Pentecost

Thy Kingdom come

Thy Kingdom Come | Thy Kingdom Come

 

 

 

Thy Kingdom Come, the global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray for more people to come to know Jesus, takes place this year between 13 and 23 May.

Along with the popular Prayer Journal and Novena, they also have some exciting new resources, including a Prayer Escape Room designed for young people, resources created in collaboration with the Cheeky Pandas, an updated Prayer Adventure Map, and much more!

The cheeky pandas – Thy kingdom come:

Cheeky Pandas | Thy Kingdom Come

 

To launch the first exclusive viewing of the Cheeky Pandas (which has a baking theme & featuring Bear Grylls) on Thy Kingdom Come’s platforms on 11th April ( Facebook & YouTube ), we are hosting the ‘Cheeky Pandas Bake Off competition!’

We are calling all young bakers and decorators (And all those young at heart!) to show us their skills – either by baking & decorating a cake or designing a cake (using any creative art form!).

All submissions will be judged and entered into a prize draw to win one of five special prizes. We have a super special guest judge who will decide the winners, which will be announced on 18th April on our Facebook page.

Visit here for more details. 

Five knot Prayer Bracelet

An easy ways to pray for five people regularly.  Take a piece of string or cord, and tie five knots in it to represent each of the five people you have committed to pray for.  You could carry the knotted string in your pocket, tie it round your wrist or place it somewhere that you’ll see it regularly. Use the knots to remind you to pray for each person on your list of five.

 

Here are some resources to help us to do that:

The diocese have created the Dove of Peace to allow us to share Pentecost with each other.

https://www.rochester.anglican.org/under18s/ministryhome/#Pentecost

Dove of Peace Template

I have uploaded a copy of the Dove of Peace for you to colour and display…don’t forgot to send pictures to the Diocese communications office.

Also available:

An easy ways to pray for five people regularly.  Take a piece of string or cord, and tie five knots in it to represent each of the five people you have committed to pray for.  You could carry the knotted string in your pocket, tie it round your wrist or place it somewhere that you’ll see it regularly. Use the knots to remind you to pray for each person on your list of five.
 
Why not create a prayer space in your own home?! Here are some brilliant prayer activities that have been created for families to use at home by our friends Prayer Spaces in Schools.