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Thy Kingdom Come

Thy Kingdom Come

Thy Kingdom Come Service.

The Archbishops of Canterbury and York are inviting every church in England to join a week of prayer this Pentecost, from 8-15 May. The week of prayer will culminate in ‘Beacon Events’ around the country over Pentecost weekend, where people will pray for the renewal of the Holy Spirit and the confidence to share their faith.

The Canterbury Cathedral service will be filmed and live streamed via Facebook (on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Facebook page). Archbishop Justin will send a message via live video link to other Beacon Events taking place at the same time as the Canterbury event.

Whilst the majority of the footage will be of the people leading the service, worship band etc. there is a chance that some of the congregation will be filmed (mainly the backs of their head). Therefore, if you do not want to be filmed, there will be an area provided where you can seat and not be filmed, please just let a steward know when you arrive.

For those who already have tickets you will need to be seated by 18:45 doors will be open from 18:20 and there is no reserved seating

This event has proven to be incredibly popular, if you or anyone in your party is unable to attend, could you please inform The Archbishops’ Evangelism Task Group Project Leader, Emma Buchan, .

For full details of this and other beacon events please visit the .


Beacon Events from Thy kingdom come on Vimeo.

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