Thy Kingdom Come resources

Methodist resources

I hear you differently!

A prayer guide written by the Revd Dr Barbara C Glasson, President-Designate of the 2019/2020 Methodist Conference and Team Leader at Touchstone, part of the Yorkshire West Methodist District dedicated to interfaith work. Photographs by David Glasson.

Copies of I Hear You Differently! are being distributed to Districts, and so – before placing your order – please check first with your District Thy Kingdom Come Champion for copies. If you are unaware of your District Champions, please email

Download a Pdf of I hear you differently!



Methodist Service Resource (2019)

Written by the Revd Hilary Cooke.

Download a Pdf of the Methodist Service Resource





Methodist Resources for Prayer and Worship (2018)

Resources and prayers for Methodist churches including a suggested order of worship for a Thy Kingdom Come service. Written and compiled by Methodist Presbyter the Revd Catherine Dixon. The A5 booklet also uses prayers from the Methodist Prayer Handbook.

Download a Pdf of the Methodist Resources for Prayer and Worship 





General resources

The latest family resource from Thy Kingdom Come will be distributed free to children attending Methodist schools.

The Family Adventure Prayer map will be given to 330,000 children in years 4, 5 and 6 attending Methodist and Church of England schools.

It’s designed to be used during the eleven days of Thy Kingdom Come – the global movement of prayer between Ascension and Pentecost. This year the dates will be 30th May to 9th June.

The Family Prayer Adventure Map (with stickers) is a fun packed resource and there’s an accompanying Family Prayer Adventure Journal for deeper reflection.

Both resources are available to order at:

They can also be downloaded here.

There is a huge range of Thy Kingdom Come resources for individuals, families and churches wishing to engage with the initiative. These include materials to download on:

  • Prayer
  • Liturgical resources
  • Novena booklets
  • Packs to helping families pray together
  • Details of prayer events, and tips on organising local events



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