplace prayer diary, 28 prayer points for your congregation and more.

Find the Resources here →

Join the Beacon Event • Sun 5 June at 4.00pm

Join us on Pentecost Sunday for our Beacon Event to pray with God’s world-wide family for the coming of the Holy Spirit, the witness of the Church, and the outworking of God’s kingdom of justice and peace.

The Archbishop of Melbourne will preach at the service, with contributions from St Hilary’s Kew, Merri Creek – Fairfield Church Plant, Brimbank Anglican Church and St Paul’s Cathedral.

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For more resources and ideas to use by yourself or in your congregation can be found online here: