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Thy Kingdom Come: Eleven days of prayer begin today

Thy Kingdom Come: Eleven days of prayer begin today

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s words launch 11 days of prayer for Thy Kingdom, a project of the Anglican Communion and the Society of St. John the Evangelist, beginning today at the Ascension and ending on Pentecost.

“Prayer alters the chemistry of the moment, changes the equation of history and life,” says Curry, “sometimes in ways that we can see – sometimes in ways that we can’t.”

 

Thy Kingdom Come’s online presence here includes resources, pledge to pray and a downloadable prayer journal. Use #ThyKingdomCome and daily prayer theme hashtags to pray on social media. Some moments from the morning’s Twitter feed:

 

#ToJesus – The Most Reverend Michael Curry – 25 May 2017 from Thy Kingdom Come on Vimeo.

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