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Thy Kingdom Come: 10 - 20 May

‘I cannot remember in my life anything that I’ve been involved in where I have sensed so clearly the work of the Spirit.’ (Archbishop Justin Welby)

Thy Kingdom Come is a global wave of prayer from 10 May (Ascension Day) – 20 May (Day of Pentecost). It’s now in its third year and has spread to many denominations across the world! This year it also co-incides with Christian Aid Week!

Over this period we are offering various opportunities to pray in church either in silence or with other people. You are really welcome to come along. We also have Thy Kingdom Come Prayer Journals available in church and would love to give you one for your own personal prayers.

Thursday 10 May – Ascension Day

9.30 am Holy Communion (BCP) at St Paul’s

8 pm Holy Communion (modern words) at St Mary’s, followed by silent prayer and Night Prayer from 9.15 – 9.30 pm (stay for as long as you wish)

Friday 11 May

8.45 – 9.30 pm Silence followed by Night Prayer (Compline) at 9.15 pm at St Mary’s

Saturday 12 May

8 – 9 am Prayer Walk starting at St Mary’s

Sunday 13 May

All our normal morning services will focus on Thy Kingdom Come prayer

6.30 pm CTiE Thy Kingdom Come launch at Eastleigh Baptist Church, Wells Place – with Nam Jin Moon from UK South Korean Prayer Mission Teams

Monday 14 – Thursday 17 May

7 – 8 am Silence followed by Morning Prayer at 7.30 am at St Mary’s

Tuesday 15 May

9.30 – 10 am Prayer time at Bishopstoke Methodist Church

9 – 9.30 pm Do your Christian Aid collection this evening (perhaps), and then come for silent prayer followed by Night Prayer (Compline) at 9.15 pm at St Mary’s

Thursday 17 May

9.30 am Holy Communion (BCP) at St Paul’s

Friday 18 May

7.30 – 9.30 pm United Intercessions at St Andrew’s Methodist Church, Blenheim Road, Eastleigh

Sunday 20 May – Day of Pentecost

9.30 am Holy Communion (said service) at St Mary’s

10.45 am United Church Together at St Mary’s followed by bring-and-share lunch

6.30 pm CTiE Pentecost Praise at All Saints, Desborough Road, Eastleigh – with Jim Currin, Mission Director for Churches Together in England

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