Thy Kingdom Come

Join the global wave of prayer 30th May - 9th June 2019

The Archbishop shared this wonderful testimony of his experience of Thy Kingdom Come:

The aim of Thy Kingdom Come is simple and threefold:

  1. To commit to praying with God’s world-wide family
  2. To hold prayer events of different kinds and in different places
  3. To pray for the empowering of God the Holy Spirit, finding new confidence to be effective witnesses to God the Son, Jesus Christ.

The Church of England has made a special daily prayer resource to help you pray through those 11 days.

Find out more at:

My sincere hope is that our Thy Kingdom Come prayers will inspire us further to seek God’s Kingdom of justice, mercy, and peace, in our communities here and throughout God’s world. I pray that many in this Diocese may be given fresh boldness to share Christ with friends and neighbours.

Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu


There is a  fantastic range of resources for children, young people, adults and families, schools, churches and small groups available from the Thy Kingdom Come website.