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Thy Kingdom Come

Join in the global wave of prayer. Click here.
Pledge 2 Pray as an individual, as a family, as a church. See the link below for resources.
Over 10 days (25th May-4th June), people around the world will be coming together to discover new ways of praying that their friends, family and neighbours come to know Jesus Christ.

"We are invited to make a lasting difference in our nations and in our world by responding to his call to find a deep unity of purpose in prayer" Archbishop Justin Welby.

Our Part to Play

As part of the Darlington District response we as a circuit are undertaking 24 hours of prayer on Ascension Day; 25 May. Watch this space for more details nearer the time.

Resources now available!

Click here to take a look at the brand new range of resources for Thy Kingdom Come 2017, available to download. These include ideas to help you pray as an individual, with your family and as a church.

Further resources designed by 'Roots' for 'Thy Kingdom Come' can be downloaded by clicking here.

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