As you would expect Thy Kingdom Come looked very different in 2020. The main theme was ‘Prayer and Care’.


Care for those you are praying for, pray for those you are caring for.   


Many of us may already be caring for people right now but not yet praying for them. Would you commit to praying for them during this time?

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.

This praying together has been across our diversity and differences as every person, household and church are encouraged to pray in their own way. Whilst an astonishing 92% of people said they were praying for family and friends to come to faith in Jesus, and 40% of those taking part in 2019 did so for the first time, we recognise there is much more we can do together to help Thy Kingdom Come be fully in the lifeblood of the Church.

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There are lots of fantastic resources available including this brilliant Digital Family Prayer Adventure Map check out the video explaining exactly how it all works.

Theres also a downloadable Prayer Journal & the Novena Booklet – Listening on the Way – Nine days of prayer. Each day’s reflection invites us to pause and purposefully invite the Holy Spirit to engage with us through art, scripture and prayer.

The free app for iOS and Android – containing audio for Morning, Evening, Day and Night Prayer from the booklet for all 11 days. The app has been updated with 2020 Sunday psalms and readings and a new feature that allows you to set reminders for any or all the services at times that suit you.

A podcast – featuring all eight hours of the Daily Prayer for Thy Kingdom Come audio is available on this page as well as via iTunes, Spotify and other podcast providers.

Smart speaker – from Thursday 21 May (Ascension Day), you can also get Alexa and Google Home to ‘Ask the Church of England for today’s Thy Kingdom Come’ to hear a short service of Prayer During the Day (before 7pm) and Night Prayer (after 7pm) throughout the 11 days.