Thy Kingdom Come
Each year, our Movement has taken part in Thy Kingdom Come. This is a global move of prayer, led by the Archbishop of Canterbury, to pray for God's Kingdom to come - and in particular for each of us to pray that God’s Spirit might work in the lives of 5 friends who have not responded to Jesus' invitation to follow him.
Thy Kingdom Come takes place between Ascension and Pentecost. This year we invite everyone to join in an office of daily prayer during this time and to participate in a time of dedicated prayer over Pentecost weekend. This might be in your own home, as part of your parish or over Zoom.
We will have heaps of resources available to help equip you over this time including:
Keep an eye out for further information and a dedicated resource page coming out soon. In the meantime, have a think about how you, your household, your friends, and your parish could take part.
Volunteering at the Anglican Centre
Our Anglican Centre acts as "basecamp" for all our people throughout the Diocese as they embark on Kingdom adventures of every kind.
We are looking for volunteers who would enjoy hosting people and making them feel welcome at the centre, answering phones, writing stories and prayer resources and helping with or after events. Volunteering with us means joining a family of committed people dedicated to providing warm hospitality and support to our diocesan family, and all who visit. We would love to hear from anyone for whom giving in this way would bring them joy. For more information, check out the Volunteer page on Movement Online or contact Ella Brown, email@example.com / 04 472 1057.