Thy Kingdom Come

The third ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ season of prayer falls between Ascension Day (Thursday 10 May 2018) and Pentecost (Sunday 20 May 2018). During the novena, churches and Christian communities around the Black Country – as well as around the nation and the world – will be gathering to pray that their friends, families and neighbours come to know God through his Son Jesus Christ. Prayer events of all shapes and sizes will take place across the 11 days, including 24/7 prayer rooms, prayer days, prayer walks and half nights of prayer. Cathedrals, churches and other venues will host Beacon Events, gathering people across towns and cities to worship and to pray for the empowering of the Holy Spirit for effective witness. More information about ‘Thy Kingdom Come,’ including a specially-written song and the story of how Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby came to faith in Christ, can be accessed here.

Praying for Dudley (20 May 2018)

In/near the Black Country, larger prayer gatherings include: 

+ Prayer at Lichfield Cathedral at 7.30pm on Thursday 10 May

+ Prayer at St Peter, Kinver, at 11.00am on Friday 11 May

+ ‘Ablaze’ prayer meeting in Wolverhampton at 7.00pm on Friday 11 May 

+ ‘Elevate’ prayer meeting in Sedgley at 8.00pm on Wednesday 16 May

+ Prayer at Dudley Priory at 2.30pm on Sunday 20 May

+ Prayer at St Matthew, Walsall, at 6.30pm on Sunday 20 May