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Thy Kingdom Come, which is taking place from 13-23 May, is an ecumenical prayer movement for evangelisation, uniting Christians in nearly 90% of countries worldwide from the Ascension to Pentecost.

Now in its sixth year, Thy Kingdom Come has grown from an initial call to prayer from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York to the Anglican Communion, to a worldwide ecumenical prayer movement uniting over a million Christians from across 85 different denominations and traditions.

'Praying for Five'

Thy Kingdom Come encourages every Christian to pray for five individuals so that they would know God's love for them in Christ. Each day at MIDDAY we'll be posting a reminder and a prayer focus on our Facebook page for you to offer for your five friends.

Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell, says 'Thy Kingdom Come is about prayer: praying for those on our hearts, praying for those who don't know Jesus — to find him, praying for our church as we seek to be simpler, humbler and bolder.'

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