Thy Kingdom Come - 21-31 May 2020
4 March 2020 by Mike Down

Thy Kingdom Come - 21-31 May 2020

Join the global wave of prayer calling all Christians to pray between Ascension and Pentecost for more people to come to know Jesus Christ.

It is our prayer that those who have not yet heard the Good News of Jesus Christ and his love for the world will hear it for themselves and respond to the invitation to follow Him. The central call of Thy Kingdom Come is to commit to pray for five people you know to encounter the transforming love of God in their own lives.

Website Resources

There are a wide range of inspiring and easy to use resources available to you on the Thy Kingdom Come website, and whatever church tradition you are or who is in your church, you’ll be able to find something you can use. There are prayer maps aimed at children and families, as well as daily prayer guides that will support quiet prayer and reflection. If you want to plan a bigger event such as a church day of prayer, there are guides for that too

Click here to find the resources that best meet your needs.

Another excellent tool helps you to make short videos to advertise your church prayer events on social media or to show in church. You can choose the style of the video and add all the information you want to, and once it’s all done, you’ll be sent a link to your own video. Click here to find the video builder.

You can also follow Thy Kingdom Come on Facebook and stay up to date with videos, stories and photos which would be really easy to share with your church community.

TKC Messy Church

Does your church run a Messy Church or do you think you’d like to? We can help!

As Thy Kingdom Come falls in the half term school holiday, there is an excellent opportunity to invite your local families to a ‘Messy Church Pop Up’ event.We have a range of simple to use activities and plans that will help you to host your own messy event, whether you are a seasoned Messy Church champion, or it’s completely new!We can help you design a plan to invite families from your local schools to get involved too! You could use the plans as part of your normal Messy Church pattern, or you might like to use them for a special one-off event.

If you would like to know how the PMS Team can help you get started, email Mike Down at